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|Entree||(n.) In French usage, a dish served at the ...|
|Entremets||(n. sing. & pl.) A side dish; a dainty ...|
|Entremets||(n. sing. & pl.) Any small entertainment between two ...|
|Entrench||(v. t.) See Intrench. ...|
|Entrepot||(n.) A warehouse; a magazine for depositing goods, stores, ...|
|Entrepreneur||(n.) One who creates a product on his own ...|
|Entresol||(n.) A low story between two higher ones, usually ...|
|Entrick||(v. t.) To trick, to perplex. ...|
|Entries||(pl. ) of Entry ...|
|Entrochal||(a.) Pertaining to, or consisting of, entrochites, or the ...|
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