|AUTOSEXING||-||autosexing n. The identification of the sex of newborn chicks by their physical appearance, possible with certain breeds.|
|EXACTINGLY||-||exactingly adv. In an exacting manner.|
|EXCAVATING||-||excavating v. present participle of excavate.|
|EXECRATING||-||execrating v. present participle of execrate.|
|EXHAUSTING||-||exhausting adj. Very tiring.|
exhausting v. present participle of exhaust.
|EXHUMATING||-||exhumating v. present participle of exhumate.|
|EXPLANTING||-||explanting v. present participle of explant.|
|EXTRACTING||-||extracting v. present participle of extract.|
|EXTUBATING||-||extubating v. present participle of extubate.|
|EXUVIATING||-||exuviating v. present participle of exuviate.|
|GENERATRIX||-||generatrix n. (geometry) A curve that, when rotated about an axis, produces a solid figure.|
|MALAXATING||-||malaxating v. present participle of malaxate.|
|OVERTAXING||-||overtaxing v. present participle of overtax.|
|OXYGENATED||-||oxygenated v. simple past tense and past participle of oxygenate.|
oxygenated adj. (chemistry) Containing oxygen, or oxygen-containing radicals, as substituents.
|OXYGENATES||-||oxygenates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of oxygenate.|
|OXYGENATOR||-||oxygenator n. any device that releases oxygen (or air) into water, especially one in an aquarium.|
|TAXPAYINGS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|TELEFAXING||-||telefaxing v. present participle of telefax.|
|UNEXACTING||-||unexacting adj. (of persons, feelings, states of mind, etc.) Not demanding; uncritical; not difficult to satisfy.|
unexacting adj. Not requiring precision or substantial effort.
|XENOGRAFTS||-||xenografts n. plural of xenograft.|