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To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
He says that he has never seen "any ju…
Scout is once again remembering the da…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
What does Reverend Sykes say about his experiences in court?
As everyone waits for the verdict, a certain impression creep…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
He says that he has never seen "any ju…
Scout is once again remembering the da…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
What does Reverend Sykes say about his experiences in court?
As everyone waits for the verdict, a certain impression creep…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
He says that he has never seen "any ju…
Scout is once again remembering the da…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
What does Reverend Sykes say about his experiences in court?
As everyone waits for the verdict, a certain impression creep…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
15 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 21
peeve
verdict
relent
acquit
annoy; irritate
a decision on a disputed issue in a civil or criminal case or…
rabandon or mitigate a harsh intention or cruel treatment
(usu. be acquitted) free (someone) from a criminal charge by…
peeve
annoy; irritate
verdict
a decision on a disputed issue in a civil or criminal case or…
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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21 Dialog
"Could I just pass this note to Mr. Fi…
"I know where they are. They right up…
Miss Alexandra'll absolutely have a st…
"He's not supposed to lean (to our sid…
Calpurnia to Judge Taylor
Mr. Underwood to Atticus
Calpurnia to Jem, et al.
Jem to Reverend Sykes
"Could I just pass this note to Mr. Fi…
Calpurnia to Judge Taylor
"I know where they are. They right up…
Mr. Underwood to Atticus
to kill a mockingbird chapter 21-23
acquit
exhilarated
indignant
cynical
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
filled with excitement and enthusiasm; thrilled
Feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as…
believing that people act only out of selfish motives
acquit
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
exhilarated
filled with excitement and enthusiasm; thrilled
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21 Vocabulary
Acquit
Remorse
Vengeance
Tacit
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
Regret... Deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
Revenge... Punishment in return for an injury or a wrong; unusua…
Unspoken
Acquit
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
Remorse
Regret... Deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
He says that he has never seen "any ju…
Scout is once again remembering the da…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
What does Reverend Sykes say about his experiences in court?
As everyone waits for the verdict, a certain impression creep…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
He says that he has never seen "any ju…
Scout is once again remembering the da…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
What does Reverend Sykes say about his experiences in court?
As everyone waits for the verdict, a certain impression creep…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21
"Could I just pass this note to Mr. Fi…
"I know where they are. They right up…
Miss Alexandra'll absolutely have a st…
"He's not supposed to lean (to our sid…
Calpurnia to Judge Taylor
Mr. Underwood to Atticus
Calpurnia to Jem, et al.
Jem to Reverend Sykes
"Could I just pass this note to Mr. Fi…
Calpurnia to Judge Taylor
"I know where they are. They right up…
Mr. Underwood to Atticus
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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21-31
What was the verdict in Tom's case?
What does the black community bring to…
How does Atticus respond to the gifts?
Who spit in Atticus' face?
Guilty
Gifts to show their gratitude for representing Tom
He cries
Bob Ewell
What was the verdict in Tom's case?
Guilty
What does the black community bring to…
Gifts to show their gratitude for representing Tom
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chapter 21 to kill a mockingbird
why does calpurnia go to the courtroom
Why do you think Atticus avoids answer…
other than the fact that they didn't k…
About how long does it take for the Ju…
to deliver a note to Atticus telling him Jem and Scout are mi…
Atticus avoids answering Jem's question, "Do you think they'l…
Calpurnia and Aunt Alexandra were so upset that the children…
The jury comes back with a verdict after about four hours
why does calpurnia go to the courtroom
to deliver a note to Atticus telling him Jem and Scout are mi…
Why do you think Atticus avoids answer…
Atticus avoids answering Jem's question, "Do you think they'l…
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
He says that he has never seen "any ju…
Scout is once again remembering the da…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
What does Reverend Sykes say about his experiences in court?
As everyone waits for the verdict, a certain impression creep…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to hand a note to Atticus.…
He thinks the jury will decide the cas…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson will be acquitted?
