adj. Too much or too great. excessively adv.
n. - former government department in charge of national revenue.
- royal or national treasury.
- money of a private individual or group. [medieval latin scaccarium chessboard]
adj. Easily excited. excitability n. Excitably adv.
—adj. - excluding other things.
- (predic.; foll. By of) not including; except for.
- tending to exclude others, esp. Socially.
- not obtainable elsewhere or not published elsewhere. —n. Article etc. Published by only one newspaper etc. exclusively adv. Exclusiveness n. Exclusivity n. [medieval latin: related to *exclude]
v. (-ting) 1 a remove skin from (a person etc.) By abrasion. B strip off (skin).
- censure severely. excoriation n. [latin corium hide]
n. Faeces. excremental adj. [latin: related to *excrete]
v. (-ting) formal (often foll. By from) free from blame; clear of a charge. exculpation n. Exculpatory adj. [latin culpa blame]
n. Journey (usu. A day-trip) to a place and back, made for pleasure. [latin excurro run out]
adj. Literary digressive.
adj. Abominable. [latin: related to *execrate]