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Art of Confed

Difficult words from the Articles of Confederation

QuestionAnswer
To give out Emitted
An officer of the state or of the courts Magistrates
To challenge the credibility of someone or something Impeached
Top acquire usually something negative
A formal demand Requisition
Old English meaning "to this" Hereunto
Authority Jurisdiction
A claim upon someone or something Pretence
to make something last indefinitely perpetuate
military post or stationing of troops garrison
to impose levied
Combination of metals used in money alloys
A military Unit of soldiers regimental
To go back regress
A wanderer vagabonds
Act of revenge that is short of war reprisal
Old English word for "Frame" Stile
Economics and the entire support system of it Commerce
Body of representatives Legislature
Bear the expenses of defrayed
Something that already existed Antecedent
To give consent acceding
An undue burden or tax Impositions
A document given by a government that allows others to capture enemy ships and confiscate their goods Letters of Marque
To enter Ingress
A poor person Pauper
Advantage or compensation Emolument
Taxes imposts
Unable to be violated inviolably
as follows viz
to break with Breach
ready to occur imminent
To maintain or exist subsisting
To name denominated
Can be a situation or a pledge depending on how it used
Those who signed document below Undersigned
minor crimes against society Misdemeanor
Serious crimes against society Felonies
Items that can be bought sold
The act of violence or crime at sea Piracy
To give out Emitted
An officer of the state or of the courts Magistrates
To challenge the credibility of someone or something Impeached
Top acquire usually something negative
A formal demand Requisition
Old English meaning "to this" Hereunto
Authority Jurisdiction
A claim upon someone or something Pretence
to make something last indefinitely perpetuate
Created by: dsalvucci