25 Verbs That Start With E (Most Common)

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If you’re interested to see what some of the most common verbs that start with E are, you are in the right place. Keep reading to find them all and see examples of how to use them.


Meaning: To gain something by working or through effort.


Example Sentence: I earn a lot of money driving trucks.


Meaning: To put food inside of your mouth, chew it, and swallow it.


Example Sentence: What did you eat for lunch today?


Meaning: To repeat a sound or to reflect it off a surface.


Example Sentence: Why do you always echo everything he says?


Meaning: To obscure something, to hide it from light, or to surpass something in success.


Example Sentence: Your movie really eclipsed mine…


Meaning: To remove errors from something and make it better.


Example Sentence: Did you edit my speech for tomorrow?


Meaning: To teach someone a skill or piece of knowledge.


Example Sentence: My teacher educated me well on history.


Meaning: To remove something, to throw it out.


Example Sentence: I’ve been ejected from class because I was talking.


Meaning: To explain something with extra details.


Example Sentence: Can you elaborate on what you said about me to Gina?


Meaning: To vote for someone for a political position.


Example Sentence: He has been elected as the chief of police again.


Meaning: To lift something higher, or to boost someone or something figuratively.


Example Sentence: She always elevates me and makes me feel good.


Meaning: To remove someone or something.


Example Sentence: I was eliminated from the competition.


Meaning: To avoid something or someone.


Example Sentence: I have been eluding police for years!


Meaning: To begin doing something that will last long.


Example Sentence: I embarked on this journey without knowing what is in store for me.


Meaning: To make someone feel bad or self-conscious.


Example Sentence: Why did you embarrass Andrea in front of everyone?


Meaning: To steal money or assets through fraud.


Example Sentence: He embezzled millions of dollars through his company.


Meaning: To represent something in physical form.


Example Sentence: James really embodies a ton of positive traits.


Meaning: To hug someone, to wrap your arms around them.


Example Sentence: When you embraced me it felt so good.


Meaning: To appear in someone’s view.


Example Sentence: She emerged from the water and I fell in love immediately.


Meaning: To hire someone to work for you for money.


Example Sentence: I will employ you but you need to stop being lazy!


Meaning: To make something possible.


Example Sentence: He enabled me to work from home.


Meaning: To meet someone unexpectedly.


Example Sentence: I encountered Lisa today, that was awkward.


Meaning: To bring something to its conclusion.


Example Sentence: I always felt bad about how our relationship ended.


Meaning: To experience pleasure in something.


Example Sentence: Are you enjoying your pizza?


Meaning: To run away from something or somebody.


Example Sentence: I escaped from my hometown as soon as I turned 18.

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