Eke


WORD OF THE DAY
Eke eek Part of speech: verb Origin: Old English, time period unknown
1Make an amount or supply of something last longer by using or consuming it frugally.2Manage to support oneself or make a living with difficulty.
 
Examples of Eke in a sentence “The farm only eked out a bushel of produce after the major freeze.” “The committee managed to eke out a barebones draft by the deadline.”