Unit 4 vocabulary words
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an armed struggle or war.
two or more people, groups, or countries that agree to support each other, sometimes during war.
done without the formal approval of the person or group in charge.
a group of ordinary citizen soldiers rather than professional soldiers.
to cover with things that are meant to be thrown or put away.
to have as a point of beginning.
areas of land or countries that are controlled by another country or ruler.
when someone or something has been so changed that you can no longer identify it, that person or thing has become unrecognizable.
to be full (to the point of overflowing).
no longer in existence
liked something better than something else.
the group of individuals that includes people of high rank or class, often by birth.
to reject from becoming a law.
to control how something is to be done.
avoided being caught.
people who bring things into a place illegally.
to be destined or already expected to do something, usually negative or unpleasant.
something important that is given immediate attention by the person who sees it as an important thing to do.
to be gotten rid of.
refers to taxes, especially those for the import of goods.
of great numbers.
things that are in conflict with each other.
modest, not fancy or overstated.
doing something in a distinctive and superb way.
opposition or being against something.
to be against something, in belief or action.
refers to something that is uncomplicated, not fancy.
the offense of attempting to overthrow a government by someone who is supposed to be loyal to that government
to be recognized positively for something.
completely committed to something or someone.
a noteworthy success.
a task or problem that one finds interesting and exciting.
apparant or easily seen by observation.
to move into action
someone who gives something to someone or something.
good judgment in the use of resources, such as money.
something came together with something else.
to be released from an obligation or commitment.
requests to a court to review a decision of a lower court.
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