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35 terms

To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 19-31

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induce
to provoke, to get something started
volition
a person's free will
candid
honest, not hiding anything
indicted
accused of a crime
discreet
maintaining privacy, not revealing anything
peeved
irritated
relent
to let up
remorse
regret, feeling badly about something
tacit
unspoken and unwritten but understood
tranquil
calm or quiet
roused
disturbed, woken up
wallow
to roll around, to lay around and linger in something
cynical
to believe people are not sincere
obscure
to hide
furtive
secretive
adamant
insistent, to hold a belief firmly
sordid
morally bad, disgusting, sleazy
squalid
extremely bad condition due to poverty
poverty
the condition of being very poor, having no money
queasy
sick feeling
communal
belonging to everyone
replenish
to refill or restock
brevity
shortness, briefness
recluse
a person who lives a private life away from society
compel
to force
purloin
to steal
purloined
stolen
gait
an animal's way of walking and moving
pester
bother
bland
boring due to lack of taste or detail
garish
bad appearance because of too much detail or bright color
astounded
completely surprised
elude
escape
competent
to have good skills at something
reprimand
a verbal or written punishment