Browse Alphabetically: Ep
(noun) : Someone you trade emails with.
When I was young I had several penpals. Some are are now online and my epals
Submitted by: Bob K. from Oregon on Aug. 19, 2007 22:15
(noun) : a show-off; an obnoxious person
Mark wanted to be the leader of the group. He truly is an epal. —word of mouth,
Submitted by: chinky g. from Philippines on Aug. 29, 2006 02:00
epanalepsis (noun) : the repetition of a word or phrase following other words
An example of epanalepsis: They bowed down to him rather, because he was all of these things, and then again he was all of these things because the town bowed down. —Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God, 1937
Submitted by: Austin Morris from Tennessee on Oct. 24, 2009 23:08
epathy (noun) : apathetic empathy
"I know how you feel," Roger said with epathy, "and I really don't care."
Submitted by: Julia Spangler from Washington on Nov. 03, 2007 13:49
(other) : - used to describe a significant failure
Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 14, 2011 18:34
(noun) : an extreme or embarrassing failure
After what many were calling an epic fail by Google this morning, Marissa Mayer has published a post on the official Google blog apologizing for the inconvenience and dubbing the incident 'human error'. —Lidija Davis, www.readwriteweb.com, January 31, 2009
Submitted by: Mandy from Connecticut on Aug. 05, 2010 18:09
(other) : —used to describe an obvious failure
ha ha your bridge broke, epic fail —CJ Thibeau
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 30, 2009 08:06
epicaricacy (noun) : enjoyment obtained from the troubles of others : schadenfreude
Submitted by: CSW from Alabama on Dec. 22, 2016 13:01
epicity (noun) : the state of being epic
Submitted by: Zachary Harvey from Illinois on Apr. 02, 2014 16:43
epicize (verb) : to make epic
Submitted by: Big_Mike from North Carolina on Nov. 12, 2010 18:54
epinion (noun) : Epinion: n. (combination of opinion and electronic); 1. An opinion expressed by electronic means (computer, email, blogging, voicemail, fax). 2. An opinion that includes certain nuances associated with electronic transmission — notably spontaneity.
Most letters to the editor these days are epinions, in that they come to the editor's desk by computer, fax, voicemail, etc.
Submitted by: Kenneth J. Wyatt from Michigan on Oct. 07, 2005 11:55
epipex (noun) : extreme highest point very top of the tip
Being the epipex of the best isn't easy, especially if you are in a prestigious university like MIT.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 17, 2007 08:57
epiphanal (adjective) : of or having the character of an epiphany : epiphanic
Submitted by: Ben Cicotte from Missouri on Mar. 03, 2012 23:51