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addictive
A cigarette is a very addictive substance. *
appreciative
He was very appreciative about the food. *
attractive
She found him very attractive.
sensitive
A sensitive person can be easily upset.
laxative
The nurse gave a laxative to the patient. *
creative
Yours is an original and very creative idea. *
locomotive
The Flying Scotsman train is a very well know locomotive. *
accommodation
That accommodation was the best. *
protection
Some people employ bodyguards for protection.
condensation
Condensation is the change from a gas to a liquid or solid. *
contradictory
The results were contradictory. *
appropriate
Your behaviour hasn't been appropriate today.
conscientious
The doctor was conscientious in his work.
negligible

provincial
Auxiliaries in the Roman army were recruited from provincial tribal groups who did not have Roman citizenship. *

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