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Study the word list: Year 8 History Autumn term

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cavalry

infantry

jury
The jury said he was guilty. *
defence British English spelling
The weakness in defence allowed the other teams to score goals. *
prosecution

rebellion
A rebellion is open, organized, and armed resistance to a government or ruler. *
motion
He went along in a forward motion. *
excommunicate

monastery
The abbot lived in the monastery.
nunnery

abbot
The abbot lived in the monastery.
unscrupulous

dissolution

Protestant

Catholic
A catholic may go to a Requiem mass. *
commemorative

reliable
She's my most reliable worker.
reliability

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