Type
Crossword
Description

To force Impel
To be provided Endowed
Wrongful seizures of power Ursurpations
Unlimited power Despotism
Oppressive power exerted by a government or ruler Tyranny
Soldiers hired to fight for a country that is not their own Foreign Mercenaries
Violation of trust Perfidy
Rebellions Insurrections
Asked formally for a correction of wrongs Petitioned for Redress
Generous spirit Magnanimity
Common ancestry Consanguinity
Consent to, to give in Acquiesce
Rightness Rectitude
Something that can't be taken away Unalienable
To be set free from obligation Absolved
Good judgement Prudence
To give up Abdicated
Lodging or housing Quartering
Causing dread Formidable
Unjustified authority Unwarrantable juris.

American Revolution Word Search

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Description

Formidable
Quartering
Abdicated
Prudence
Absolved
Unalienable
Rectitude
Acquiesce
Consanguinity
Magnanimity
Petitioned for Redress
Insurrections
Perfidy
Mercenaries
Foreign
Tyranny
Despotism
Usurpations
Endowed
Impel

American Revolution Word Search

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Description

ABIGAIL SMITH
ABSOLVED
BENEDICT ARNOLD
BENJAMIN FRANKILN
BETSY ROSS
BUNKER HILL
CONCORD
DESPOTISM
ENDOWED
FOREIGN MERCENARIES
FORMIDABLE
IMPEL
JOHN ADAMS
JOHN HOWE
LEXINGTON
MARY DRAPER
MOLLY PITCHER
PATRICK HENRY
PAUL REVERE
PERFIDY
PRUDENCE
QUARTING
RECTITUDE
SUGAR ACT
TEA ACT
THOMAS JEFFERSON
TRENTON
TYRANNY
VALLEY FORGE
YORKTOWN

American Revolution Word Search

Type
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Description

FORMIDABLE
QUARTERING
ABDICATED
PRUDENCE
ABSOLVED
UNALIENABLE
RECTITUDE
ACQUIESCE
CONSANGUINITY
MAGNANMITY
UNWARRANTED JURISDICTION
PETITIONED FOR REDRESS
INSURRECTIONS
PERFIDY
FOREIGN MERCENARIES
TYRANNY
DESPOTISM
USURPATIONS
ENDOWED
IMPEL

Declaration of Independence Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to force to do something impel
wrongful seizures of power usurpations
clearly displays evinces
unlimited power despotism
fair candid
not based on law arbitrary
make render
violation of trust perfidy
oppressive power exerted by a government of ruler tyranny
soldiers hired to fight for a country not their own mercenaries
rebellions insurrections
asked formally for a correction of wrongs redress
authority juisdiction
generous spirit magnanimity
gently called upon conjured
common ancestry consanguinity
consent to acquiesce
rightness rectitude
priceless inestimable
causing dread formidable
destruction annihilation
violent disturbances convulsions
setting aside land for settlement appropriation
lodging quartering

Declaration of Independence Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

give an income to a person. Endow
on every occasion. Invariably
an amount of money that must be paid and collect by the government for another authority. Levey
where something is left for safe keeping. Dipository
soldier paid by foreign country to fight in an army. mercenary
wisdom; good judgement. prudence
lasting for only a short time. Transient
wrongful or illegal infringement or seizure. usurpations
truthful and straightforward. candid
the expression of approval or agreement. assent
inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large or powerful. formidable
the closing down or dismissal of an assembly, partnership, or official body. dissolution
the action of taking something for one's own use. appropriation
renounce one's own throne. abdicated
a state of complete emptiness or destruction. desolation
untrustworthy. perfidy
a violent uprising against an authority. insurrections
remedy or set right. redress
not able to be authorized, or unjustifiable. unwarrantable
generous in forgiving an insult. magnanimity
to deny any responsibility or support for. disavow
relationship by descent from a common ancestor; kinship consanguinity
accept something reluctantly but without protest. acquiesce
morally correct behavior or thinking. rectitude
set or declare someone free from blame. absolved
reveal the presence of. evince
possible to endure. sufferable
the exercise of absolute power. despotism
a permanent, professional army, composted of full-time soldiers. standingarmy
set in motion or establish. institute

American Revolution Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

acquiese
quartering
formidable
abdicated
prudence
absolved
unalienable
rectitude
petitioned for redress
insurrections
perfidy
foreign mercenaries
tyranny
despotism
usurpations
endowed
impel

Social Studies Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

unwarrantable justice
relenquish
annihilation
tyranny
arbitrsryconjured
endowed
despotism
inestimable
evinces
candid
Abdicated
petitioned for redress
Consanguinity
Rectitude
Foreign Mercenaries
Naturalization
Tenure
Formidable
Insurrections
Acquiesce'
A Multitude of
Convulsions
Impel
Quatering
Magnanimity
Render
Usurpations
Appropriations of Lands
Perdify

declaration of independence Word Search

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Description

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acquiesce
annihilation
arbitrary
candid
common sense
conjured
consanguinity
convusion
declaration
despotism
endowed
evinces
fprmidable
impel
independence
inestimatable
insurrections
loyalists
magnanimity
patriots
perdify
quartering
rectitude
relinquish
render
tenure
tyranny

Declaration of Independence Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Dignity Station
to urge forward Impel
known to ones self without needing proof self evident
to furnish Endowed
to receive from a source deriving
discretion prudence
lasting only a short time transient
an act of wrongful or illegal enroachment usurpations
to show clearly evinces
absolute or autocratic government despotism
tolerance sufferance
honest candid
safekeeping depository
breaking of a bond dissolutions
destroying annihilation
taking without consent appropriations
holding something tenure
power jurisdiction
having unlimited power arbitrary
rebellion insurrection
disown disavow
close relationship consanguinity
moral virtue rectitude
an imposing or collection levy

Declaration Of Independence Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

drive, force, or urge (someone) to do something Impel
give or bequeath an income or property to (a person or institution) Endowed
take (a position of power or importance) illegally or by force Usurpations
the exercise of absolute power, especially in a cruel and oppressive way Despotism
to voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up Relinquish
too great to calculate Inestimable
destroy utterly; obliterate annihilation
a violent social or political upheaval convulsions
the conditions under which land or buildings are held or occupied Tenure
the provision of accommodations or lodgings, especially for troops Quartering
covertly send (a foreign criminal or terrorist suspect) for interrogation abroad; subject to extraordinary rendition. Render
(of a monarch) renounce one's throne Adbicated
deceitfulness; untrustworthiness Perfidy
a violent uprising against an authority or government Insurrections
relating to or denoting people descended from the same ancestor consanguinity
morally correct behavior or thinking; righteousness rectitude
the state of being happy Happiness
the right to make a complaint to, or seek the assistance of, one's government, without fear of punishment or reprisals Petition for redress