n. (pl. -ies) 1 extreme point; very end.
- (in pl.) The hands and feet.
- condition of extreme adversity. [latin: related to *extreme]
v. (-ting) (often foll. By from) free or disentangle from a difficulty etc. extricable adj. Extrication n. [latin tricae perplexities]
adj. - not inherent or intrinsic.
- (often foll. By to) extraneous; not belonging. extrinsically adv. [latin extrinsecus outwardly]
—n. - outgoing person.
- person mainly concerned with external things. —adj. Typical of or with the nature of an extrovert. extroversion n. Extroverted adj. [latin verto turn]
adj. - lively, high-spirited.
- (of a plant etc.) Prolific.
- (of feelings etc.) Abounding. exuberance n. Exuberantly adv. [latin uber fertile]
n. Plant used as a remedy for weak eyes.
n. Colloq. Enlightening experience; unexpected revelation.
n. Coloured cosmetic applied to the eyelids.
adj. - attached to the earth or earthly things.
- moving towards the earth.
n. Convulsion of the earth's surface as a result of faults in strata or volcanic action.