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Extinguishment

ɪkˈstɪŋ.ɡwɪʃ.mənt

Meanings of Extinguishment:

noun

The quenching of a fire or light.

Usage examples:

The extinguishment or control of fire

Extirpate

ˈek.stɜː.peɪt

Meanings of Extirpate:

verb

Eradicate or destroy completely.

Usage examples:

Timber wolves were extirpated from new england more than a century ago

Extirpated

ˈek.stɜː.peɪt

Meanings of Extirpated:

verb

Eradicate or destroy completely.

Usage examples:

Timber wolves were extirpated from new england more than a century ago

Extirpating

ˈek.stɜː.peɪt

Meanings of Extirpating:

verb

Eradicate or destroy completely.

Usage examples:

Timber wolves were extirpated from new england more than a century ago

Meanings of Extirpation:

noun

The act of removing or destroying something completely

Usage examples:

Even bobcats have suffered local declines and extirpations in some areas., two patients also had la…

Extol

ɪkˈstəʊl

Meanings of Extol:

verb

Praise enthusiastically.

Usage examples:

He extolled the virtues of the russian peoples

Extolled

ɪkˈstəʊl

Meanings of Extolled:

verb

Praise enthusiastically.

Usage examples:

He extolled the virtues of the russian peoples

Extolling

ɪkˈstəʊl

Meanings of Extolling:

verb

Praise enthusiastically.

Usage examples:

He extolled the virtues of the russian peoples

Meanings of Extols:

verb

Praise enthusiastically.

Usage examples:

He extolled the virtues of the russian peoples

Meanings of Extort:

verb

Obtain (something) by force, threats, or other unfair means.

Usage examples:

He attempted to extort money from the company

Meanings of Extorted:

verb

Obtain (something) by force, threats, or other unfair means.

Usage examples:

He attempted to extort money from the company

Meanings of Extortion:

noun

The practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.

Usage examples:

He used bribery and extortion to build himself a huge, art-stuffed mansion

Meanings of Extortionary:

adjective

Relating to extortion (= the act of getting something, especially money, by force or threats)

Usage examples:

It soon became apparent that the party had used extortionary tactics to get people to vote for them…

Extortionate

ɪkˈstɔː.ʃən.ət

Meanings of Extortionate:

adjective

(of a price) much too high; exorbitant.

Usage examples:

£2,700 for that guitar is extortionate

Extortionately

ɪkˈstɔː.ʃən.ət.li

Meanings of Extortionately:

adverb

In a way that is extremely expensive

Usage examples:

First-class travel is extortionately expensive., he claimed that the car was extortionately overpri…

Extortioner

ɪkˈstɔː.ʃən.ər

Meanings of Extortioner:

noun

A person who obtains something by force or threats

Meanings of Extortioners:

noun

A person who obtains something by force or threats

Meanings of Extortionist:

noun

A person who tries to obtain something through force or violence; a racketeer.

Usage examples:

He is a blackmailer and an extortionist

Extortionists

ɪkˈstɔː.ʃən.ər

Meanings of Extortionists:

noun

A person who tries to obtain something through force or violence; a racketeer.

Usage examples:

He is a blackmailer and an extortionist

Extortions

ɪkˈstɔːʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Extortions:

noun

The practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.

Usage examples:

He used bribery and extortion to build himself a huge, art-stuffed mansion

Extorts

ɪkˈstɔːt

Meanings of Extorts:

verb

Obtain (something) by force, threats, or other unfair means.

Usage examples:

He attempted to extort money from the company

Meanings of Extra:

adjective

Added to an existing or usual amount or number; additional.

Usage examples:

They offered him an extra thirty-five cents an hour
adverb

To a greater extent than usual; especially.

Usage examples:

He is trying to be extra good
noun

An item in addition to what is usual or strictly necessary.

Usage examples:

I had an education with all the extras
prefix

Outside; beyond.

Usage examples:

Extracellular

Extracellular

ˌek.strəˈsel.jə.lər

Meanings of Extracellular:

adjective

Situated or taking place outside a cell or cells.

Usage examples:

Extracellular space in the cortex

Extracorporeal

ˌɛkstrəkɔːˈpɔːrɪəl

Meanings of Extracorporeal:

adjective

Situated or occurring outside the body.

Usage examples:

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation

Meanings of Extract:

verb

Remove or take out, especially by effort or force.

Usage examples:

The fossils are extracted from the chalk
noun

A short passage taken from a text, film, or piece of music.

Usage examples:

An extract from a historical film

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