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Egalitarian

ɪˌɡæl.ɪˈteə.ri.ən

Meanings of Egalitarian:

adjective

Believing in or based on the principle that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities.

Usage examples:

A fairer, more egalitarian society
noun

A person who advocates or supports the principle of equality for all people.

Usage examples:

He was a social and political egalitarian

Egalitarianism

ɪˌɡæl.ɪˈteə.ri.ən.ɪ.zəm

Meanings of Egalitarianism:

noun

The doctrine that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities.

Usage examples:

The concept of egalitarianism was expressed in housing through uniformity, regardless of individual…

Egalitarians

ɪˌɡæl.ɪˈteə.ri.ən

Meanings of Egalitarians:

noun

A person who advocates or supports the principle of equality for all people.

Usage examples:

He was a social and political egalitarian
adjective

Believing in or based on the principle that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities.

Usage examples:

A fairer, more egalitarian society

Meanings of Egbert:

proper noun

(died 839), king of wessex 802–39. in 825 he won a decisive victory that temporarily brought mercian supremacy to an end and foreshadowed the supremacy that wessex later secured over all england.

Meanings of Eger:

proper noun

A spa town in the north of hungary, noted for the ‘bull's blood’ red wine produced in the surrounding region; population 56,429 (2009).

Meanings of Egest:

verb

(of a cell or organism) excrete (waste matter).

Usage examples:

Animals that feed near the surface will egest material at depth

Egesta

ɪˈdʒɛstə

Meanings of Egesta:

plural noun

Waste matter discharged from the body, especially faeces and urine.

Usage examples:

His egesta were often tinged with blood

Egested

ɪˈdʒɛst

Meanings of Egested:

verb

(of a cell or organism) excrete (waste matter).

Usage examples:

Animals that feed near the surface will egest material at depth

Meanings of Egesting:

verb

(of a cell or organism) excrete (waste matter).

Usage examples:

Animals that feed near the surface will egest material at depth

Meanings of Egestion:

noun

The process of removing undigested waste material from the body by excretion

Egestions

ɪˈdʒes.tʃən

Meanings of Egestions:

noun

The process of removing undigested waste material from the body by excretion

Egests

ɪˈdʒɛst

Meanings of Egests:

verb

(of a cell or organism) excrete (waste matter).

Usage examples:

Animals that feed near the surface will egest material at depth

Meanings of Egg-on:

phrasal verb

Urge on; cause to act

Meanings of Egg-timer:

noun

A sandglass that runs for three minutes

Eggar

ˈɛɡə

Meanings of Eggar:

noun

A large brownish moth which is often active during the day.

Usage examples:

I'm fairly sure this is the caterpillar of an oak eggar moth, but i would welcome being corrected.

Eggars

ˈɛɡə

Meanings of Eggars:

noun

A large brownish moth which is often active during the day.

Usage examples:

I'm fairly sure this is the caterpillar of an oak eggar moth, but i would welcome being corrected.

Meanings of Eggbeater:

noun

A kitchen utensil used for beating ingredients such as eggs or cream.

Meanings of Eggbeaters:

noun

A kitchen utensil used for beating ingredients such as eggs or cream.

Meanings of Eggcup:

noun

A small cup for holding a boiled egg upright while it is being eaten.

Meanings of Eggcups:

noun

A small cup for holding a boiled egg upright while it is being eaten.

Egged

ˌəʊ.vərˈeɡ

Meanings of Egged:

verb

Encourage someone to do something foolish or risky.

Usage examples:

He liked to boast and she would egg him on shamelessly
noun

An oval or round object laid by a female bird, reptile, fish, or invertebrate, usually containing a developing embryo. the eggs of birds are enclosed in a chalky shell, while those of reptiles are in a leathery membrane.

Usage examples:

When most birds incubate eggs, the females often produce high levels of prolactin, a hormone involv…

Egger

ˈɛɡə

Meanings of Egger:

noun

A collector of birds' eggs.

Usage examples:

The rspb maintains that eggers still pose a threat to wild birds

Meanings of Eggers:

noun

A collector of birds' eggs.

Usage examples:

The rspb maintains that eggers still pose a threat to wild birds

Meanings of Egghead:

noun

A highly academic or studious person; an intellectual.

Usage examples:

The tv egghead who brought science to the masses

Meanings of Eggheads:

noun

A highly academic or studious person; an intellectual.

Usage examples:

The tv egghead who brought science to the masses

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