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To Kill A Mockingbird

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Piety
religious devotion
Taciturn
not fond of talking
Eccentric
odd, peculiar
Malevolent
wishing evil or harm on others; spiteful
Nebulous
unclear, vague
Erratic
irregular
Condescension
a haughty or patronizing attitude
Contentious
argumentative
Auspicious
favorable; prosperous
benevolent
kindly, charitable
Inquisitive
asking many questions; curious
Edification
moral or spiritual improvement
unfathomable
unable to understand fully
desolate
left alone; solitary; lonely
Ascertain
to make sure of
aberrations
a deviation from what is normal
analogous
similar or comparable in certain respects
obsterperous
noisy, boisterous
provacation
something that stuirs up or provokes
inconspicuous
not noticeable
mausoleum
a large, magnificent tomb
apoplectic
showing symptoms of a stroke
oppressive
hard to bear; harsh
cantankerous
cranky; quarrelsome
altercation
an angry argument
denunciation
an expression of strong disapproval
enamored
inflamed with love
elusive
difficult to describe or understand
antagonize
to arouse dislike in
placid
calm or peaceful; tranquil
ominous
unfavorable, threatening
venerable
deserving respect because of age or character
amiable
friendly
acrimonious
bitter
ambidextrous
able to use both hands equally well
impudent
shamelessly bold or rude
expunge
to erase
temerity
reckless boldness; foolhardiness
vengeance
punishment for a wrong; revenge
feral
wild; untamed; savage
furtive
secret; sly; stealthy
vehement
showing strong feeling; passionate
bovine
an ox or cow
impertinent
rudely bold
spurious
not coming from the right source; False, counterfeit
mortification
a feeling of shame, humiliation
acquiescence
agreement; consent without objection