Words That Start With Em: Enhance Your Vocabulary Easily

Discover a variety of words that start with the prefix “em” to enhance your vocabulary and comprehension.

  1. Emaciate- to make abnormally thin or lean by a gradual wasting away of flesh.
  2. Emaciated- being abnormally thin or weak due to illness or lack of food.
  3. Emaciation- the state of being abnormally thin or weakened.
  4. Email- messages distributed by electronic means from one computer user to one or more recipients via a network.
  5. Emanate- to come out from a source.
  6. Emanation- something that flows out from a source.
  7. Emancipate- to set free, especially from legal, social, or political restrictions.
  8. Emancipation- the fact or process of being set free from legal, social, or political restrictions; liberation.
  9. Emasculate- to deprive of strength, vigor, or spirit; to castrate.
  10. Emasculation- the act of depriving something of its vital strength or force.
  11. Embalm- to preserve a corpse from decay, originally with spices and now usually by arterial injection of a preservative.
  12. Embalmer- a person who embalms dead bodies.
  13. Embargo- an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.
  14. Embark- to go on board a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle for a journey.
  15. Embarkation- the process of boarding a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle.
  16. Embarrass- to cause someone to feel awkward, self-conscious, or ashamed.
  17. Embarrassed- feeling or showing embarrassment.
  18. Embarrassing- causing embarrassment.
  19. Embarrassment- a feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness.
  20. Embellish- to decorate or adorn, often in a superficially attractive way.
  21. Embellishment- a decorative detail or feature added to something to make it more attractive.
  22. Ember- a small piece of burning or glowing coal or wood in a dying fire.
  23. Embezzle- to steal or misappropriate money placed in one’s trust or belonging to the organization for which one works.
  24. Embezzlement- theft or misappropriation of funds placed in one’s trust or belonging to one’s employer.
  25. Embezzler- a person who embezzles money.
  26. Emblem- a heraldic device or symbolic object as a distinctive badge of a nation, organization, or family.
  27. Emblematic- serving as a symbol of a particular quality or concept; symbolic.
  28. Embodied- represented in physical shape and form.
  29. Embody- to be an expression of or give a tangible or visible form to an idea, quality, or feeling.
  30. Embodiment- a tangible or visible form of an idea, quality, or feeling.
  31. Embolden- to give someone the courage or confidence to do something or to behave in a certain way.
  32. Emboss- to carve, mold, or stamp a design on (a surface) so that it stands out in relief.
  33. Embossed- carved, molded, or stamped so as to stand out from the surface.
  34. Embosser- a tool or machine that embosses.
  35. Embrace- to hold someone closely in one’s arms, especially as a sign of affection.
  36. Embroil- to involve someone deeply in an argument, conflict, or difficult situation.
  37. Embryo- an unborn or unhatched offspring in the process of development.
  38. Embryonic- relating to an embryo.
  39. Emcee- a master of ceremonies.
  40. Emerald- a bright green precious stone consisting of a chromium-rich variety of beryl.
  41. Emerge- to move out of or away from something and come into view.
  42. Emergence- the process of becoming visible after being concealed.
  43. Emergency- a serious, unexpected, and often dangerous situation requiring immediate action.
  44. Emergent- in the process of coming into being or becoming prominent.
  45. Emeritus- (of a retired professor, pastor, etc.) having retired but allowed to retain their title as an honor.
  46. Emigrant- a person who leaves their own country to settle permanently in another.
  47. Emigrate- leave one’s own country to settle permanently in another.
  48. Emission- the production and discharge of something, especially gas or radiation.
  49. Emit- to produce and discharge (something, especially gas or radiation).
  50. Emitter- a device that emits something, particularly energy or particles.
  51. Emoji- a small digital image or icon used to express an idea, emotion, etc., in electronic communications.
  52. Emollient- having the quality of softening or soothing the skin.
  53. Emolument- a salary, fee, or profit from employment or office.
  54. Emote- to express emotion in a theatrical or exaggerated way.
  55. Emotion- a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one’s circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
  56. Emotional- relating to a person’s emotions.
  57. Empathetic- showing an ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
  58. Empathy- the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
  59. Emperor- the male sovereign or supreme ruler of an empire.
  60. Emphasis- special importance, value, or prominence given to something.
  61. Emphasize- give special importance or prominence to (something) in speaking or writing.
  62. Emphatic- showing or giving emphasis; expressing something forcibly and clearly.
  63. Empire- an extensive group of states or countries ruled over by a single monarch, an oligarchy, or a sovereign state.
  64. Empirical- based on, concerned with, or verifiable by observation or experience rather than theory or pure logic.
  65. Employ- to give work to (someone) and pay them for it.
  66. Employee- a person employed for wages or salary, especially at non-executive level.
  67. Employer- a person or organization that employs people.
  68. Employment- the condition of having paid work.
  69. Emporium- a large retail store selling a wide variety of goods.
  70. Empower- give (someone) the authority or power to do something.
  71. Empowered- having the knowledge, confidence, means, or ability to do things or make decisions for oneself.
  72. Empowerment- the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights.
  73. Empress- a woman who is a sovereign ruler of great power and rank, especially one ruling an empire.
  74. Empty- containing nothing; not filled or occupied.
  75. Emulate- match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imitation.
  76. Emulation- effort to match or surpass a person or achievement, typically by imitation.
  77. Emulsify- make into or become an emulsion.
  78. Emulsion- a fine dispersion of minute droplets of one liquid in another in which it is not soluble or miscible.
  79. Enamel- a hard, typically shiny finish or surface coating, usually applied to metal or porcelain.
  80. Enamored- be filled with a feeling of love for.
  81. Encamp- settle in or establish a camp, especially a military one.
  82. Encampment- a place with temporary accommodations consisting of huts or tents, typically for troops or nomads.
  83. Enchant- fill (someone) with great delight; charm.
  84. Enchanted- placed under or as if under a magic spell; bewitched.
  85. Enchantment- a feeling of great pleasure; delight; the state of being enchanted.
  86. Encipher- convert (a message or text) into a coded form; encode.
  87. Encircle- form a circle around; surround.
  88. Enclave- a portion of territory within or surrounded by a larger territory whose inhabitants are culturally or ethnically distinct.
  89. Enclose- surround or close off on all sides.
  90. Enclosure- an area that is sealed off with an artificial or natural barrier.
  91. Encode- convert into a coded form.
  92. Encomium- a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly.
  93. Encompass- surround and have or hold within.
  94. Encore- a repeated or additional performance; often demanded by an audience.
  95. Encounter- unexpectedly experience or be faced with (something difficult or hostile).
  96. Encourage- give support, confidence, or hope to (someone).
  97. Encouragement- the action of giving someone support, confidence, or hope.
  98. Encroach- intrude on (a person’s territory or a thing considered to be a right).
  99. Encroachment- intrusion on a person’s territory, rights, etc.
  100. Encumber- restrict or burden (someone or something) in such a way that free action or movement is difficult.

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