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Honors English 2 Vocabulary: To Kill a Mockingbird
assuaged
impotent
taciturn
inhabited
(vb.): to assuage is to lessen or to calm. Therefore, if Jem'…
(adj.): powerless. Simon's fury and anger regarding the Civil…
(adj.): almost always silent. Apparently, Aunt Alexandra's hu…
(n.): residents
assuaged
(vb.): to assuage is to lessen or to calm. Therefore, if Jem'…
impotent
(adj.): powerless. Simon's fury and anger regarding the Civil…
English 10 Honors To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary
assuage
morbid
compel
judicious
to relieve
depressing ; concerned with death
to push or force someone to do something
having good judgement
assuage
to relieve
morbid
depressing ; concerned with death
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English 2 Honors To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
Predilection
Taciturn
Amble
Entailment
A preference or special liking
Habitually quiet, uncommunicative
Walk or move at a slow pace
A law that property inheritance stays within the same family
Predilection
A preference or special liking
Taciturn
Habitually quiet, uncommunicative
English 2 Honors To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab
talcum
collard
vapid
predilection
A cosmetic consisting of the mineral talc in powdered form.
A cabbage of a variety that doesn't develop a heart.
Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging.
A preference or special liking for something; a bias in favor…
talcum
A cosmetic consisting of the mineral talc in powdered form.
collard
A cabbage of a variety that doesn't develop a heart.
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Set #2 - Honors English 10
remorse
obscure
diligent
frivolous
a feeling of deep regret, usually for some misdeed
not known to many people; not clearly seen or understood; to…
hardworking and careful in completing tasks, often continuing…
not serious, silly (in attitude); trivial or unimportant (in…
remorse
a feeling of deep regret, usually for some misdeed
obscure
not known to many people; not clearly seen or understood; to…
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English 9 Honors: To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary
Acrimonious
Auspicious
Benevolence
Bland
Adjective; Caustic, stinging, or bitter in nature
Adjective; Promising success; favorable
Noun; Goodwill; charitableness
Adjective; Lacking strong characteristics
Acrimonious
Adjective; Caustic, stinging, or bitter in nature
Auspicious
Adjective; Promising success; favorable
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English 2 Honors To Kill a Mockingbird Roots Quiz 1
Valediction
Stoicism
Ignomonous
Expository
Farewell Speech
Indifference to Sensation
Disgraceful
Explanetory
Valediction
Farewell Speech
Stoicism
Indifference to Sensation
English I Honors "To Kill A Mockingbird" Chapter Two Vocabulary
transaction
indigenous
seceded
Catawba
deal
occurring naturally; native
withdrew; became separate
native American grape
transaction
deal
indigenous
occurring naturally; native
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To kill a mockingbird Mr Tosto Honors English 2
Arhtur "Boo" Radley
Link Deas
Calpurnia
Tom Robinson
A recluse who never sets foot outside his house, he dominates…
Tom Robinson's employer
The Finch's black cook
The black field hand accused of rape
Arhtur "Boo" Radley
A recluse who never sets foot outside his house, he dominates…
Link Deas
Tom Robinson's employer
English I Honors "To Kill A Mockingbird" Chapter One Vocabulary
Assuaged
Apothecary
Piety
Strictures
Eased
Old-time pharmacist, who prepared and sold medicinal drugs
Devotion to a religious deity
Restriction
Assuaged
Eased
Apothecary
Old-time pharmacist, who prepared and sold medicinal drugs
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Honors English 1- To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Definitions (26-28)
Carcass
Contraption
Crooning
Eccentricities
(n.) The body of a human or animal.
(n.) A mechanical gadget or device.
(v.) A soft singing or humming.
(n.) Oddities or peculiarities in conduct.
Carcass
(n.) The body of a human or animal.
Contraption
(n.) A mechanical gadget or device.
