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Ingenious
Cclever;inventive

My father is ingenious when it comes to school.
Revert
To return to a former practice or condition

Sometimes i forget where I am and I revert to my childhood
Interminable
Endless; too long

Sometimes my mother gives me then inferminable talks.
Antithesis
Contrast; opposite
Incogruous
Out of place; not consistent or in harmany

My new freinds made me feel incogrous at the party
Equitable
fair;just

Our government needs to be more equitable to our needs
Eccentric
odd;different from normal or usual

Lot of people talk about people who are eccentric.
Equivocal
Open to different interpretations, often misleading or avoiding the truth

Alot of people equivocal to avoid what people are saying
Extricate
To free from difficulty; to disentangle

My dad extricate the girl form the robber
Subordinate
Less important,of lower rank

My sister is subordinate to me.
Exorbitant
Expensive;exceeding proper limits

My boyfriend said that I was exorbitant
Equitable
Fair;just

The state needs to be more equitable about kids.
Impartial
Fair;just; not biased

My two bestfreinds were impartial to myb new boy friend
Equilibrium
Balance between forces; stability
Autonomous
self-governing; independent

I wish that we had an autonomous government
Equilibrium
Balance between forces; stability

I need to keep my equilibrium straight, so I can forces.
Exploit
To take advantage of; to use

My friend tried to exploit me out of buying her some new shoes.
Equilibrium
Balance between forces; stability

My baby does have good equilibruim yet
Subdue
To conquer or bring under control

I had to subdue my attitude towards the teacher
Reconcile
To bring to peace, agreement

My mother made me sign a reconcile.
Antithesis
Contrast; opposite

My sister was very antithesis towards my feelings
Autobiography
Account of a person's life written by that person

We had to write an autobiogrphy about us.
Autocratic
Having absolute power;domineering

Saddam has autocratic over his country
Antipathy
great hatred, oppostion, or disgust
Antidote
A substance that acts againist a poison
Revelation
Dramatic disclosure, surprising news

My boyfriend came in an d revelation that he was gay
Subconscious
Not aware in the mind

My subconscious told me to run away from home.