38 terms

To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary #4 - Final Test

To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
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dispelled
driven away
pensive
thoughtful
infallible
perfect; unerring
inaudible
unable to be heard
oblivious
unaware
encumbered
burdened
persevere
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstacles
acquainted
made familiar with
acquired
To gain possession of
adjacent
near, next to, adjoining.
amiably
good-naturedly; in a friendly way; pleasantly; agreeably
begrudge
To resent another's success; to give with reluctance
contemporaries
all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age
debating
deliberating; considering
defendant
In a criminal action, the person or party accused of an offense.
emerge
come out into view, as from concealment
entrusted
given over to another for care or protection
evasion
avoidance; escape
extract
To forcibly draw forth; pull out
fanatical
Acting excessively enthusiastic; filled with extreme, unquestioned devotion
fraud
a deliberate deception intended to secure unfair or unlawful gain
improbable
not likely to be true or to occur or to have occurred
indulge
yielding to the wishes or demands of others
ingenuous
innocent, simple; frank, sincere
irked
Annoyed; irritated
irrelevant
Not to the point, not applicable or pertinent
isolate
Seclude
malignant
deadly, extremely harmful, evil; spiteful
obscure
Difficult to see
pauper
an extremely poor person
peril
fraught with danger
pursuits
activities; hobbies; interests
stealthy
acting in a secret and sneaky way
subsequent
coming after; following in time, place, or order
subtlety
The quality of being difficult to detect or analyze
sustain
To support for an extended period of time
tyranny
Cruel and oppressive government or rule
unanimous
Being in complete agreement.