If something enthralls you, it makes you so interested and excited that you give it all your attention.
When you envisage something, you imagine or consider its future possibility.
Something that is endemic to a place, such as a disease or life form, is very frequently found in and restricted to that area or region.
If you ensconce yourself somewhere, you put yourself into a comfortable place or safe position and have no intention of moving or leaving for quite some time.
An enclave is a small area within a larger area of a city or country in which people of a different nationality or culture live.
When something ensues, it happens after or as a result of another event.
Entropy is the lack of organization or measure of disorder currently in a system.
If something encumbers you, it makes it difficult for you to move freely or do what you want.
When you enjoin someone to do something, you order or bid him to do it with authority.
If something engenders a particular feeling or attitude, it causes that condition.
An entourage is a group of assistants, servants, and other people who tag along with an important person.
An encomium strongly praises someone or something via oral or written communication.
When you disentangle a knot, you untie it completely; when you disentangle yourself from a problem, you get yourself out of it.
When something encompasses something else, it includes all aspects of it or completely surrounds it.
When you are guilty of encroachment, you intrude upon or invade another person's private space.
A parenthetical remark further explains or qualifies information.
When someone is able to endure something difficult, they are able to last or keep on going without stopping.
When someone endorses a product, they support or approve of it in a formal and public way.
An engaging activity is attractive or agreeable to those who are involved in it.
When someone entices you into doing something, they are trying to lure, tempt, or attract you into doing it in a persuasive manner.
When one is entrenched in something, one is firmly established, fixed, or placed in a position of great strength.
Your environment is those things that surround you, including the natural world.
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