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson w…
What does Reverend Sykes say about his…
As everyone waits for the verdict, a c…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes that Jem and Scout are…
He thinks the jury will decide the case based on the evidence…
He says that he has never seen "any jury decide in favor of a…
Scout is once again remembering the day that the rabid dog st…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes that Jem and Scout are…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson w…
He thinks the jury will decide the case based on the evidence…
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21 Vocabulary
Acquit
Remorse
Vengeance
Tacit
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
Regret... Deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
Revenge... Punishment in return for an injury or a wrong; unusua…
Unspoken
Acquit
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
Remorse
Regret... Deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 21
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson w…
What does Reverend Sykes say about his…
As everyone waits for the verdict, a c…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes that Jem and Scout are…
He thinks the jury will decide the case based on the evidence…
He says that he has never seen "any jury decide in favor of a…
Scout is once again remembering the day that the rabid dog st…
Calpurnia comes into the courtroom to…
The note is from Alexandra. She writes that Jem and Scout are…
Why is Jem certain that Tom Robinson w…
He thinks the jury will decide the case based on the evidence…
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 21-26
spurious
exhilerated
acquit
vehement
(adj.) not genuine, not true, not valid
to feel very happy or animated
to find not guilty
Intense, forceful, powerful
spurious
(adj.) not genuine, not true, not valid
exhilerated
to feel very happy or animated
22 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird (chapter 21)
peeve
relent
acquit
paralysis
動詞 他動詞... 〈人を〉いらいらさせる,じらす,怒らせる.... 名詞可算名詞... いらいらするもの,しゃくの種.... [PEEVISH…
自動詞... 1(怒り・興奮などが少しやわらいで)穏やかな気持ちになる,ふびんに思うようになる.... 2〈悪天候などが〉弱まる,やわ…
他動詞... (ac・quit・ted; ac・quit・ting)... 1a〈人を〉無罪にする,放免する.... acquit a de…
名詞... (《複数形》 音節‐y・ses 発音記号/‐sìːz/) 不可算名詞 [具体的には 可算名詞]... 1【医学】 まひ,中…
peeve
動詞 他動詞... 〈人を〉いらいらさせる,じらす,怒らせる.... 名詞可算名詞... いらいらするもの,しゃくの種.... [PEEVISH…
relent
自動詞... 1(怒り・興奮などが少しやわらいで)穏やかな気持ちになる,ふびんに思うようになる.... 2〈悪天候などが〉弱まる,やわ…
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21 Vocabulary
Acquit
Remorse
Vengeance
Tacit
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
Regret... Deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
Revenge... Punishment in return for an injury or a wrong; unusua…
Unspoken
Acquit
to find not guilty of a fault or crime
Remorse
Regret... Deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
9 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 21- 26 vocab
tranquil
feral
obscure
inevitable
quiet and peaceful; free from agitation of mind or spirit
relating to or resembling a wild beast
dark damn; hidden by darkness; not clearly understood; relati…
sure to happen; incapable of being avoided or evaded
tranquil
quiet and peaceful; free from agitation of mind or spirit
feral
relating to or resembling a wild beast
7 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21 Vocabulary
Peeved
Paralysis
Indignant
Exhilarated
a cause of annoyance
the loss of the ability to move (and sometimes feel anything)…
feeling or showing anger because of something that is unfair…
making one feel very happy, animated, or elated; thrilling
Peeved
a cause of annoyance
Paralysis
the loss of the ability to move (and sometimes feel anything)…
Chapter 21-31 To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab
acquit (vb.)
indignant (adj.)
fatalistic (adj.)
feral (adj.)
clear of a charge; find not guilty
angry
to accept the event as though it were inevitable; that is, th…
wild; savage
acquit (vb.)
clear of a charge; find not guilty
indignant (adj.)
