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English vocab

Unalieanable rights that cannot be taken away
Usurpations Acts of unlawful or forceful seizure of property,power,rights and the like
Prudance Sound judgement
Despotism rule by a tyrant or king with unlimited power
Rectitude Morally correct behavior or thinking
Candid unbiased;fair
Endowed provide with a quality, ability, or asset
Evinces indicates; makes clear
Magnanimity Nobility of spirit
Consanguinity Kinship; family relationship
Acquiesce Accept quietly
Assent Agreement
Convulsions A violent social or political uphearal
Abdicated Given up responsibility for
Transient Temporary
Disarow Deny any responsibility or support for
Perdify Betrayal of trust
Tyrants An absolute ruler
Created by: RiffRaff37