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To Kill a Mockingbird chapters 3-6

To Kill a Mockingbird chapters 3-6
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auspicious
(adj.): favorable
melancholy
(adj.): sad and gloomy
asinine
(adj.): stupid; silly
benign
(adj.) kind and gentle
cordiality
(n.): sincere affection and kindness
edification
(n.): education; instruction
inquisitive
(adj.): questioning; prying
morbid
(adj.): gruesome; horrible
ensuing
(adj.): something that comes immediately after something else.
malignant
(adj.): dangerous; evil
prowess
(n.): superior ability or skill
ramshackle
(adj.): loose or rickety; about to fall apart
waning
(adj.): becoming less bright,intense, or strong.
amiable
(adj.): friendly
contentious
(adj.): always ready to argue or fight
diminutive
(adj.): smaller than ordinary
discernible
(adj.): understandable
fractious
(adj.): mean or cross
tranquility
(n.): peacefulness; serenity