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eccentric(adj.)
odd;different from normal or usual

the eccentric man fly in the air using his hands as wings
antidote(noun)
a substance that acts against a poison
The Doctor gave me a medicine that is antidote to snake bite
antithesis(noun)
opposite

Dictator's are antithesis to freedom
interminable(adj.)
endless;too long

he made an interminable speech during the meeting
reconcile(verb)
to bring to peace,agreement

the arbitrator reconcile the case of the two parties.
incongruous(adj.)
out of place;not consistent or in harmony

dancing in a congregation is incongruous to the church
antipathy(noun)
opposition,digust,great hatred

people antipathy toward the devilish work of terrorists.
invariabley(adverb)
consistently;always

Brazilians are invariably the hereos of world soccer
equivocal(adj.)
doubtful

A lecturer was asked a class equivocal question,which is ambiguous to respond
invariabley(adverb)
consistently;always

Brazilians are invariably the hereos of world soccer
equitable(adj.)
fair

every body needs equitable judgement
ingenious(adj.)
clever;inventive

he was such an ingenious student during his school time
revelation(noun)
dramatic disclosure

the revelation is done by the son of God for all human kind
exorbitant(adj.)
expensive;unreasonable;exceeding proper limits

Nike,Fila and Reebok are an exorbitant goods on market
equilibrium(noun)
stability

A plane hited by a force full wind and lost its equilibrium.
extricate(verb)
to free from difficulty;disentangle

fire fighters extricate the family from burning
subconscios(adj.,n.)
the part of mind that is beeath awareness (n.)

last time he did the test with subconscious
expliot(verb)
to take advantageof;to use(verb)
Abisinians subdue Oromia to exploit its natural resources
subordinate(adj.n.)
less important;of lower rank(adj.)

He is subordinate to the Director
impartial(adj.)
fair;just;not biased

the arbitrator was impartial to both parties
autobiography(n.)
account of a person's life written by that person

autobiography of Nelson Mandela is Long walk to freedom
revert(verb)
to turn to a former practice

he revert to his childhood when he drinks two bottle of beer
subdue(verb)
to under control,conquer

Oromia was subdue in 1900 A.D by Abisinian colonialism
autocratic(adj.)
having absolute power

Sadam Husen is an autocratic person in Iraq
autonomous(adj.)
self-governing;independent

Oromia shall be an autonomous region in east Africa