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16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird 1
cowlick
tranquility
edification
malevolent
pieces of hair that stick up and won't lie flat
calmness/state of being calm
to teach someone and improve the mind or character of the per…
wanting to hurt another person
cowlick
pieces of hair that stick up and won't lie flat
tranquility
calmness/state of being calm
10 terms
English to kill a mockingbird 1
Auspicious
Tyranny
Gingerly
Benign
Favorable; Fortunate
Cruel dictatorship
Cautiously
Kind; merciful
Auspicious
Favorable; Fortunate
Tyranny
Cruel dictatorship
58 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 1
assuaged
apothecary
piety
stinginess
to lessen or to calm
druggist; pharmacist
Devotion and reverence to God
parsimony; cheapness; 인색함
assuaged
to lessen or to calm
apothecary
druggist; pharmacist
27 terms
English To Kill A Mockingbird
assuage
apothecary
taciturn
repertoire
to lessen or to calm
a druggist; a
silent; not talkative
All of the behaviors a person can do; or a set of behaviors r…
assuage
to lessen or to calm
apothecary
a druggist; a
10 terms
English to kill a mockingbird 1
assuaged
repertoire
mortification
parcel
eased
Music or words that are used by performers.
A feeling of humiliation or shame
Package
assuaged
eased
repertoire
Music or words that are used by performers.
12 terms
English- To Kill A Mockingbird: 1
Contentious
Vexations
Taciturn
Vapid
Tending to be troublesome
Irritations or annoyances
Disclined to talk; silent
Not lively
Contentious
Tending to be troublesome
Vexations
Irritations or annoyances
27 terms
English To Kill A Mockingbird 1
Assauge
Predilection
Amble
Malevolent
Relieve something unpleasant
A special liking or preference for something
A slow and relaxed walk or style of walking
Harmful or evil
Assauge
Relieve something unpleasant
Predilection
A special liking or preference for something
10 terms
English 10 - To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
cantankerous
compel
conscience
feeble
irritable; difficult to deal with
to force; to require
inner sense of right and wrong
lacking strength
cantankerous
irritable; difficult to deal with
compel
to force; to require
20 terms
English, to kill a mockingbird 1
auspicious
melancholy
benign
edification
showing or suggesting future success is likely
a sad mood or feeling
not causing harm or danger
the act or way of teaching that improves mind or character
auspicious
showing or suggesting future success is likely
melancholy
a sad mood or feeling
48 terms
English 1- to kill a mockingbird
"Now you tell your father not to teach…
"Hush your mouth! Don't matter who the…
"You never really understand a person.…
"It's bad children like you who makes…
Who: Miss Caroline... To whom: Scout... Why: Scout knew how to read…
Who: calpurnia... To whom: Scout... Why: Scout was rude when to Wal…
Who: Atticus... To whom: Scout... Why : to explain why Miss Carolin…
Who: Mr. Avery... To whom: Jem and Scout... Why: he said they made…
"Now you tell your father not to teach…
Who: Miss Caroline... To whom: Scout... Why: Scout knew how to read…
"Hush your mouth! Don't matter who the…
Who: calpurnia... To whom: Scout... Why: Scout was rude when to Wal…
26 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
assuage
beadle
dictum
domiciled
(v) to lessen or calm
(n) a minor city official
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
(v.) to establish oneself or another person in a residence.
assuage
(v) to lessen or calm
beadle
(n) a minor city official
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird #1
maintain
entity
decline
hookworms
(verb) to affirm; to argue
(noun) a being; a thing with an independent existence
(verb) to turn down; politely refuse
(noun) parasites that hook into the side of your intestines
maintain
(verb) to affirm; to argue
entity
(noun) a being; a thing with an independent existence
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird: Part 1
Assuage
Secede
Discernable
Melancholy
(v) to make something less painful or severe
(v) to break away
(adj) understandable
(adj) sad and gloomy
Assuage
(v) to make something less painful or severe
Secede
(v) to break away
71 terms
English- To Kill A Mockingbird
assuaged
piety
taciturn
vapid
lessened eased; to _______ one's grief
devotion to religion; The prayer was full of _____.
quiet, untalkative; The boy said nothing; he was very ________
dull; Repeating the same skits was ____________.
assuaged
lessened eased; to _______ one's grief
piety
devotion to religion; The prayer was full of _____.
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English to kill a mockingbird part 1 vocabulary
ASSUAGE
TACITURN
IMPRUDENT
MALEVOLENT
TO MAKE LESS SEVERE PAINFUL OR SEVER ... (v.)
TENDING TO BE QUIET ... (adj.)
LACKING WISDOM OR GOOD JUDGMENT ... adj.
Evil... (adj.)
ASSUAGE
TO MAKE LESS SEVERE PAINFUL OR SEVER ... (v.)
TACITURN
TENDING TO BE QUIET ... (adj.)
