TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD VOCAB. PART 2

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inconsistent
NOT REGULAR OR PREDICTABLE
appalling
CAUSING DISMAY OR HORROR
haughty
ARROGANT
prerogative
A RIGHT OR PRIVILEGE RESTRICTED TO PEOPLE WITH POWER
preface
AN INTRODUCTION OR TO INTRODUCE SOMETHING
penitentiary
PRISON
resilient
ABLE TO BOUNCE BACK AFTER A HARDSHIP;
ABLE TO RECOVER OR REBOUND
succinct
BRIEF;
TO THE POINT;
EXPRESSED IN A FEW WORDS
futility
USELESSNESS;
BEING INEFFECTIVE OR USELESS
prominent
IMPORTANT;
THAT STANDS OUT
affluent
WEALTHY
sullen
GLOOMY;
SAD
ambidextrous
ABLE TO USE BOTH HANDS WITH EQUAL EASE
exodus
WHEN A LARGE GROUP LEAVE;
THE DEPARTURE OF EMIGRATION
subtlety
THE ACT OF BEING DIFFICULT TO PERCEIVE OR UNDERSTAND;
THE NICETY OF A CHARACTER OR MEANING
expunge
TO ERASE;
TO GET RID OF
caliber
ABILITY OR DEGREE OF COMPETENCE
relent
TO BACK OFF;
TO BECOME MORE COMPASSIONATE OR FORGIVING
remorse
DEEP, PAINFUL REGRET FOR WRONGDOING
obscure
NOT CLEAR OR PLAIN;
UNCERTAIN;
NOT EASILY SEEN OR HEARD
apprehension
SUSPICION OR FEAR OF FUTURE EVENTS;
OR ARREST
vocation
A JOB OR OCCUPATION
spurious
FALSE;
FAKE;
NO TRUE
florid
HAVING A FLORAL DESIGN OR PATTERN;
HAVING A ROSY COLOR (COMPLEXION)
perforate
TO PIERCE THROUGH OR POKE HOLES IN