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ENCOMIAST
ENCOMIAST, n. A special (but not particular) kind of liar.
END
END, n. The position farthest removed on either hand from the Interlocutor. The man was perishing apace Who played the tambourine; The seal of death was on his face — More…
ENOUGH
ENOUGH, pro. All there is in the world if you like it. Enough is as good as a feast — for that matter Enougher's as good as a feast for the platter. More…
ENTERTAINMENT
ENTERTAINMENT, n. Any kind of amusement whose inroads stop short of death by injection.
ENTHUSIASM
ENTHUSIASM, n. A distemper of youth, curable by small doses of repentance in connection with outward applications of experience. Byron, who recovered long enough to call it More…
ENVELOPE
ENVELOPE, n. The coffin of a document; the scabbard of a bill; the husk of a remittance; the bed-gown of a love-letter.
ENVY
ENVY, n. Emulation adapted to the meanest capacity.
The Devil's dictionary from 1911 University Dictionaries
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