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invariably(adverb)

in-var'e-e-ble
lakers invariably win the nba final every year.
subconscious(adjective,noun)

sub-kon'shes
when you are sleeping you are subconscious.
ingenious(adjective)

in-jen'yes
Plato was an ingenious scientist.
equilibrium

ekwe-lib're-em
balancebetween forces;stability


The equilibrium of the body comes from the spinal cord.
interminable(adjective)

in-tur'me-ne-bel
Because of the interminable nature of the match last night i left before the end.
eccentric(adjective)

ek-sen'trik
The girl behavor towards the teacher was eccentric
exorbitant(adjective)

ig-zor'bi-tent
Because of the exorbitant price of the shirt i could not afford it.
antithesis(noun)

an tith'i-sis
contrast; opposite

The antithesis of good is dad.
antidote(noun)

an ti dot
a substance that acts against poison
I used antidote when i was intoxicated.
exploit(verb)

ik-sploit';
I was exploited by my friend when we were living together.
subordinate(adjective,noun)

se-bor'de-nit;
The subordinate of the Secretary of State was aked to attend the Summit in Israel.
autocratic(adjective)

o'te-krat'ek
African leaders are autocratic
impartial(adjective)

im-par'shel
The judge was impartial with the case between John and Susan.
revert(verb)

ri-vurt'
John reverts to his old habit of smoking after stopping two months ago.
autoboigraphy(noun)

o-to-bi-og're-fe
The autobiography of Malcolm X.
equitable(adjective)

ek'wi-te-bel
fair, just

The hennepin court judge judgement was equitable.
subdue(verb)

seb-doo'
The Germans subdue the French during World War I.
reconcile(verb)

rek'en-sil'
I reconcile with my friend yesterday after two years of problems.
extricate(verb)

ek'stri-kat
Some mine workers were extricated two month ago.
antipathy(noun)

an-tip'ethe
greathatred,opposition,ordisgust
I was antpathy with my brother that i had to move to my own apartment.
equivocal (adjective)

i-kwiv'e-kel
The boy's equivocal statement towards the mother of his sister makes me to think he was the one who kills her.
revelation(noun)

re'e-la'shen
I got a revelation this morning that my friend has lost his sister.
incongruous(adjective)

in-kong'groo-es
Jenny yellow shirt look incongruous with her white pants and black shoes.