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20 terms
English- To Kill a Mockingbird (ch. 1-9)
Assuage
Taciturn
Predilection
Probate
To soothe, calm, or appease
Quiet
Tendency to think favorably of something in particular
Pertaining to the official proving of a will as authentic or…
Assuage
To soothe, calm, or appease
Taciturn
Quiet
17 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird: Ch. 9
mild gastric complaints (100)
running a still (100)
inordinately vain (101)
uncompromising lineaments (102)
stomach problems
making moonshine; running an illegal liquor-making process
excessively proud
characteristics that are set and will never change
mild gastric complaints (100)
stomach problems
running a still (100)
making moonshine; running an illegal liquor-making process
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
English to kill a mockingbird
absence
amiable
arbitrate
compel
failure to be present
diffusing warmth and friendliness
act between parties with a view reconciling differences
force somebody to do something
absence
failure to be present
amiable
diffusing warmth and friendliness
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
English 9 Semester 1 To Kill a Mockingbird
atticus
jem
scout
tom robinson
father of Scout and Jem, Tom Robinson's lawyer
breaks his arm, brother of Scout
(Jean Louise) main character/ narrator
scapegoat of the rape case with Mayella Ewell
atticus
father of Scout and Jem, Tom Robinson's lawyer
jem
breaks his arm, brother of Scout
38 terms
English: To Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee
To Kill a Mockingbird
Summer 1933-Halloween 1935
Franklin Roosevelt
female American born 1926, died Feb 19 2016; lived in actual…
novel published 1960, huge bestseller; part of 1960s civil ri…
time of novel, format: season year-holiday year
first Inauguration May 1933; president in the Great Depression
Harper Lee
female American born 1926, died Feb 19 2016; lived in actual…
To Kill a Mockingbird
novel published 1960, huge bestseller; part of 1960s civil ri…
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
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
11 terms
English To Kill a Mockingbird
assuaged*
taciturn*
imprudent
eccentric*
make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
reserved , untalkative
not showing care for the consequences of an action; rash
unconventional and slightly strange
assuaged*
make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
taciturn*
reserved , untalkative
39 terms
English "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Auspicious
Arbitrated
Benign
Tacit
favorable, propitious, successful, prosperous
To judge or decide
Harmless
Habitually silent or quiet, inclined to talk very little
Auspicious
favorable, propitious, successful, prosperous
Arbitrated
To judge or decide
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…
English to kill a mockingbird
Umbrage
Temerity
Diction
Conniving
Offense or annoyance
Excessive confidence or boldness
The choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing
Secretly allow something illegal to occur
Umbrage
Offense or annoyance
Temerity
Excessive confidence or boldness
22 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9 Vocabulary
analogous
changelings
deportment
fanatical
comparable
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
a person's behavior or manners
obsessive
analogous
comparable
changelings
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
28 terms
English: To Kill a Mockingbird
ingenuous
diversions
analogous
inevitable
free from reserve, restraint, or dissimulation; candid; since…
the act of diverting or turning aside, as from a course or pu…
a similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
unable to be avoided, evaded, or escaped; certain; necessary
ingenuous
free from reserve, restraint, or dissimulation; candid; since…
diversions
the act of diverting or turning aside, as from a course or pu…
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 _____.
To Kill A Mockingbird 9-13
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
possessing connections, similarities
created an enemy or an antagonist
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables
those who exist/live at the same time
analogous
possessing connections, similarities
antagonized
created an enemy or an antagonist
17 terms
English: To Kill a Mockingbird
Maycomb, Alabama
1933-1935
Jean Louis Finch(Scout)
6
where does the story take place?
when does the story take place?
who is the story's narrator?
how old is Scout when the story begins?
Maycomb, Alabama
where does the story take place?
1933-1935
when does the story take place?
23 terms
English 9 To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary for Test
allege
chattel
compromise
eccentric
to assert without proof
personal movable property
agreement in which both parties make confessions
someone who behaves unusually
allege
to assert without proof
chattel
personal movable property
6 terms
Honors English 9 To Kill A Mockingbird Test
What were major events surrounding the…
What were major events in the 1950s pe…
What were major events in the 1960s re…
What are ten possible themes of TKAM?
