The opposite of the prefixes “a-” and “for(e).”

Examples:

Ehead / Eward – Backwards. (The opposite of “ahead” and “forward.”)

Eway – A close distance or direction. (Opposite of “far” and “away.”)

Eshadowing – Looking at events that have transpired in attempt to make sense of them (Opposite of “Foreshadowing.” )

Eloof - To be grounded. (Opposite of “aloof”.)

Eboding - A feeling that only good things can come. (Opposite of “foreboding.”)

Eproximate – 1. To be completely opposite. 2. To separate by distance or difference. (Opposite of “approximate.”)
Uses of E – (as a prefix):

E – (as a prefix): "This job is nothing but two steps forward, one step ehead."

E – (as a prefix): "My dear, come eway so that I may examine you."

E – (as a prefix): "Blaming Marilyn Manson for the shooting at Columbine High School and the US / Afghani relations on the events of 9-11 are cases of dramatic eshadowing."

E – (as a prefix): "As a workaholic, she has absolutely no time in her life to be anything short of completely eloof."

E – (as a prefix): "An optimist must always carry with him an invincible sense of eboding."
by curtis x meyer November 08, 2010

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