Words That Start With Ev | List and Meanings

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  1. Evangelist- A person who seeks to convert others to the Christian faith.
  2. Evacuate- Remove people from a place of danger to a safer place.
  3. Evasion- The act of avoiding something, especially by deceit.
  4. Evaluate- To determine or fix the value of.
  5. Evolve- Develop gradually.
  6. Event- An occurrence or happening, especially one of significance.
  7. Evanescent- Quickly fading from sight or memory.
  8. Evict- Expel someone from a property, especially with support of the law.
  9. Evidence- The available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid.
  10. Eviscerate- Remove the contents of (a body or an organ).
  11. Evanescence- The process of fading away or vanishing.
  12. Evaporate- Turn from liquid into vapor.
  13. Even- Equal in number or amount.
  14. Evaluation- The making of a judgment about the amount, number, or value of something.
  15. Evenly- In equal amounts or shares; in a balanced or impartial way.
  16. Eventually- In the end, especially after a long delay or series of problems.
  17. Evildoer- A person who commits profoundly immoral and wicked deeds.
  18. Evoke- Bring or recall to the conscious mind.
  19. Evangelism- The spreading of the Christian gospel by preaching or personal witness.
  20. Evergreen- Relating to or denoting a plant that retains green leaves throughout the year.
  21. Evident- Plain or obvious; clearly seen or understood.
  22. Evocation- The act of bringing or recalling a feeling, memory, or image to the conscious mind.
  23. Evert- To turn inside out or outwards.
  24. Evacuation- The act of removing people from a place of danger to a safer place.
  25. Evenhanded- Fair and impartial in treatment or judgment.
  26. Evangelize- Convert or seek to convert someone to Christianity.
  27. Eve- The day or period of time immediately before an event or occasion.
  28. Evictor- A person who evicts someone.
  29. Evidential- Serving as evidence or relating to evidence.
  30. Evaporation- The process of turning from liquid into vapor.
  31. Evasiveness- The quality of being evasive; tending to avoid commitment or self-revelation.
  32. Evenness- The state of being equal, fair, or balanced.
  33. Evisceration- The removal of the inner organs of a body.
  34. Evoker- One who brings something to mind or elicits a response.
  35. Eventual- Happening or existing at a later time or as a result.
  36. Evildoing- The act of doing something morally wrong or wicked.
  37. Evangelical- Of or according to the teaching of the gospel or the Christian religion.
  38. Evincible- Capable of being proved or demonstrated.
  39. Evacuator- A person or device that evacuates.
  40. Evitableness- The quality of being avoidable.
  41. Evolution- The gradual development of something.
  42. Evincible- Capable of being evinced or demonstrated clearly.
  43. Even- minded – Having or showing a fair, balanced, and unprejudiced mind.
  44. Evocable- Capable of being evoked or called forth.
  45. Evangelizer- One who preaches or promotes the gospel.
  46. Evadingly- In an evasive or avoidant manner.
  47. Eventide- The end of the day, evening.
  48. Evasively- In an avoiding or escaping manner.
  49. Evocative- Bringing strong images, memories, or feelings to mind.
  50. Evenness- Uniformity or equality in dimensions, quality, or effort.
  51. Evocator- One who evokes or calls forth.
  52. Even- keel – Stable or consistent in mood or behavior.
  53. Evincive- Serving to evince; indicative or demonstrative.
  54. Eventful- Marked by interesting or exciting events.
  55. Evacuative- Having the quality or function of evacuation.
  56. Evincible- Capable of being overcome or defeated.
  57. Evangely- Archaic term for the Christian gospel.
  58. Everlasting- Lasting forever or for a very long time.
  59. Evasionism- The doctrine or practice of evasion.
  60. Evaporative- Relating to or causing evaporation.
  61. Evocatory- Tending to evocation; bringing to mind.
  62. Eventuated- Happened as a result.
  63. Evacuee- A person evacuated, especially from a dangerous area.
  64. Eventide- The later part of the day; evening.
  65. Evincible- Capable of being evinced.
  66. Eversion- Turning outward.
  67. Evaporimeter- Instrument to measure the rate of evaporation.
  68. Evaporative- Relating to the process of becoming vapor.
  69. Eventuate- To occur as a result.
  70. Evenness- Quality of being flat or uniform.
  71. Evitability- The quality of being avoidable or escapable.
  72. Evenfall- The beginning of evening; dusk.
  73. Evocateur- One who calls forth memories or feelings.

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