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concede
to acknowledge as true or real
deceased
no longer living
egress
an exit
gradation
a degree or stage in a series of gradual changes
gradient
slope
predecessor
someone or something that comes before another
regress
to go back
secession
the act of withdrawing
transgress
to go beyond or over
unprecedented
not having occured before
analogous
similer in cirten qualities
antithesis
direct contrast; opposition
comparable
having like traits
deviate
to differ or move away from
differentiate
to serve as the distinction between
disparity
the condition or fact of being unequal in age, rank, or degree
heterogeneous
consisting of dissimilar elements
homogeneous
consisting of elements of a similar or related nature
nuance
a subtle or slight degree of difference
tantamount
equivalent in significance, effect, or value
autonomy
independence
despot
a ruler having absolute power or authority
feudal
characteristic of a social and economic system of government used in Europe
hegemony
dominion or control
hierarchy
an order of persons
prerogative
a right or privilege
regime
agovernment or something in power
sovereign
th cheif of state
totalitarian
refering to a government that has power over all aspects of life
usurp
to seize and retain the rights of
undemonstrative
restrained in expression or feeling
juggernut
a massive force
indignation
anger arroused by something unjust
abhor
loathe
ebullition
a sudden violent outburst
disquietude
anxiety, agitation
multifarious
diverse