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Meanings of Ecstasies:

noun

An overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitement.

Usage examples:

There was a look of ecstasy on his face

Ecstasize

ˈɛkstəsʌɪz

Meanings of Ecstasize:

verb

Go into ecstasies.

Meanings of Ecstasy:

noun

An overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitement.

Usage examples:

There was a look of ecstasy on his face

Ecstatic

ɪkˈstæt.ɪk

Meanings of Ecstatic:

adjective

Feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement.

Usage examples:

Ecstatic fans filled the stadium
noun

A person subject to mystical experiences.

Usage examples:

Intransigent towards ecstatics, sarcastic towards catholics, intractable towards heretics, calvinis…

Ecstatically

ɪkˈstæt.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Ecstatically:

adverb

In an extremely happy way

Usage examples:

Enormous crowds greeted him ecstatically., she is ecstatically in love.

Ecstatics

ɪkˈstatɪk

Meanings of Ecstatics:

noun

A person subject to mystical experiences.

Usage examples:

Intransigent towards ecstatics, sarcastic towards catholics, intractable towards heretics, calvinis…
adjective

Feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement.

Usage examples:

Ecstatic fans filled the stadium

Ectoderms

ˈɛktə(ʊ)dəːm

Meanings of Ectoderms:

noun

The outermost layer of cells or tissue of an embryo in early development, or the parts derived from this, which include the epidermis, nerve tissue, and nephridia.

Usage examples:

The presumptive neural tube tissues consist of a layer of ectoderm along the dorsal midline of the …

Ectogenesis

ˌɛktə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs

Meanings of Ectogenesis:

noun

(chiefly in science fiction) the development of embryos in artificial conditions outside the uterus.

Usage examples:

And yet, the prospect of ectogenesis raises questions of more immediate significance, and thinking …

Ectomorph

ˈek.tə.mɔːf

Meanings of Ectomorph:

noun

A person with a lean and delicate build of body.

Usage examples:

If you are now starting a fitness programme, it is a good idea for you to know what is your body ty…

Ectoparasite

ˌɛktəʊˈparəsʌɪt

Meanings of Ectoparasite:

noun

A parasite, such as a flea, that lives on the outside of its host.

Usage examples:

Several ectoparasite species often infect the same nest, and host responses against one parasite co…

Meanings of Ectopia:

noun

A situation in which an organ or body part is in the wrong position, either from birth or because of an injury

Usage examples:

Thyroid ectopia is a frequent cause of congenital hypothyroidism

Ectopias

ekˈtəʊ.pi.ə

Meanings of Ectopias:

noun

A situation in which an organ or body part is in the wrong position, either from birth or because of an injury

Usage examples:

Thyroid ectopia is a frequent cause of congenital hypothyroidism

Meanings of Ectopic:

adjective

In an abnormal place or position.

Usage examples:

A second class of mutant displays sensory organs in wholly ectopic positions, although these are al…
noun

An ectopic pregnancy.

Usage examples:

However, when accidental pregnancy does occur, there is an increased proportion of ectopics, highes…

Ectoplasm

ˈek.tə.plæz.əm

Meanings of Ectoplasm:

noun

The more viscous, clear outer layer of the cytoplasm in amoeboid cells.

Usage examples:

Like other radiolarians, the cytoplasm of polycystinea is divided into ectoplasm and endoplasm by a…

Meanings of Ectoprocta:

noun

Another term for bryozoa.

Meanings of Ectoproctous:

adjective

Of or relating to the bryozoan group ectoprocta; = "ectoproct".

Ectotherm

ˈɛktəʊθəːm

Meanings of Ectotherm:

noun

An animal that is dependent on external sources of body heat.

Usage examples:

The papers cover a substantial range of physiological systems and numerous types of organisms, incl…

Ectropion

ɛkˈtrəʊpɪən

Meanings of Ectropion:

noun

A condition, typically a consequence of advanced age, in which the eyelid is turned outwards away from the eyeball.

Usage examples:

This results in tears pooling in the cul-de-sac produced by the lower lid ectropion and resultant e…

Ecu

ˈɛkjuː

Meanings of Ecu:

noun

Former term for euro1.

Ecuador

ˈek.wə.dɔːr

Meanings of Ecuador:

proper noun

An equatorial republic in south america, on the pacific coast; population 16,100,000 (estimated 2015); languages, spanish (official), quechua; capital, quito.

noun

A country in south america

Ecuadorian

ˌek.wəˈdɔː.ri.ən

Meanings of Ecuadorian:

adjective

Relating to ecuador or its people.

Usage examples:

The ecuadorian government
noun

A native or inhabitant of ecuador.

Usage examples:

The ecuadorians raced to victory, taking five out of the last six games

Meanings of Ecumene:

noun

The inhabited or civilized world, specifically that known to the ancient greeks. also (in extended use): the inhabited or developed world (or part of it) as known to or embraced by a later civilization.

Meanings of Ecumenical:

adjective

Representing a number of different christian churches.

Usage examples:

He was a member of ecumenical committees

Ecumenically

ˌek.juˈmen.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Ecumenically:

adverb

In a way that encourages the different christian churches to unite

Usage examples:

Thinking and behaving ecumenically is always a challenge., the charity works ecumenically both at h…

Ecumenicism

ˌek.juˈmen.ɪ.sɪ.zəm

Meanings of Ecumenicism:

noun

The belief that different christian churches should unite

Usage examples:

My hope is that the challenge of ecumenicism will continue to be the priority of all christian chur…

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