Labor force is worsened due to the Great Depression. Franklin…
Brown v. Board of Education rules school segregation unconsti…
TKAM is published July 11, 1960. The film follows shortly aft…
Racism: the torment and harassment of those of diverse races…
What were major events surrounding the…
Labor force is worsened due to the Great Depression. Franklin…
What were major events in the 1950s pe…
Brown v. Board of Education rules school segregation unconsti…
15 terms
English: To Kill a Mockingbird
April 28,1926- February 19, 2016
Monroeville, AL
1961
1960
Harper Lee's birth and death dates
Lee's inspiration for Maycomb her own hometown
When she won her Pulitzer prize
When TKAM was published
April 28,1926- February 19, 2016
Harper Lee's birth and death dates
Monroeville, AL
Lee's inspiration for Maycomb her own hometown
36 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird (English 9 Midterm)
The full name of TKAM's author
The author struggled to make enough mo…
The author was born in
The author's father was a
Nelle Harper Lee
New York City
Alabama
Lawyer
The full name of TKAM's author
Nelle Harper Lee
The author struggled to make enough mo…
New York City
20 terms
English- to kill a mockingbird (ch.9-11)
Tentatively
Obstreperous
Provocate
Invective
Hesitant, uncertain or cautious
Resisting control or resistant in a difficult manner
Anger or irritate
Insulting or abusive word or expression
Tentatively
Hesitant, uncertain or cautious
Obstreperous
Resisting control or resistant in a difficult manner
To Kill a Mockingbird, Ch. 9
Gastric (86)
Compensation (88)
Ingenuous (88)
Analogous (89)
(adj.) pertaining to the stomach
(n.) something given or received as equivalent to services
(adj.) innocent, simple; frank, sincere
(adj.) comparable or similar in certain respects
Gastric (86)
(adj.) pertaining to the stomach
Compensation (88)
(n.) something given or received as equivalent to services
English To Kill a Mockingbird
Who narrates the story?
How old is Scout?
How old is Jim?
What is the setting for the story? (to…
Scout (Gene Finch)
6 years old
10 years old
Maycomb County ... 1935
Who narrates the story?
Scout (Gene Finch)
How old is Scout?
6 years old
19 terms
english- to kill a mockingbird
"shoot at all the bluejays you want, i…
"well, in the first place you never st…
"mockingbirds dont do one thing but ma…
"he was not much more than a speck in…
Atticus
uncle jack and scout about francis
miss maudie
old tim johnson (the dog)
"shoot at all the bluejays you want, i…
Atticus
"well, in the first place you never st…
uncle jack and scout about francis
7 terms
English--- To Kill a Mockingbird
What Happened to Ms. Maudie's house? H…
How does Atticus' job impact the lives…
Who comes home for Christmas ?
Explain why Tom Robinson could not hav…
Her house has a fire that ends up burning it to the ground. T…
He is a lawyer. Since he is defending Tom Robinson, people ma…
Uncle Jack
His left arm is crippled and she was beaten on the right side…
What Happened to Ms. Maudie's house? H…
Her house has a fire that ends up burning it to the ground. T…
How does Atticus' job impact the lives…
He is a lawyer. Since he is defending Tom Robinson, people ma…
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird, Ch. 1-9
Concession
Eccentric
Indigenous
Malevolent
A thing that is granted, especially in response to demands
Irregular, erratic, odd, weird
Native, originating or occurring naturally in a particular pl…
Having or showing a wish to do evil to others; hostile; malic…
Concession
A thing that is granted, especially in response to demands
Eccentric
Irregular, erratic, odd, weird
16 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 4-9
TYRANNY
UNANIMOUS
EVASION
CHAMELEON
Extreme harshness; rigor
In complete agreement
Act of avoiding
Changeable; like the lizard known for changing colors to blen…
TYRANNY
Extreme harshness; rigor
UNANIMOUS
In complete agreement
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter #9
inordinately (101)
ingenious (103)
wary (103)
innate (104)
exceeding reasonable limits
innocent or naive
on guard; watchful
inborn
inordinately (101)
exceeding reasonable limits
ingenious (103)
innocent or naive
6 terms
to kill a mockingbird 9
akimbo
elucidate
formidable
amiable
Hands on hips
To make clear
causing fear or awe
friendly, good-natured
akimbo
Hands on hips
elucidate
To make clear
17 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 9-14
Lineaments
Ingenuous
Mausoleum
Apoplectic
features of the body: especially the outline of the fact
naive: innocent: frank and open
large, somber building
marked by a sudden paralysis due to rage
Lineaments
features of the body: especially the outline of the fact
Ingenuous
naive: innocent: frank and open
20 terms
9- To Kill a Mockingbird - Characters
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?