angry
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To kill a Mockingbird chapter 21- 26 vocab
remorse
tranquil
bleak
Feral
A feeling of being sorry for doing something bad or wrong in…
quiet and peaceful; free from agitation of mind or spirit
not warm, friendly, cheerful, etc.; not helpful or encourage
relating to or resembling a wild beast
remorse
A feeling of being sorry for doing something bad or wrong in…
tranquil
quiet and peaceful; free from agitation of mind or spirit
To kill a mockingbird chapter 21-26
Acquit
Exhilarated
Cynical
Veliemeut
Clear of a charge; find not guilty
Cheerful, merry
Someone who often belittles or makes fun of someone else
Full of emotion and strong feeling
Acquit
Clear of a charge; find not guilty
Exhilarated
Cheerful, merry
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To kill a mockingbird vocab chapter 21-26
Acquit
Exhilarated
Cynic
Feral
Clear of charge
Cheerful
Makes fun of someone else
Wild
Acquit
Clear of charge
Exhilarated
Cheerful
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Chapter 21-26 to kill a mockingbird vocabulary
Arquit
Clynical
Exhilarated
Impertinence
Free from a criminal charge be verdict of not guilty
Believing that people are motivated by self interest; distrus…
To make someone feel happy, animated, or elated
Lack of respect; rudeness
Arquit
Free from a criminal charge be verdict of not guilty
Clynical
Believing that people are motivated by self interest; distrus…
To kill a mockingbird chapter 21-31
Aquit
Ruefully
Furtive
Squalor
To find not guilty
Regretfully
Underhanded it sneaky
State of being extremely dirty
Aquit
To find not guilty
Ruefully
Regretfully
To kill a mockingbird Chapter 21-31
acquit
exhilarated
cynical
vehement
clear of a charge; find guilty
cheerful; merry
someone who often belittles or makes fun of someone else
full of emotion and strong feeling
acquit
clear of a charge; find guilty
exhilarated
cheerful; merry
Chapter 21-26 Vocab: To Kill A Mockingbird
Acquit
Exhilarated
Fatalistic
Ruefully
(Verb) To clear of all charges
(adj) Very happy of invigorated
(adj) Believing things are predetermined and unchangeable.
(adv.) In a pitiful sorrowful manner
Acquit
(Verb) To clear of all charges
Exhilarated
(adj) Very happy of invigorated
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21-26
Acquit
Exhilarated
Fatalistic
Ruefully
o clear of all charges
very happy or invigorated
believing things are predetermined and unchangeable
In a pitiful, sorrowful manner
Acquit
o clear of all charges
Exhilarated
very happy or invigorated
Chapter 21-25 vocabulary for To Kill a Mockingbird
Entitled
Adamant
Reverently
Vehement
Having the right to claim somethin
Expressing strong emotion about a situation
Respectfully
Unyielding or not flexible in one's opinions
Entitled
Having the right to claim somethin
Adamant
Expressing strong emotion about a situation
10 terms
Chapter 21 Review of To Kill a Mockingbird
Who had wrote a note to Atticus saying…
Who was angry once they found the kids…
Who confirmed that the kids were allow…
What was missing when the 3 children h…
Aunt Alexandra
Miss Calpurnia
Atticus
The entire jury, the defendant, and Judge Taylor
Who had wrote a note to Atticus saying…
Aunt Alexandra
Who was angry once they found the kids…
Miss Calpurnia
5 terms
9th grade la chapter 21 to kill a mockingbird
why does calpurnia go to the courtroom
Why do you think Atticus avoids answer…
other than the fact that they didn't k…
About how long does it take for the Ju…
to deliver a note to Atticus telling him Jem and Scout are mi…
Atticus avoids answering Jem's question, "Do you think they'l…
Calpurnia and Aunt Alexandra were so upset that the children…
The jury comes back with a verdict after about four hours
why does calpurnia go to the courtroom
to deliver a note to Atticus telling him Jem and Scout are mi…
Why do you think Atticus avoids answer…
Atticus avoids answering Jem's question, "Do you think they'l…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 21-23
Adamant
Fret
Wryly
Feral
not willing to change's one's opinion or decision
worry
twisted expression; cleaver comment; witty observation
in a wild state
Adamant
not willing to change's one's opinion or decision
Fret
worry
25 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 6
collards
kudzu
misfigured
dwell
a type of cabbage with very coarse leaves
plant; climbing vine
miscalculated
to keep thinking about
collards
a type of cabbage with very coarse leaves
kudzu
plant; climbing vine
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21-31 Vocabulary
commutes (vb used in the legal sense)
connived (vb)
cynical (adj)
eccentricities (n)
changes; makes less severe... When Tom Robinson is given the dea…
secretly cooperated with or agreed to... Atticus is keen to foll…
ontemptuous; disparaging; a cynic is someone who often belitt…
