(noun) The fifthletter of the modernEnglishalphabet.
(noun)Any of the speechsoundsrepresented by the lettere.
(noun) The fifthin a series.
(noun)Somethingshapedlike the letterE.
(noun) A grade that indicatesfailingstatus.
(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”."