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Meanings of Eradication:

noun

The complete destruction of something.

Usage examples:

The eradication of poverty

Meanings of Eradications:

noun

The complete destruction of something.

Usage examples:

The eradication of poverty

Meanings of Eragrostis:

noun

Any of numerous grasses found in temperate climates worldwide constituting the genus agrostis, which includes some important turf and forage grasses, as creeping bent grass, a. stolonifera, and common bent grass, a. capillaris.

Eras

ˈɪərə

Meanings of Eras:

noun

A long and distinct period of history.

Usage examples:

His death marked the end of an era

Erasable

ɪˈreɪ.zə.bəl

Meanings of Erasable:

adjective

(of a mark, word, message, etc.) possible to remove from a surface, a text, a disk, a tape, etc.

Usage examples:

The school specifies that students should use black or blue erasable pens., erasable data, the game…

Erase

ɪˈreɪz

Meanings of Erase:

verb

Rub out or remove (writing or marks).

Usage examples:

Graffiti had been erased from the wall

Erased

ɪˈreɪz

Meanings of Erased:

adjective

(of a head or limb) depicted as cut off in a jagged line.

Usage examples:

A stag's head erased
verb

Rub out or remove (writing or marks).

Usage examples:

Graffiti had been erased from the wall

Erasement

ɪˈreɪzmənt

Meanings of Erasement:

noun

The removal of all traces of something; obliteration.

Usage examples:

The erasement of every record

Eraser

ɪˈreɪ.zər

Meanings of Eraser:

noun

A piece of soft rubber or plastic used to rub out something written.

Usage examples:

Pencils, erasers, small plastic figurines, and other nonedible items make good trick-or-treat prizes.

Erases

ɪˈreɪz

Meanings of Erases:

verb

Rub out or remove (writing or marks).

Usage examples:

Graffiti had been erased from the wall

Erasing

ɪˈreɪz

Meanings of Erasing:

verb

Rub out or remove (writing or marks).

Usage examples:

Graffiti had been erased from the wall

Meanings of Erastian:

noun

A supporter of the doctrine that the state should have supremacy over the church in ecclesiastical matters (wrongly attributed to erastus)

Usage examples:

He was an erastian who believed in parliamentary control of the church
adjective

Relating to or supporting the doctrine that the state should have supremacy over the church in ecclesiastical matters.

Usage examples:

An erastian view of ecclesiastical authority

Erastianism

ɪˈrastɪəˌnɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Erastianism:

noun

The doctrine that the state should have supremacy over the church in ecclesiastical matters (wrongly attributed to erastus).

Usage examples:

Maurice did not regard himself as broad church, and his socialism seems at odds with arnold's erast…

Meanings of Erastus:

proper noun

(1524–83), swiss theologian and physician; swiss name thomas lieber; also liebler or lüber. professor of medicine at heidelberg from 1558, he opposed the imposition of a calvinistic system of church government in the city. the doctrine of erastianism was later wrongly attributed to him.

Meanings of Erasure:

noun

The removal of writing, recorded material, or data.

Usage examples:

The judges recorded their diving scores on cardboard "with a lot of erasure," she said.

Meanings of Erasures:

noun

The removal of writing, recorded material, or data.

Usage examples:

The judges recorded their diving scores on cardboard "with a lot of erasure," she said.

Meanings of Erato:

proper noun

The muse of lyric poetry and hymns.

Meanings of Ere:

conjunction

Before in time.

Usage examples:

I was driven for some half mile ere we stopped
preposition

Before (a specified time).

Usage examples:

We hope you will return ere long

Meanings of Erebus:

proper noun

The primeval god of darkness, son of chaos.

Meanings of Erechtheum:

proper noun

A marble temple of the ionic order built on the acropolis in athens c.421–406 bc, with shrines to athene, poseidon, and erechtheus, a legendary king of athens.

Erect

ɪˈrekt

Meanings of Erect:

adjective

Rigidly upright or straight.

Usage examples:

She stood erect with her arms by her sides
verb

Put together and set upright (a building, wall, or other structure).

Usage examples:

The guest house was erected in the eighteenth century

Erected

ɪˈrɛkt

Meanings of Erected:

verb

Put together and set upright (a building, wall, or other structure).

Usage examples:

The guest house was erected in the eighteenth century
adjective

Rigidly upright or straight.

Usage examples:

She stood erect with her arms by her sides

Erectile

ɪˈrek.taɪl

Meanings of Erectile:

adjective

Able to become erect.

Usage examples:

Erectile spines

Meanings of Erecting:

verb

Put together and set upright (a building, wall, or other structure).

Usage examples:

The guest house was erected in the eighteenth century
adjective

Rigidly upright or straight.

Usage examples:

She stood erect with her arms by her sides

Meanings of Erections:

noun

The action of erecting a structure or object.

Usage examples:

Fees will be levied for the erection of monuments

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