Romantic Words That Start With E

Looking for romantic words that start with E to help you better articulate or profess your love to a special someone?

Using the right words in any situation is incredibly powerful. None more so than when you’re communicating your feelings or emotions to someone special.

Below, I’ve put together a list of romance-related adjectives, adverbs, and other romantic words you can use to describe someone you love or get your feelings down on paper.

Good luck, I hope you find the perfect romantic words you’re looking for!

Romantic Words That Start With E

Eager – (of a person’s expression or tone of voice) keenly expectant or interested.

Earnest – resulting from or showing sincere and intense conviction.

Easy To Talk To –  the person seems to listen intently and seems interested in the conversation.

Easygoing – relaxed and tolerant in attitude or manner.

Ecstatic – feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement.

Effervescent – vivacious and enthusiastic.

Effulgent – (of a person or their expression) emanating joy or goodness.

Effusive – showing or expressing gratitude, pleasure, or approval in an unrestrained or heartfelt manner.

Elating – make (someone) ecstatically happy.

Electric – having or producing a sudden sense of thrilling excitement.

Electrifying – arousing a sudden sense of great excitement; thrilling.

Elegant – graceful and stylish in appearance or manner.

Eligible – (of a person) desirable or suitable as a partner in marriage.

Empyrean – relating to heaven or the sky.

Enamouring – be filled with love for.

Enchanted – filled with delight; charmed.

Enchanting – delightfully charming or attractive.

Endearing – inspiring affection.

Endowed – provide with a quality, ability, or asset.

Energizing – give vitality and enthusiasm to.

Engaging – charming and attractive.

Engrossing – absorbing all one’s attention or interest.

Enjoyable – (of an activity or occasion) giving delight or pleasure.

Enlivened – make (someone) more cheerful or animated.

Enrapturing – give intense pleasure or joy to.

Enriching – improve or enhance the quality or value of.

Enthralling – capturing and holding one’s attention; fascinating.

Enthusiastic – having or showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.

Enticed – attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage.

Entrancing – capable of attracting and holding interest; charming.

Epic – heroic or grand in scale or character.

Euphonious – (of sound, especially speech) pleasing to the ear.

Euphoric – characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness.

Evocative – bringing strong images, memories, or feelings to mind.

Excellent – extremely good; outstanding.

Exceptional – unusually good; outstanding.

Exciting – very enthusiastic and eager.

Exhilarating – making one feel very happy, animated, or elated; thrilling.

Exotic – attractive or striking because colorful or out of the ordinary.

Expert – a person who is very knowledgeable about or skillful in a particular area.

Expressive – effectively conveying thought or feeling.

Exquisite – extremely beautiful and delicate.

Extraordinary – very unusual or remarkable.

Extravagant – exceeding what is reasonable or appropriate; excessive or elaborate.

Exultant – triumphantly happy.

Eye-Catching – immediately appealing or noticeable; striking.

There are some interesting words beginning with E that can be used in a romantic setting. Words like ‘exciting’ and ‘eye-catching’ are sure to get a good reaction.

Don’t forget, the context and how you use words is just as – if not more – important than the words themselves.

Please drop me a comment if there are any other romance-inspired words that you think should be on this list and I’ll add them.

Or if you just want to share how you weaved romance with any interesting words, I’d love to hear about it!

If you want to find more romantic words starting with a different letter of the alphabet, please click one of the letters below to see my list for that letter:


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