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Set #1 - Honors English 10
assuage
pious
taciturn
eccentric
to soothe; to make something less unpleasant or frightening;…
behaving in a highly moral or religious manner, or (less comm…
habitually reserved and uncommunicative(adj), very very quiet…
unconventional or strange(adj), or a person with such traits(n)
assuage
to soothe; to make something less unpleasant or frightening;…
pious
behaving in a highly moral or religious manner, or (less comm…
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Honors English Exam Review: To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
Assuaged
Piety
Dictum
Chattels
to provide physical relief
religious
formal speech, lecture
personal as opposed to real property
Assuaged
to provide physical relief
Piety
religious
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English 2 : Vocabulary : To Kill A Mockingbird
taciturn
amble
erratic
ramshackle
adj.; reserved in speech; inclined to be silent; reluctant to…
v.; to go at a slow, easy pace; to stroll
adj.; deviating from the usual or proper course; eccentric or…
adj.; loosely made or held together; rickety or shaky
taciturn
adj.; reserved in speech; inclined to be silent; reluctant to…
amble
v.; to go at a slow, easy pace; to stroll
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English To Kill a Mockingbird vocabulary 2
Scold (n.)
Spittoon (n.)
Strictures (n.)
Taciturn (adj.)
A person who ______; someone who often finds fault with peopl…
Jar-like container to spit into; usually used to spit tobacco…
Conditions or rules... Ant. Freedoms
Almost always silent. Apparently, Alexandra's husband was a v…
Scold (n.)
A person who ______; someone who often finds fault with peopl…
Spittoon (n.)
Jar-like container to spit into; usually used to spit tobacco…
English: To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 2
Rudiment(s)
Articulate
Melancholy
Rectitude
basics; fundamentals
fluent, able to express yourself
gloomy
honesty; integrity
Rudiment(s)
basics; fundamentals
Articulate
fluent, able to express yourself
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English 11 - To Kill A Mockingbird: Vocabulary # 2
amiable
tacit
quibbling
benevolence
agreeable; friendly; congenial
implied; expressed or carried on without words
arguing; making petty distinctions or irrelevant observations…
an act of kindness; generosity
amiable
agreeable; friendly; congenial
tacit
implied; expressed or carried on without words
Honors English 10 To Kill A Mockingbird Set #2
Remorse
Obscure
Diligent
Frivolous
a feeling of deep regret
Not known to many people
hard-working
silly, unimportant in content
Remorse
a feeling of deep regret
Obscure
Not known to many people
English To Kill A Mockingbird Part 2 Vocabulary
Beholden
Garish
Reverent
Caste
(Adj) having a duty to someone; synonym: indebted, obligated
(Adj) unpleasantly bright and Showy; synonym: glaring, showy,…
(Adj) having deep or Solemn respect; synonym: devout, respect…
(Noun) A social class; usually one of you are born into; syno…
Beholden
(Adj) having a duty to someone; synonym: indebted, obligated
Garish
(Adj) unpleasantly bright and Showy; synonym: glaring, showy,…
English To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary List 2
Venerable adj
Myopic adj
Succinct adj
Acquiesce v
Deserving to be regarded with reverence; impressive by reason…
Nearsighted
Terse, curt, concise
To accept w/o protest
Venerable adj
Deserving to be regarded with reverence; impressive by reason…
Myopic adj
Nearsighted
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English To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 2
Impassive
Credibility
Statute
Vehement
Expressionless
Believability
Law
Intense
Impassive
Expressionless
Credibility
Believability
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English To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 2
Contentious
Qualms
Infallible
Venerable
Qurralsome
Misgivings, Doubts
Perfect, Faultless
Respected, Admired
Contentious
Qurralsome
Qualms
Misgivings, Doubts
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English To Kill a Mockingbird vocabulary 2
Accost
Procure
Caricature
Dire
to approach or address
to obtain
a picture that is used to make fun of someone in some way
something that is extremely urgent or serious
Accost
to approach or address
Procure
to obtain
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary English 2
Consult
Unsullied
Satisfactory
Tyrannical
To seek advice or infomation.
Not soiled or untarnished.
The act after you have fulfilled a demand or request.
Of or characteristics of a tyrant, harsh or cruel.
Consult
To seek advice or infomation.
Unsullied
Not soiled or untarnished.
