322 GLOSSARY Elemental: Simple; not compound or complex; of the nature of an element. Oliver Apprentice; student. Elicit: To call forth; bring out Eliminate: To remove; expel. Elocution: The art of correct utterance or delivery of words; training in correct utterance, etc. Elongate: To lengthen; extend. Elucidate: To make clear; explain; illustrate. Emanate: To come from; issue; proceed. Embryonal: Relating to embryology, the science of development. Emotive: Relating to emotion; expressing emotion. Emotivity: Emotion; capacity for emotion. Empirical: Relating to experience and observation rather than to scientific knowledge; used and applied without science; relating to quackery. Empiricism: Empirical practice; quackery. Encomium: An expression of praise; a commendation. Encroach: To make inroad upon; trespass upon. Encumbrance: Burden; hindrance; load. End-organs: Sense-organs. Endow: To enrich or furnish with. Enervate: To render feeble; weaken. Engender: To produce; cause; bring forth. Enhance: To increase; advance; intensify. Enigmatical: Obscure; puzzling; relating to a riddle. Enjoin: To order; direct; admonish; prescribe. En masse: In mass; as a body; all together. Enounce: To pronounce; enunciate. Enregister: To register; record. Entail: To involve; impose; necessitate; bring about as a result. Entity: A thing existing individually.