odd behavior... Because he is different from many of the ordinar…
commutes (vb used in the legal sense)
changes; makes less severe... When Tom Robinson is given the dea…
connived (vb)
secretly cooperated with or agreed to... Atticus is keen to foll…
Chapters 20-21, To Kill A Mockingbird
acquit (v) used in law
contraband (n/adj)
corrupting (v/adj)
detachment (n)
to decide that someone is not guilty of a crime
things that are brought into or out of a country illegally
to cause (someone or something) to become dishonest, immoral
lack of emotion or of personal interest
acquit (v) used in law
to decide that someone is not guilty of a crime
contraband (n/adj)
things that are brought into or out of a country illegally
13 terms
to kill a mockingbird chapter 9
ambrosia
analogous
attire
bawled
something delicious; the food of the gods
Comparable
clothing
cried out noisily
ambrosia
something delicious; the food of the gods
analogous
Comparable
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab Chapters 20-21
acquit
contraband
corrupting
detachment
declare someone innocent
goods that are illegally imported or exported
causing to be immoral or dishonest
lack of interest or involvement
acquit
declare someone innocent
contraband
goods that are illegally imported or exported
7 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Ch 21
Verdict
Acquit
Remorse
Vengeance
opnion of a jury on a question of fact
bring down a finding of not guilty
feelings of guilt caused by past wrongdoings
to an excessive degree
Verdict
opnion of a jury on a question of fact
Acquit
bring down a finding of not guilty
22 terms
How to kill a Mockingbird Vocab Chapter 21-24
acquit
contraband
corrupting
detachment
-declare someone innocent
-goods that are illegally imported or exported
Causing to be immoral or dishonest.
A lack of interest or involvement
acquit
-declare someone innocent
contraband
-goods that are illegally imported or exported
29 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 2
condescend
change hands
haul
be in a haze (fog)
show feelings of superiority; be patronizing
(of a business or building) pass to a different owner
(of a person) pull or drag with effort or force; force (someo…
dazed; not paying attention to what is going on around one; n…
condescend
show feelings of superiority; be patronizing
change hands
(of a business or building) pass to a different owner
21 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 8
unfathomable (adj)
Rosetta Stone (n)
touchous (adj)
bade (v)
puzzling..complicated.
Laws of nature; provides the key to the modern understanding…
testy, sensitive
forced
unfathomable (adj)
puzzling..complicated.
Rosetta Stone (n)
Laws of nature; provides the key to the modern understanding…
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 4
auspicious
Dewey Decimal
dunce
dunce cap
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
A system used in libraries for the classification of books an…
a stupid person
A hat that was used to punish and humiliate students in schoo…
auspicious
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
Dewey Decimal
A system used in libraries for the classification of books an…
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
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 7
grim (adj)
assured (v)
perpetual (adj)
embalming (v)
unpleasant; disturbing.
convinced, assuaged
never ending or changing, constant
grim (adj)
unpleasant; disturbing.
assured (v)
convinced, assuaged
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab chapters 21-30
acquit
indignant
fatalistic
feral
verb-- clear of a charge; find not guilty
adj-- angry
adj-- to accept the event as though it were inevitable; that…
adj-- wild; savage
acquit
verb-- clear of a charge; find not guilty
indignant
adj-- angry
43 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 5
get the better of
stake somebody out
benign
tacit
to control the behavior of (someone)
watch someone, often secretly
gentle; kindly
understood or implied without being stated
get the better of
to control the behavior of (someone)
stake somebody out
watch someone, often secretly
to kill a mockingbird chapter 10
alist
articulate
attributes
corncribs
tilted to one side
able to speak clearly and expressively
A quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent…
small structure to store corn
alist
tilted to one side
articulate
able to speak clearly and expressively
13 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 4
auspicious (adj) aw spish us
dunce cap (noun)
sluggishly (adv)
provoke (v)
favorable, optimistic
hat students who teachers thought to be foolish had to wear
slowly
cause to act
auspicious (adj) aw spish us
favorable, optimistic
dunce cap (noun)
hat students who teachers thought to be foolish had to wear
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