Browse Alphabetically: Er
eracercize (verb) : When people do not recognize race as an identifier, it allows everyone to be equal.
If every one would eracercize, our attitudes would change the world.
Submitted by: ped from Pennsylvania on Oct. 20, 2006 15:10
(noun) : an instance or act of erasing
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 05, 2014 14:19
(noun) : an act or instance of erasing
Submitted by: Emi from Texas on Nov. 04, 2014 14:31
erasive (adjective) : having the quality or power of erasing
Submitted by: Michael Carte from Indiana on Apr. 25, 2013 01:02
eraticate (verb) : to get rid of rodents
The pest control lady eraticated the entire apartment complex. —myself, circa 2005
Submitted by: Phartknokker from Tennessee on Jun. 29, 2006 06:15
erdlator (noun) : [Engineer Research and Development Laboratory] a small mobile water purification unit usu. mounted on the back of a military truck
Submitted by: Michael Fridy from Nevada on Jan. 22, 2010 03:50
(noun) : someone who instructs others in ergonomic practices
Submitted by: ErgoDude from Massachusetts on Nov. 26, 2014 13:54
(noun) : a person who instructs others in ergonomics
ErgoCoaches are considered information leaders and a critical function for them is to act as change agents and the facilitators of knowledge transfer. —William Charney, Handbook of Modern Hospital Safety, 2nd, 2010
Submitted by: SteveR from New Jersey on Oct. 31, 2014 23:19
erokward (adjective) : The description of the feeling that results from creepiness in a sexual nature. This may be created by someone attempting at witty banter or by someone who is a rapist.
Oh my gosh, that encounter with that Steve character was so erokward... he practically said he would rape me!
Submitted by: Matt from Washington on Oct. 11, 2005 22:02
eromantic (adjective) : a sensation, gesture or emotion that incorporates a hybrid-like balance of eroticism and romance.
The candle-light and lustful whispers perfected the eromantic evening
Submitted by: meredith brown from Florida on Sep. 29, 2007 21:26
eroticature (noun) : literature of an erotic nature written to arouse sexual desire
Of all the male models that grace the covers of eroticature, Fabio is the most famous and well renown.
Submitted by: Kimberly from Pennsylvania on Jul. 05, 2007 15:23
eroticon (noun) : a lexicon of love; a collection of words, idioms, thoughts, stories, and other discourses on love, eros, and romance.
An eroticon is a rare but powerful type of analytic compendium. Roland Barthes' A Lover’s Discourse is an outstanding example. —Mikhail Epstein, essay "Meditations of Ivan Solovyov on Eros", 1991
Submitted by: Mikhail Epstein from Georgia Us on Mar. 31, 2007 22:09