English vocabulary To Kill A Mockingbird book 2
Acquiesce
Congenital
Contentious
Expunged
accept something reluctantly but without protest
having a particular trait from birth or by firmly established…
causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial
erase or remove completely
Acquiesce
accept something reluctantly but without protest
Congenital
having a particular trait from birth or by firmly established…
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English - To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 2
Ecclesiastical
Contentious
Attribute
Rectitude
Having to do with church
Hard to get along with
Quality; trait
Morality
Ecclesiastical
Having to do with church
Contentious
Hard to get along with
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English - To Kill A Mockingbird Unit 2 Vocabulary
amiable
condescension
contentious
discern
(adj.)... friendly and pleasant
(n.)... the attitude or behavior of people who believe they are…
(adj.)... likely to cause people to argue or disagree
(v.)... to perceive or recognize something; to distinguish with…
amiable
(adj.)... friendly and pleasant
condescension
(n.)... the attitude or behavior of people who believe they are…
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English To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 2
Remorse N.
Apprehension N.
Ascertain V.
Recluse N.
A feeling of being sorry for doing something bad in the past
Anxiety, dread, fear
To learn or find out
A person who lives in seclusion
Remorse N.
A feeling of being sorry for doing something bad in the past
Apprehension N.
Anxiety, dread, fear
ENGLISH VOCABULARY TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD UNIT 2
Unfathomable
Aberrations
Analogous
Invective
(Adj)... Impossible to undersyand
(N)... Changes from the norm
(Adj)... Comparable;corresponding in some way
(N)... Insulting and/or vile language
Unfathomable
(Adj)... Impossible to undersyand
Aberrations
(N)... Changes from the norm
English 2 To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 3
Abhorrent (adj)
Abscond (v)
Acquit (v)
Dignity (n)
Very repugnant; hateful; disgusting, loathesome
To depart suddenly and secretly, as for the purpose of escapi…
To free or clear, as from accusation
The quality or state of being worthy of esteem or respect.
Abhorrent (adj)
Very repugnant; hateful; disgusting, loathesome
Abscond (v)
To depart suddenly and secretly, as for the purpose of escapi…
Honors English Vocabulary Set#7 Chapter 18 to End of 'To Kill a Mockingbird
Perpetrate
Cynical
Obscure
Credibility
To Carry out for To Commit... Verb
Openly negative person; some who uses sarcasm... Adjective
Hidden; Hard to find... Adjective
be livability... Noun
Perpetrate
To Carry out for To Commit... Verb
Cynical
Openly negative person; some who uses sarcasm... Adjective
English 2/10 To Kill a Mockingbird Ch. 1-10 Vocabulary
ascertaining
aberrations
analogous
bewildered
to make certain
straying from right or normal ways
resemblance of two unlike things
confused
ascertaining
to make certain
aberrations
straying from right or normal ways
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Honors English 1- To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Definitions (Chapter 9-11)
Analogous
Antagonized
Articulate
Contemporaries
(adj.) Possessing connections; similarities.
(v.) Created an enemy or an antagonist.
(v.) To speak clearly and in distinct syllables.
(n.) Those who exist or live at the same time.
Analogous
(adj.) Possessing connections; similarities.
Antagonized
(v.) Created an enemy or an antagonist.
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Honors English 1- To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Definitions (Chapter 16-18)
Acrimonious
Corroborating
Countenance
Frank
(adj.) Bitter, stinging; caustic in nature or speech.
(v.) Making more certain; double-checking; conspiring.
(n.) Appearance; face.
(v.) direct and unreserved in speech.
Acrimonious
(adj.) Bitter, stinging; caustic in nature or speech.
Corroborating
(v.) Making more certain; double-checking; conspiring.
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Honors English 1- To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Definitions Chapters (29-31)
Acquiescence
Connived
Contradict
Craw
(n.) An agreement or consent in silence.
(v.) Cooperated in secret; conspired.
(v.) To assert the contrary or opposite of.
(n.) The stomach of an animal.
Acquiescence
(n.) An agreement or consent in silence.
Connived
(v.) Cooperated in secret; conspired.
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Honors English 1- To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Definitions (Chapter 5- 8)
Aloof
Benevolence
benign
Bewilderment
(adj.) Distant; unfeeling
(n.) Inclination to perform charitable acts
(adj.) Compassionate; incapable of causing harm
(n.) Condition of being confused
Aloof
(adj.) Distant; unfeeling
Benevolence
(n.) Inclination to perform charitable acts
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English Vocabulary Chpt. 1&2 To Kill a Mockingbird
Assuaged
Piety
Impotent
Taciturn
Eased
Devotion to religious duty
Helpless
Silent
Assuaged
Eased
Piety
Devotion to religious duty
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Honors English 1- To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Definitions (Chapters 12-15)
Acquired
Altercation
Compensation
Contemptuously
(v.) Obtained possession of something.
