Egence

E"gence

(?), n. [L. egens, -entis, p. pr. of egere to be needy, suffer want.] The state of needing, or of suffering a natural want. [R.] J. Grote.

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E"ger

(?),

E"gre

}, a. [See Eager.] Sharp; bitter; acid; sour. [Obs.]
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The egre words of thy friend.
Chaucer.
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