C**O**N**TEXT**U**A**LIS**E**D | • contextualised v. simple past tense and past participle of contextualise. |

C**O**N**TEXT**U**A**LIS**E**S | • contextualises v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of contextualise. |

C**O**N**TEXT**U**A**LIZ**E**D | • contextualized v. simple past tense and past participle of contextualize. |

C**O**N**TEXT**U**A**LIZ**E**S | • contextualizes v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of contextualize. |

**EX**C**E**P**T**I**O**N**A**LI**T**Y | • exceptionality n. (uncountable) The quality of being exceptional. • exceptionality n. (countable) A thing, condition, or other matter which is exceptional. |

**EX**P**E**C**TO**R**AT**IONS | • expectorations n. plural of expectoration. |

**EX**PL**O**I**TAT**IV**E**LY | • exploitatively adv. In an exploitative manner. |

**EX**P**O**N**E**N**T**I**AT**ION | • exponentiation n. (mathematics, arithmetic) The process of calculating a power by multiplying together a number of… • exponentiation n. (mathematics, arithmetic, countable) A mathematical problem involving exponentiation. |

**EXTE**MP**O**R**A**NEI**T**Y | • extemporaneity n. The degree or property of being extemporaneous. |

**EXTE**NSI**O**N**A**LI**T**Y | • extensionality n. (philosophy) The principle that objects are equal if and only if their observed properties are the… • extensionality n. (mathematics, functional analysis) The principle that functions are equal if and only if they operate… • extensionality n. (mathematics, set theory) The principle, codified in the axiom of extensionality, that sets are equal… |

**EXTE**RMIN**AT**I**O**NS | • exterminations n. plural of extermination. |

**EXTO**R**T**ION**A**T**E**LY | • extortionately adv. In an extortionate manner; in a manner that greatly exceeds what is reasonable or moderate. |

IN**EX**P**E**C**TAT**I**O**NS | Sorry, definition not available. |

N**O**N**EX**IS**TE**N**T**I**A**L | • nonexistential adj. Not existential. |

**O**V**E**R**EXT**R**A**C**T**ION | • overextraction n. An excessive extraction. |

R**EEX**P**O**R**TAT**IONS | • reexportations n. plural of reexportation. |

**XA**N**T**H**O**P**TE**RIN**E**S | Sorry, definition not available. |