|engrossed, absorbed, obsessed, preoccupied; spent; used up; eaten; destroyed||consumed|
|, , fruit of eggplant, , , plant with large edible fruit, aubergine, blackish purple, plant of East Indian origin that bears an edible fruit; dark purple egg-shaped fruit of the eggplant (eaten as a vegetable); dark purple color||eggplant|
|a trademark for a savory yeast extract that is eaten as a spread||Vegemite|
|ability to let radiation through, act of transmitting something, transmission, transference; relaying, conveyance; fraction of energy which passes through a body without being absorbed||transmittance|
|able to be absorbed, able to be sucked in; able to be taken in||absorbable|
|able to be consumed, able to be used up; edible, meant to be eaten or drunk, consumable goods||consumable|
|able to be corroded or worn away; able to be eaten away||erodible|
|able to be destroyed, capable of being destroyed||destructible|
|able to be eaten, food, may be eaten, something that may be eaten||edible|
|able to be extinguished, able to be put out (i.e. fire); able to be totally destroyed or annihilated||extinguishable|
|able to be lawfully eaten, blank, cleanly, cleanly; completely, empty, entirely, eradicate unwanted dirt, free from dirt; permissible, legal; smooth; simple; innocent, free of disease or infection, free of problems, free of weeds, get free of dirt, hon...||clean|
|abnormally preoccupied with something; haunted by feelings of anxiety; excessively focused on, crazy about||obsessed|
|abridge, absorb mentally, bear patiently, break down, break down and absorb (food); be broken down and absorbed (food); consider, assimilate, collection of abridged pieces, collection of legal opinions||digest|
|absent, dead, departed, left; dead; lost; destroyed; used up, run out, exhilarated, go, infatuated, irrecoverable, pregnant, uneasy||gone|
|absorbed through the skin (as in medication)||endermic|
|accompany, act of going; attempt, try; energy, vigor, spirit; period of activity; success, attempt at something, attend, be allotted to, be discarded, be dressed or equipped as specified, be given to, be put, be spent, be the authority, become, belong,...||go|
|act of becoming part of something, act or state of being incorporated into; absorption into the cultural tradition of another group (esp. a minority group into the predominant culture); process by which nourishment is absorbed into the body and convert...||assimilation|
|act of buying wholesale to create a monopoly; state of being completely absorbed or occupied; act of writing a document in large clear letters or in a formal style; document which has been engrossed, completely absorbed state, cornering of market, docu...||engrossment|
|act of crushing or squeezing; something that is easily crushed; racket sport for 2 or 4 players; vine-like plant bearing edible fruit; gourd-shaped fruit that is eaten as a vegetable; concentrated drink (British), action or noise of squashing, ballgame...||squash|
|act of soaking or steeping in liquid; liquid that has seeped out or been absorbed, amount of liquid, process of soaking||soakage|
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