Definition of "e" [e]
- (noun) The fifth letter of the modern English alphabet.
- (noun) Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter e.
- (noun) The fifth in a series.
- (noun) Something shaped like the letter E.
- (noun) A grade that indicates failing status.
- (noun) the fifth letter and second vowel of the modern English alphabet
- (noun) any of several speech sounds represented by this letter, in English as in he, bet, or below
Use "e" in a sentence
- "But I could not utter the word, so strong on the other hand, also in the dream, was my conventional awareness: countless inhibitions made the syllables stick in my throat, until, sobbing with anguish, I reached the point where the four letters: f, r, e, e -- crossed the threshold of my consciousness."
- "It is simply stipulated on the basis of contextual considerations that c* and e* are intended to act as contrasts to c and e."
- "Crucially, this formula is not understood as ˜e is an event that contains a swim by Ewan™ or as “e is an event in which Ewan is swimming”."