(n.) An angry dispute; quarrel.
(n.) Something given to make up for something else.
(adv.) Showing contempt; scornfully.
Acquired
(v.) Obtained possession of something.
Altercation
(n.) An angry dispute; quarrel.
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To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Honors English 10 Mrs. Crystol's Class
Repertoire
Vexations
Predilection
Ambled
A list of dramas, operas, and peices that have been prepared…
state of annoyance or irritation
tendency to think favorable of a particular thing, preference
slow and easy pace, stroll
Repertoire
A list of dramas, operas, and peices that have been prepared…
Vexations
state of annoyance or irritation
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To Kill A Mockingbird A.J dimon high school Honors English vocabulary, characters, quotes for final test
malevolent
vexation
auspicious
asinine
wishing evil or harm to another
irritation; annoyance
promising success
foolish, unintelligent, or silly
malevolent
wishing evil or harm to another
vexation
irritation; annoyance
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English To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary #2 9th Grade
Scold
Spittoon
Strictures
Taciturn
(N) a person who scolds; that is, someone who often finds fau…
(N) a jar-like container to spit into; usually used to spit t…
(N) conditions or rules... Ant: freedoms
(Adj) almost always silent. Apparently, aunt Alexandra's husb…
Scold
(N) a person who scolds; that is, someone who often finds fau…
Spittoon
(N) a jar-like container to spit into; usually used to spit t…
English: To Kill A Mockingbird- Vocabulary part 2 10/18/16
Altercation
Austere
Prerogative
Obliquely
A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
Severe or strict in manner, attitude or appearance.
A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or…
Not in a direct way, indirect or slantwise.
Altercation
A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
Austere
Severe or strict in manner, attitude or appearance.
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English Vocabulary To Kill A Mockingbird Ch. 1&2
Assuaged
Piety
Impotent
Taciturn
Eased
Devotion to religious duty
Helpless
Silent
Assuaged
Eased
Piety
Devotion to religious duty
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To kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 1-2 Vocabulary- English 10
nauseate
assuage
apothecary
indigenous
-make (someone) feel sick; affect with ... nausea. ... verb... -fill (…
-make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense... verb... -satisfy (an…
-a person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs.... noun... 1)…
originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; nat…
nauseate
-make (someone) feel sick; affect with ... nausea. ... verb... -fill (…
assuage
-make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense... verb... -satisfy (an…
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English Vocabulary List 3.2 (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Uncouth
Brash
Formidable
Contentious
Rude; graceless
Hasty; slapdash
Difficult; tough; daunting
Quarrelsome; argumentative
Uncouth
Rude; graceless
Brash
Hasty; slapdash
To Kill a Mockingbird- Chapters 1-2 Vocabulary- English 10
Nauseate
Assuage
Apothecary
Indigenous
Verb- To cause to feel with extreme disgust.
Verb- To make milder or less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate.
Noun- A druggist; a pharmacist.
Adjective- Originating in and characteristic of a particular…
Nauseate
Verb- To cause to feel with extreme disgust.
Assuage
Verb- To make milder or less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate.
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English Vocabulary List 3.2 (To Kill A Mockingbird)
Uncouth
Brash
Formidable
Contentious
Rude; graceless
Hasty; slapdash
Difficult; tough; daunting
Quarrelsome; argumentative
Uncouth
Rude; graceless
Brash
Hasty; slapdash
To Kill A Mockingbird - Chapters 1-2 Vocabulary - English 10
Nauseate (Verb)
Assuage (Verb)
Apothecary (Noun)
Indigenous (Adjective)
To feel sick to the stomach... 1) I get very nauseated before ga…
Make (A unpleasant feeling) less intense ... 1) In order to assu…
A person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs... 1) Lots of…
Originating or occurring naturally in a particular place... 1) T…
Nauseate (Verb)
To feel sick to the stomach... 1) I get very nauseated before ga…
Assuage (Verb)
Make (A unpleasant feeling) less intense ... 1) In order to assu…
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