[ oh-boh-tey ]
/ oʊˈboʊ teɪ /
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(Apollo) Milton, 1924–2005, Ugandan political leader: president 1966–71 and 1980–85.
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Words nearby Obote
oboe d'amour, oboist, obol, obole, obolus, Obote, obovate, obovoid, O'Boyle, obpyriform, Obrecht
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How to use Obote in a sentence
Coutts informed Obote that it was the Queen who had personally chosen her cousin to represent her.
If the Queen could not come, Obote wanted either the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother or Princess Margaret.
Obote discussed the issue with other politicians and they accepted the Duke.
British Dictionary definitions for Obote
/ (ɒˈbəʊteɪ, -tɪ) /
(Apollo) Milton . 1924–2005, Ugandan politician; prime minister of Uganda (1962–66) and president (1966–71; 1980–85). He was deposed by Amin in 1971 and remained in exile until 1980; deposed again in 1985 by the Acholi army
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