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Protesting Natl Anth

CPS_Su18_Wk2: Protesting the National Anthem

TermDefinition
violate break, abuse, defy, infringe
"brought a suit" filed a legal suit in a court of law, sued, charged, brought charges against
compel force, induce, require, coerce, make, twist someone's arm
clarify make clear, explain, simplify, shed light on, spell out, clear up
intimidate threaten, frighten, scare, bully, terrify, scare
withhold refuse, deny, hold back, refuse to give up (something)
"opt out" decline, refuse, decide against (doing something)
sufficient enough, adequare, satisfactory, plenty, an appropriate amount
justify defend, excuse, rationalize, give good reason for, give explanation for
restriction limit, control, curb, check, "draw the line at (a certain point)"
landmark significant, historic, ground-breaking, important, game-changing
voluntary deliberately chosen, intentional, not forced or coerced
Created by: ProfMahoney