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 1
assuage
apothecary
piety
chattels
to soothe, calm, or mollify:
a druggist; a pharmacist
devotion to God and family
personal property
assuage
to soothe, calm, or mollify:
apothecary
a druggist; a pharmacist
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird 1
cowlick
tranquility
edification
malevolent
pieces of hair that stick up and won't lie flat
calmness/state of being calm
to teach someone and improve the mind or character of the per…
wanting to hurt another person
cowlick
pieces of hair that stick up and won't lie flat
tranquility
calmness/state of being calm
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird 1
plead
postpone
congregate
paranoid
to beg or appeal to somebody emotionally
to put off; delay
come together
unreasonably scared
plead
to beg or appeal to somebody emotionally
postpone
to put off; delay
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird 1
assuage
impotent
taciturn
unsullied
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(adj) powerless; lacking strength
(adj.) habitually silent or quiet, inclined to talk very little
(adj) spotlessly clean and fresh
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
impotent
(adj) powerless; lacking strength
30 terms
English To kill a Mockingbird
assuage
Taciturn
Vapid
Predilection
to make less intense or severe
Habitually not talkative; uncommunicative, reserved, laconic
Lacking liveliness, animation, or interest
A partiality or disposition in favor of something
assuage
to make less intense or severe
Taciturn
Habitually not talkative; uncommunicative, reserved, laconic
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird #1
trial
jury
judge
lawyer
A process to determine whether someone committed a crime or c…
a group of citizens chosen to hear evidence and make a decisi…
A person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or set…
a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matters r…
trial
A process to determine whether someone committed a crime or c…
jury
a group of citizens chosen to hear evidence and make a decisi…
60 terms
English 1 (Branton):To Kill A Mockingbird Review
- lawyer defending Tom Robinson... - Scou…
Jean Louise Finch... - tomboy who likes t…
Atticus' brother who is a doctor... - spa…
Atticus' sister... - comes to live with t…
Atticus
Scout
Uncle Jack
Aunt Alexandra
- lawyer defending Tom Robinson... - Scou…
Atticus
Jean Louise Finch... - tomboy who likes t…
Scout
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird vocabulary 1
apothecary
assuaged
malevolent
motification
one who prepares and sells medicines
made less severe or burdensome
having or exhibiting hatred
a feeling of shame or humiliation
apothecary
one who prepares and sells medicines
assuaged
made less severe or burdensome
26 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
assuage
beadle
dictum
domiciled
(v) to lessen or calm
(n) a minor city official
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
(v.) to establish oneself or another person in a residence.
assuage
(v) to lessen or calm
beadle
(n) a minor city official
66 terms
English to kill a mockingbird
assauged
dictum
domiciled
entity
to calm, satisfy,relieve,soothe
an aithorative pronouncement; judicial assertion
a place of residence; abode house or home;shelter
something that has a real existence
assauged
to calm, satisfy,relieve,soothe
dictum
an aithorative pronouncement; judicial assertion
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Characters 1
Scout
Jem
Atticus
Calpurnia
Whose real name is Jean Louise Finch?
Who cried over the guilty verdict?
Who was also known as "Ol' One Shot"?
Who takes Scout and Jem to her church?
Scout
Whose real name is Jean Louise Finch?
Jem
Who cried over the guilty verdict?
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 1
tranquility
edification
malevolent
monosyllabic
n. calmness/state of being calm
n. the instruction or improvement of a person morally or inte…
adj. having or showing a wish to do evil to others.
adj. (of a word or utterance) consisting of one syllable; (of…
tranquility
n. calmness/state of being calm
edification
n. the instruction or improvement of a person morally or inte…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird #1
maintain
entity
decline
hookworms
(verb) to affirm; to argue
(noun) a being; a thing with an independent existence
(verb) to turn down; politely refuse
(noun) parasites that hook into the side of your intestines
maintain
(verb) to affirm; to argue
entity
(noun) a being; a thing with an independent existence
26 terms
1 To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
assuage
beadle
dictum
domiciled
(v) to lessen or calm
(n) a minor city official
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
(v.) to establish oneself or another person in a residence.
assuage
(v) to lessen or calm
beadle
(n) a minor city official
20 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird - Vocabulary 1
Assuage
Apothecary
Chattel
Unusually
to ease
a pharmacist
a movable object (a slave in this case)
not common
Assuage
to ease
Apothecary
a pharmacist
20 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird 1-10
aberrations
adjacent
alleged
analogous
a deviation from the normal or typical
nearby
asserted without proof
similar or comparable in some respects
aberrations
a deviation from the normal or typical
adjacent
nearby
14 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird #1
malevolent
inquisitive
erratic
monosyllabic
adjective; having or showing often vicious ill will, spite, o…
adjective; showing curiosity
adjective; not regular or consistent; different from what is…
adjective; having, characterized by, or consisting of one syl…
malevolent
adjective; having or showing often vicious ill will, spite, o…
inquisitive
adjective; showing curiosity
English to kill a mockingbird
Mayella Ewell
Miss Maudie
Atticus finch
Boo radley
Has beautiful red flowers in her shabby home
Nice neighbor whose house caught on fire
Lawyer and senator
Scary neighbor save the children from being killed
Mayella Ewell
Has beautiful red flowers in her shabby home
Miss Maudie
Nice neighbor whose house caught on fire
26 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
assuage
beadle
dictum
domiciled
(V.) to lessen or calm
(N.) a minor city official
(N.) a formal or authoritative statement
(V.) to establish oneself or another person in a residence.
