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Eaved
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Eaved: Having edges which overhang the side of a building (about a roof)
Eavedrop
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Eavedrop: A drop from the eaves eavesdrop. [R.] Tennyson.
Eaves
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Eaves: (Arch.) The edges or lower borders of the roof of a building, which overhang the walls, and cast off the water that falls on the roof. Brow ridge. [Obs.] "Eaves of
Eavesdrop
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Eavesdrop: The water which falls in drops from the eaves of a house.
Eavesdropper
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Eavesdropper: One who stands under the eaves, or near the window or door of a house, to listen hence, a secret listener.
Eavesdropping
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Eavesdropping: The habit of lurking about dwelling houses, and other places where persons meet fro private intercourse, secretly listening to what is said, and then tattl
Eavestrough
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Eavestrough: (term used in Canada and the USA) gutter placed under the edge of a roof
Eban
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Eban: Family name Abba Eban (1915-2002, born as Aubrey Solomon Eban), prominent Israeli diplomat and writer (born in South Africa), former Israeli ambassador to the USA
Ebay
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Ebay: On-line trading site where individuals may buy and sell goods of various kinds (Internet)
Ebb
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Ebb: To flow back to or recede. When something falls away. When the oceans tide flows from high to low. In a weak state. "A state of ebb"
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