5 letter words starting with e

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  • EAGER
  • EAGLE
  • EAGLY
  • EAGRE
  • EALED
  • EALES
  • EANED
  • EARDS
  • EARED
  • EARLS
  • EARLY
  • EARNS
  • EARNT
  • EARST
  • EARTH
  • EASED
  • EASEL
  • EASER
  • EASES
  • EASLE
  • EASTS
  • EATEN
  • EATER
  • EATHE
  • EATIN
  • EAVED
  • EAVER
  • EAVES
  • EBANK
  • EBBED
  • EBBET
  • EBENA
  • EBENE
  • EBIKE
  • EBONS
  • EBONY
  • EBOOK
  • ECADS
  • ECARD
  • ECASH
  • ECHED
  • ECHES
  • ECHOS
  • ECIGS
  • ECLAT
  • ECOLE
  • ECRUS
  • EDEMA
  • EDGED
  • EDGER
  • EDGES
  • EDICT
  • EDIFY
  • EDILE
  • EDITS
  • EDUCE
  • EDUCT
  • EEJIT
  • EENSY
  • EERIE
  • EEVEN
  • EEVER
  • EEVNS
  • EFFED
  • EFFER
  • EFITS
  • EGADS
  • EGERS
  • EGEST
  • EGGAR
  • EGGED
  • EGGER
  • EGMAS
  • EGRET
  • EHING
  • EIDER
  • EIDOS
  • EIGHT
  • EIGNE
  • EIKED
  • EIKON
  • EILDS
  • EIRON
  • EISEL
  • EJECT
  • EJIDO
  • EKDAM
  • EKING
  • EKKAS
  • ELAIN
  • ELAND
  • ELANS
  • ELATE
  • ELBOW
  • ELCHI
  • ELDER
  • ELDIN
  • ELECT
  • ELEET
  • ELEGY
  • ELEMI
  • ELFED
  • ELFIN
  • ELIAD
  • ELIDE
  • ELINT
  • ELITE
  • ELMEN
  • ELOGE
  • ELOGY
  • ELOIN
  • ELOPE
  • ELOPS
  • ELPEE
  • ELSIN
  • ELUDE
  • ELUTE
  • ELVAN
  • ELVEN
  • ELVER
  • ELVES
  • EMACS
  • EMAIL
  • EMBAR
  • EMBAY
  • EMBED
  • EMBER
  • EMBOG
  • EMBOW
  • EMBOX
  • EMBUS
  • EMCEE
  • EMEER
  • EMEND
  • EMERG
  • EMERY
  • EMEUS
  • EMICS
  • EMIRS
  • EMITS
  • EMMAS
  • EMMER
  • EMMET
  • EMMEW
  • EMMYS
  • EMOJI
  • EMONG
  • EMOTE
  • EMOVE
  • EMPTS
  • EMPTY
  • EMULE
  • EMURE
  • EMYDE
  • EMYDS
  • ENACT
  • ENARM
  • ENATE
  • ENDED
  • ENDER
  • ENDEW
  • ENDOW
  • ENDUE
  • ENEMA
  • ENEMY
  • ENEWS
  • ENFIX
  • ENIAC
  • ENJOY
  • ENLIT
  • ENMEW
  • ENNOG
  • ENNUI
  • ENOKI
  • ENOLS
  • ENORM
  • ENOWS
  • ENROL
  • ENSEW
  • ENSKY
  • ENSUE
  • ENTER
  • ENTIA
  • ENTRE
  • ENTRY
  • ENURE
  • ENURN
  • ENVOI
  • ENVOY
  • ENZYM
  • EOLID
  • EORLS
  • EOSIN
  • EPACT
  • EPEES
  • EPENA
  • EPENE
  • EPHAH
  • EPHAS
  • EPHOD
  • EPHOR
  • EPICS
  • EPOCH
  • EPODE
  • EPOPT
  • EPOXY
  • EPPIE
  • EPRIS
  • EQUAL
  • EQUES
  • EQUID
  • EQUIP
  • ERASE
  • ERBIA
  • ERECT
  • EREVS
  • ERGON
  • ERGOS
  • ERGOT
  • ERHUS
  • ERICA
  • ERICK
  • ERICS
  • ERING
  • ERNED
  • ERNES
  • ERODE
  • EROSE
  • ERRED
  • ERROR
  • ERSES
  • ERUCT
  • ERUGO
  • ERUPT
  • ERUVS
  • ERVEN
  • ERVIL
  • ESCAR
  • ESCOT
  • ESILE
  • ESKAR
  • ESKER
  • ESNES
  • ESROG
  • ESSAY
  • ESSES
  • ESTER
  • ESTOC
  • ESTOP
  • ESTRO
  • ETAGE
  • ETAPE
  • ETATS
  • ETENS
  • ETHAL
  • ETHER
  • ETHIC
  • ETHNE
  • ETHOS
  • ETHYL
  • ETICS
  • ETNAS
  • ETROG
  • ETTIN
  • ETTLE
  • ETUDE
  • ETUIS
  • ETWEE
  • ETYMA
  • EUGHS
  • EUKED
  • EUPAD
  • EUROS
  • EUSOL
  • EVADE
  • EVEGS
  • EVENS
  • EVENT
  • EVERT
  • EVERY
  • EVETS
  • EVHOE
  • EVICT
  • EVILS
  • EVITE
  • EVOHE
  • EVOKE
  • EWERS
  • EWEST
  • EWHOW
  • EWKED
  • EXACT
  • EXALT
  • EXAMS
  • EXCEL
  • EXEAT
  • EXECS
  • EXEEM
  • EXEME
  • EXERT
  • EXFIL
  • EXIER
  • EXIES
  • EXILE
  • EXINE
  • EXING
  • EXIST
  • EXITE
  • EXITS
  • EXODE
  • EXOME
  • EXONS
  • EXPAT
  • EXPEL
  • EXPOS
  • EXTOL
  • EXTRA
  • EXUDE
  • EXULS
  • EXULT
  • EXURB
  • EYASS
  • EYERS
  • EYING
  • EYOTS
  • EYRAS
  • EYRES
  • EYRIE
  • EYRIR
  • EZINE

Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:


Definition of epact

epact (noun)

  1. The time (number of days) by which a solar year exceeds twelve lunar months; it is used in the calculation of the date of Easter

Definition of essay

essay (noun)

  1. (authorship) A written composition of moderate length, exploring a particular issue or subject.
  2. A test, experiment; an assay.
  3. An attempt.
  4. A proposed design for a postage stamp or a banknote.

essay (verb)

  1. To try.
  2. To move forth, as into battle.

Definition of exeat

exeat (noun)

  1. A license or permit for absence from a college or a religious house (such as a monastery).
  2. A permission which a bishop grants to a priest to go out of his diocese.

Definition of exert

exert (verb)

  1. To put in vigorous action.
  2. To make use of, to apply, especially of something non-material.