e·su·ri·ent (ĭ-srē-ənt, ĭ-zr-)
[Latin ēsuriēns, ēsurient-, present participle of ēsurīre, desiderative of edere, to eat; see ed- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]
e·suri·ence (-əns), e·suri·en·cy (-ən-sē) n.
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