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efame (noun) : online attention a person receives for a blog, video, or Web page.

She gained so much efame when she put that new video on her blog.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 12, 2008 23:38


efamous (adjective) : famous over a chat room, or other internet source

that guy is eFamous on World of Wacraft

Submitted by: NoSelfAsteem on Sep. 11, 2007 21:51


efesé (adjective) : irritating or mildly disturbing

The idea of having homework over the weekend was efesé.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 08, 2005 20:46


effacious (adjective) : having an effect of erasing or blotting out

Time and weather had an effacious effect on the ancient headstone.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 19, 2008 17:39


effenheimer (noun) : —used as a substitute for the f-word

I couldn't believe she dropped the effenheimer while having an audience with the Pope!

Submitted by: Muppetboy from Minnesota on Jan. 11, 2006 19:36


efficacize (verb) : To make efficient; to take an institution, project, setup, or current way of processing data and bring about a higher degree of efficiency. To take an unsatisfactory level of efficiency and raise it to a higher degree of efficiency.

As our company goes into the next quarter we intend on hiring an independent contractor to come in and efficacize our operation to meet the demands of our shareholders.

Submitted by: Mike Fries from Illinois on Aug. 07, 2007 23:16


efficienate (verb) : to make efficient

Submitted by: Samantha Sham from Pennsylvania on May. 13, 2017 13:53


effloresecence

(noun) : blooming of flowers, state of flowering

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 22, 2007 19:53


effort

(verb) : to make an effort

There is a whole lot of efforting going on here but very little is getting accomplished.

Submitted by: Scott from California on Apr. 27, 2013 18:33


(verb) : to try to do something: to make an effort

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2009 03:53


(verb) : to try or to make an effort at achieving something

British diplomats have efforted Johnson's release. —CNN, june 1, 2007

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 01, 2007 13:02


(verb) : to work to complete something: to try or make an effort

I am efforting to find the paper you need. —Phil the Showkiller, The Dan Patrick Show on ESPN Radio

Submitted by: Duds98 from Ohio on Oct. 19, 2005 17:32


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