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TermDefinition
annihilation destruction
revolution the overthrow or replacement if an established government.
unalienable Incapable of being taken away.
First Continental Congress A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide how to respond to the closing of Boston Harbor, increased taxes, and abuses of authority by the British government:
Second Continental Congress A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide how to react to fighting at Lexington and Concord.
minutemen American colonial militia members ready to fight at a minute's notice.
quartering Lodging, housing
insurrections Rebellions
arbitrary Not based on law.
abdicated Given up.
acquiesce Consent to.
consanguinity Common ancestry.
magnanimity Generous spirit.
despotism Unlimited power.
Hessian German soldiers serving in the British forces in The American Revolution.
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