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Meanings of Enantiomorph:

noun

Each of two crystalline or other geometrical forms which are mirror images of each other.

Usage examples:

Two asymmetrical trails that mirror each other could be called enantiomorphic after those two commo…

Meanings of Enargite:

noun

A dark grey mineral consisting of a sulphide of copper and arsenic.

Usage examples:

Other possible occurrences include porphyry copper deposits that contain enargite at depth, such as…

Enarthroses

ˌɛnɑːˈθrəʊsɪs

Meanings of Enarthroses:

noun

A ball-and-socket joint.

Usage examples:

The hip is an enarthrosis (ie, ball and socket) joint.

Meanings of Enarthrosis:

noun

A ball-and-socket joint.

Usage examples:

The hip is an enarthrosis (ie, ball and socket) joint.

Enation

ɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Enation:

noun

An outgrowth from the surface of a leaf or other part of a plant.

Usage examples:

Pea enation virus

Enations

ɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Enations:

noun

An outgrowth from the surface of a leaf or other part of a plant.

Usage examples:

Pea enation virus

Meanings of Enc:

abbreviation

Enclosed.

Written abbreviation for enclosed or enclosure: used in a business letter to say that one or more documents are included with the letter

Usage examples:

Enc. insurance certificate (2 copies)

Encaenia

ɛnˈsiːnɪə

Meanings of Encaenia:

noun

An annual celebration at oxford university in memory of founders and benefactors.

Usage examples:

The university has announced that the majority of the degrees will be issued on 22 june, at the uni…

Encage

ɪnˈkeɪdʒ

Meanings of Encage:

verb

Confine in or as in a cage.

Usage examples:

Two little canary birds were encaged in her window

Encaged

ɪnˈkeɪdʒ

Meanings of Encaged:

verb

Confine in or as in a cage.

Usage examples:

Two little canary birds were encaged in her window

Encages

ɪnˈkeɪdʒ

Meanings of Encages:

verb

Confine in or as in a cage.

Usage examples:

Two little canary birds were encaged in her window

Encaging

ɪnˈkeɪdʒ

Meanings of Encaging:

verb

Confine in or as in a cage.

Usage examples:

Two little canary birds were encaged in her window

Encamp

ɪnˈkæmp

Meanings of Encamp:

verb

Settle in or establish a camp.

Usage examples:

We encamped for the night by a river

Meanings of Encamped:

verb

Settle in or establish a camp.

Usage examples:

We encamped for the night by a river

Encamping

ɪnˈkæmp

Meanings of Encamping:

verb

Settle in or establish a camp.

Usage examples:

We encamped for the night by a river

Encampment

ɪnˈkæmp.mənt

Meanings of Encampment:

noun

A place with temporary accommodation consisting of huts or tents, typically for troops or nomads.

Usage examples:

A bedouin encampment

Meanings of Encampments:

noun

A place with temporary accommodation consisting of huts or tents, typically for troops or nomads.

Usage examples:

A bedouin encampment

Encamps

ɪnˈkæmp

Meanings of Encamps:

verb

Settle in or establish a camp.

Usage examples:

We encamped for the night by a river

Encapsulate

ɪnˈkæp.sjə.leɪt

Meanings of Encapsulate:

verb

Express the essential features of (something) succinctly.

Usage examples:

The conclusion is encapsulated in one sentence

Encapsulated

ɪnˈkæp.sjə.leɪt

Meanings of Encapsulated:

verb

Express the essential features of (something) succinctly.

Usage examples:

The conclusion is encapsulated in one sentence

Meanings of Encapsulates:

verb

Express the essential features of (something) succinctly.

Usage examples:

The conclusion is encapsulated in one sentence

Encapsulating

ɪnˈkapsjʊleɪt

Meanings of Encapsulating:

verb

Express the essential features of (something) succinctly.

Usage examples:

The conclusion is encapsulated in one sentence

Encapsulation

ɪnˌkæp.sjəˈleɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Encapsulation:

noun

The action of enclosing something in or as if in a capsule.

Usage examples:

Encapsulation of contaminants within a solid glasslike matrix

Encapsulations

ɪnˌkæp.sjəˈleɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Encapsulations:

noun

The action of enclosing something in or as if in a capsule.

Usage examples:

Encapsulation of contaminants within a solid glasslike matrix

Encase

ɪnˈkeɪs

Meanings of Encase:

verb

Enclose or cover in a case or close-fitting surround.

Usage examples:

Each was encased in a plastic shrink-wrap

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