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Circumscribe(v.)
To limit;to restrict;to enclose.

They should conistitute a new legacy that circumscribe freedom of speech,religion and self-independent.
Tenable(adj.)
Capable of being defended;logical.

Rebel leader decided that the bush was a tenable position for his troops.
Transformation(n.)
A complete change.

The new generation of my nation are working hard for transformation.
Staunch(adj.)
Faithful;firmly supporting.

the people of Oromia staunch OLF that leads them to libration.
Circumspect(adj.)
cautios;careful;considering results of action.

He is such a circumspect person to control his temper.
Extract(v.)
TO pull out;to draw out.

we used to extract edible oil from cereals.
Perverse(adj.)
Contrary;determined not to do what is expected or right.

My friend is perverse to Doctor's prescription.
Distraught(adj.)
Crazy with worry.

She is distraught about her husband who was kidnapped few years ago.
Transcend(v.)
To overcome;to go above limits

He is working hard to transcend the poverty tied his family in a slum.
Abstain(v.)
Not to do something by choice.

Oromo's are abstained from supporting Ethiopian fake naionalism.
Circumvent(v.)
To avoid;to outwit.

You should try to circumvent unnecessary words when you're tempered.
Dejected(adj.)
Depressed;downcast

My friend was dejected after he fail an interview for a job last week.
Inadvertently(adv.)
Unintentionally;by accident.

The collision of the two vehicles was inadvertently.
Status quo(n.)
The existing condition;present state of things.

The young generation challenged old adminstration officials to change the status quo of the country.
Adversary(n.)
Opponent;foe

The main two religions are adversary to each other.
Abduction(n.)
Kidnapping

The abduction of my cousin by government security forces was left a bad memory to his family.
Transitory(adj.)
short-lived;existing briefly;passing.

The point view of christianity says that life is transitory. except God, who lives for ever.
Eject(v.)
To force to leave;to expel

The rebels ejected the government soldiers from a strategic fighting zone.
Deduction(n.)
Something subtructed from a total.

The deduction made last week on my pay chack was not correct.
Conducive(adj.)
Contributing to;leading to.

The first degree offerd in Universities conducive to Masters degree.
Stature(n.)
Achievement level and honor.

My friend has great stature in the field of Technology.
Tenacious(adj.)
Firmly holding;gripping;retaining.

The gorrila rescued a three year old human baby and kept tenacious being falldown into ten meter deep hole.
Retract(v.)
To withdraw a promise or statement;to pull something back.

Inorder to make a peace the two countries have to retract their soldiers from the conflicting zone.