If you elucidate something, you make it easier to understand by giving more relevant information.
An emollient substance soothes your skin and provides moisture.
Someone who is ebullient is filled with enthusiasm, very happy, and extremely excited about something.
Something that is evanescent lasts for only a short time before disappearing from sight or memory.
A person or animal that is emaciated is extremely thin because of a serious illness or lack of food.
If you evince particular feelings, qualities, or attitudes, you show them, often clearly.
If you espouse an idea, principle, or belief, you support it wholeheartedly.
If a fact or idea eludes you, you cannot remember or understand it; if you elude someone, you manage to escape or hide from them.
Something that is inevitable will certainly occur because it cannot be avoided.
The adjective emeritus refers to a leader or professional who is retired—and often who gave distinguished service—and still retains their title, such as a professor or president.
Pieces of evidence are those things or signs that back up or prove what someone says.
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