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Word list starting with E (in Hindi)
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Saumya Mehra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Saumya Mehra
Discovering myself | An Avid Reader | Post Graduated | 6 years' Experience | Loves to Teach |

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timeing of your live session maam
Sweta Kumari
8 months ago
You will be informed
Jaimini Patel
8 months ago
maam mene 1 month ka plus couse ka 1st time package liya hai...muje nahi pata kese computer science and application ke different differwnt couse ke liye kese enroll hote hai..plz help me
Sweta Kumari
8 months ago
for which exam ?
  1. Word List Starting with E

  2. 1. Early Bird Meaning: A person who gets up early or arrives early for something. Example: My brother is an early bird and gets up early every morning

  3. 2. Egg orn Meaning: to urge or push someone to do something Example: The boy is always egging his friend on to do stupid things.

  4. 3. End in smoke Meaning: Come to nothing Example: Even after best players they ended in smoke as they were notL ung able to win

  5. 4. Eat Humble Pie SORRY Meaning: to apologize Example: The lawyer had to eat humble pie in the court because the facts he presented were wrong.

  6. 5. Empty vessels make the most noise Meaning: those who have little knowledge often shout the loudest Example: Raju tells as if he's an expert on everything, but empty vessels make the most noise

  7. 6. Eat one's words Meaning: take a statement back Example: I warned my friend to be very careful in her speech otherwise she would have to eat her own words.I

  8. 7. Earn One's Keep Meaning: To perform satisfactory physical labor or to support oneself financially 1121 Example: He will do anything to earn I his keep. 265

  9. 8. Ever and Anon Meaning: now and then, sometimes Example: He visits his parents ever and anon

  10. 9. Eagle Eye Meaning: the ability to see or observe keenly Example: A good student has an eagle eye for his errors.

  11. Quotations are commonly printed as a means of inspiration and to invoke philosophical thoughts from the reader. 12