who resists authority or restriction.
||One who rises against or offers resistance to an established norm, government, or ruler
||A colonist of the American Revolution that supported the British, often called a Tory
||Controlling and hiding information from others
||a long stretch of soldiers that fight in a forward motion.
||Move goods or other things such as people in secret or in a hidden manner, sometimes illegally
||A crime against one's own country, especially when trying to kill the person in charge
||Cancel a decision or choice
||A preliminary, introductory, or beginning statement
||A time of heavy, continuous gunfire
person who gains excessive profits, esp. by selling scarce commodities
at very high prices.
||Alter appearance in order to conceal true identity
troop of infantry consisting of at least two battalions.