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+ Vocabulary Lesson 10 Mrs. Smith’s English Class
+ Emissary A person sent on a mission to represent another’s interests; an agent or messenger
+ Encore noun—a further performance given on audience demand; verb—to demand further performance
+ Entice to tempt; to attract; to lure
+ Epic noun—a long poem about the adventures of a great hero; adjective—impressive; grand in scope
+ Equation A statement of equality; a process of making equal; a state of equality
+ Eradicate to remove all traces of; to erase; to uproot; to eliminate
+ Essence the fundamental nature of something; a defining feature; an extract of a substance
+ Evict to force a person by law to leave a building the person has leased or rented.
+ Exasperate To irritate or to annoy greatly
+ Expend to use up; to spend.
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