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East-insular
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East-insular: Relating to the Eastern Islands East Indian. [R.] Ogilvie.
Eastbound
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Eastbound: Moving in an easterly direction, headed toward the east
Easter
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Easter: Christian: A festival seen in spring that commemorates and celebrates the Resurrection of Christ. The time of the year that this event is celebrated. Easter Egg
Easter egg
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Easter egg: Colored egg used as a decoration and symbol of the Easter holiday (Computers) surprise included in a web site or computer program (usually a hidden message o
Easter eve
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Easter eve: Evening before Easter (Christian holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus)
Easter lily
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Easter lily: A native of a country eastward of another used, by the English, of traders or others from the coasts of the Baltic. Merchants of Norway, Denmark, . . . calle
Easterling
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Easterling: Relating to the money of the Easterlings, or Baltic traders. See Sterling.
Easterly
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Easterly: Toward, or in the direction of, the east.
Easterly wind
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Easterly wind: Wind which comes from the east or from an eastern direction
Eastern
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Eastern: Situated or dwelling in the east oriental as, an eastern gate Eastern countries. Eastern churches first did Christ embrace. Stirling. Going toward the east, or i
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