assuage
(V.) to lessen or calm
beadle
(N.) a minor city official
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird List 1
Apothecary
Assuaged
Indigenous
Malevolent
a person who prepares medicines and drugs
makes an unpleasant feeling less intense
originating or occurring naturally in a particular place
having or showing a wish to do evil to others
Apothecary
a person who prepares medicines and drugs
Assuaged
makes an unpleasant feeling less intense
19 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird #1: Review
Miss Maudie
Tom Robinson
Scout's mother
Dill Harris
moved in w/ Stephanie Crawford because her house burned down
found guilty of rape
died of a heart attack
doesn't impress Scout and Jem when he says he can read
Miss Maudie
moved in w/ Stephanie Crawford because her house burned down
Tom Robinson
found guilty of rape
21 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
assuage
dictum
domiciled
foray
(v) to lessen or calm
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
(v.) to establish oneself or another person in a residence.
(n) a brief trip to an unknown area
assuage
(v) to lessen or calm
dictum
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
38 terms
English- To kill a mockingbird
He was Maycomb country born and bred;…
He was right puny goin' on seven. He w…
Scouts first teacher
She was a widow, chameleon lady who wo…
Atticus
Dill
Miss Caroline
Miss Maudie
He was Maycomb country born and bred;…
Atticus
He was right puny goin' on seven. He w…
Dill
27 terms
English- To kill a Mockingbird
Apothecary
Assuage
Indigenous
Malevolent
A healthful professional trained in the art of preparing drugs
Cause to be more favorably inclined
Originating when it's found
Wishing or appearing to wish evil to others
Apothecary
A healthful professional trained in the art of preparing drugs
Assuage
Cause to be more favorably inclined
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - List 1
astounded
asylum
austere
bluff
adj. amazed, shocked, surprised
n. an institution for the care of the mentally ill
adj. severe or stern in manner or appearance
n. show of strength where there is none: all bark and no bite
astounded
adj. amazed, shocked, surprised
asylum
n. an institution for the care of the mentally ill
9 terms
English to kill a mockingbird
impudent
diminutive
auspicious
benevolence
not showing proper respect and courtesy for another person; v…
very small
favorable... showing or suggesting that future success is likel…
an act of kindness, generosity, or charity
impudent
not showing proper respect and courtesy for another person; v…
diminutive
very small
8 terms
English To kill a mockingbird
bode
innate
tedious
infallible
to portend
adj. |essential characteristic
adj. | marked by monotony
adj. |absolutely trustworthy
bode
to portend
innate
adj. |essential characteristic
24 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird/ English 1 Final terms
setting
genre
inference
indirect characterization
the time and place of a story or play
the category in which a work of literature is classified
using context clues to come to a conclusion/ reading between…
the author allows the reader to come to a conclusion about a…
setting
the time and place of a story or play
genre
the category in which a work of literature is classified
27 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
assuage
beadle
dictum
domiciled
(v) to lessen or calm
(n) a minor city official
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
(v.) to establish oneself or another person in a residence.
assuage
(v) to lessen or calm
beadle
(n) a minor city official
20 terms
English "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Entailment
Regal
Austere
Dogtrot
Debt owed
Of resembling, or fit for a monarch, especially in being magn…
Severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearance
A genial easy trot or breezeway connecting two cabins
Entailment
Debt owed
Regal
Of resembling, or fit for a monarch, especially in being magn…
15 terms
English Vocab 1: To Kill A Mockingbird
assuaged
taciturn
tyrannical
collard
verb- to soothe or make less severe
adjective- habitually not talkative
adjective- cruel, despotic noun-tyrant
noun- leafy cabbage like vegetable
assuaged
verb- to soothe or make less severe
taciturn
adjective- habitually not talkative
30 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird English Trimester 1
Assuge
Apothecary
Brethren
Malevolent
To lessen pain or distress
Pharmacist or druggist
Brothers, fellow members of a church
Having or showing ill will
Assuge
To lessen pain or distress
Apothecary
Pharmacist or druggist
125 terms
English// To Kill a Mockingbird
Whos arm was mangaled from a cotton je…
Whos son (zeebo) leads the first purch…
Who can read even though she's black
The lawyer for Mayella
Tom robinson
Calpurnia
Calpurnia
Mr. Gilmer
Whos arm was mangaled from a cotton je…
Tom robinson
Whos son (zeebo) leads the first purch…
Calpurnia
25 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 1
apothecary
assuaged
indigenous
malevolent
one who prepares and cells medicines
made less severe or burdensome
occurring or living naturally in an area
having or exhibiting hatred
apothecary
one who prepares and cells medicines
assuaged
made less severe or burdensome
31 terms
English 9H: To Kill A Mockingbird
compassion
(take) umbrage
oppressive
commence
a strong feeling of sympathy for someone who is suffering, an…
to be offended by something that someone has done or said, of…
powerful, cruel, and unfair; something that makes you unhappy…
to begin or to start something
compassion
a strong feeling of sympathy for someone who is suffering, an…
(take) umbrage
to be offended by something that someone has done or said, of…
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