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extricate
to free from difficulty; to disentangle

the cat was stuck on the tree so the firefighter have to extricate it from the tree
revelation
dramatic disclosure; surprising news

we had a revelation on september 11
interminable
endless; too long

a perfect circle is interminable
equilibrium
balance between forces; stability

Mike lost his equilibrium and fell to the groud from the swing
ingenious
clever; inventive

Einstein is a ingenious person
reconcile
to bring to peace; agreement; understanding

the president had to reconcile with other people because he don't want a war
incongruous
out of place; not consistent or in harmony

the car is incongruous because the car is in the living room
antidote
something that goes against a poison.

talisha got bit by a snake so we have to give her the antidote.
impartial
fair;just; not biased

the football have to be impartial to be a referee
subdue
to conquer or bring under control

asia subdue their enemy by attacking in a circle
autocratic
having absolute power; domineering

sadem hussien has autocratic over iraq
equitable
fair; just

the judge gave oscar a equitable trial
exploit
to take advantage of; to use

nick exploit mike because mike is smaller than him
equivocal
open to different interpertations, often misleading or avoiding the truth

tim's equivocal reply was that he is going to the movie but he went to play with his friend instead
exorbitant
expensive; unreasonable; exceeding proper limits

ben's car is exorbitant
antidote
a substance that act against a poison
eccentric
odd; different from normal or usual

kevin is eccentric from the rest of the people because he is deaf
subordinate
less important; of lower rank

the student is subordinate to the teacher
autobiography
account of a person's life written by that person

vue wrote an autobiography because he want people to know about him
antithesis
contrast; opposite

a man is antithesis from a woman
autonomous
self-governing; independent

USA is a autonomous country
subconscious
not aware in the mind

tom got hit by a baseball and was subconscious for a while
invariably
consistently; always

jordan is invariably with his homework because he don't want to fail his class
antipathy
great hatred, opposition,or disgust

lee has antipathy against the teacher because the teacher gave him a F in class
revert
to return to a former practice or condition

the police promise a reversion to the city