50 terms
English To Kill A Mockingbird
Jem Finch
Miss Caroline
Miss Rachel
Nathan Radley
Scout's older brother
Scout's first grade teacher
Dill's aunt; Finch's neighbor
Brother of Arthur who seldom speaks
Jem Finch
Scout's older brother
Miss Caroline
Scout's first grade teacher
English - To Kill a Mockingbird
Assuaged
Piety
Contentious
Auspicious
to make milder or less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate: to as…
the quality of being religious or reverent (noun)
causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial.... Involv…
promising success; favorable (adj.)... suffix: ious: having the…
Assuaged
to make milder or less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate: to as…
Piety
the quality of being religious or reverent (noun)
English to kill a mockingbird
Assuaged
Auspicious
Benevolence
Condescend
To make less severe; to calm. Verb
Favorable. Adj.
A generous gift. Noun.
To yield or assent. Verb
Assuaged
To make less severe; to calm. Verb
Auspicious
Favorable. Adj.
13 terms
English to kill a mockingbird
malignant
tarnish
abberation
innate
dangerous
to discolor
deviation from what is normal
inherent
malignant
dangerous
tarnish
to discolor
20 terms
English To Kill A Mockingbird
Zeebo
Arthur Radley
Nathan Radley
Miss Maudie
Town garbage collector, Calpurnia's son, one of the 4 people…
Also known as Boo, no one has every seen him until end of the…
Arthur's brother who comes back to live with the family when…
loves gardening, neighbor of Jem and Scout, spends time talki…
Zeebo
Town garbage collector, Calpurnia's son, one of the 4 people…
Arthur Radley
Also known as Boo, no one has every seen him until end of the…
English to kill a mockingbird
Aberation
Alien
Assuage
Auspicious
The act of differing, espeically from a moral standard or nor…
Relating or belonging to another country or foreign. Differen…
To lessen or make easier to bear or to soothe.
Promising success or favorable.
Aberation
The act of differing, espeically from a moral standard or nor…
Alien
Relating or belonging to another country or foreign. Differen…
13 terms
English- To Kill A Mockingbird
Assuage
Apothecary
Imprudent
Profound
To lessen pain
A pharmacist
Describes someone/something not showing care
Describes extending to great depth
Assuage
To lessen pain
Apothecary
A pharmacist
English To Kill a Mockingbird
themes
setting
Scout
Jem
racism, courage, the mob mentality, social classes, personal…
1930
main character, tells the story
scouts brother
themes
racism, courage, the mob mentality, social classes, personal…
setting
1930
62 terms
English To Kill A Mockingbird
Frame Story
Frame Story
Frame Story
Harper Lee
Secondary story embedded in main story
Narrative providing the framework for connecting a series of…
A literary device that uses such a narrative structure
Author?
Frame Story
Secondary story embedded in main story
Frame Story
Narrative providing the framework for connecting a series of…
50 terms
English to kill a mockingbird
apothecary
indigenous
malevolent
piety
n.; one who makes or distributes drugs or potions
adj.; native; originating in and typical of a land or region
adj.; wanting to cause harm or evil
n.; religious devotion and respect to principles
apothecary
n.; one who makes or distributes drugs or potions
indigenous
adj.; native; originating in and typical of a land or region
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
english to kill a mockingbird
political inequality
social inequality
moral character
loss of childhood innocence
based on political institutions that can perpetuate injustice…
based on race, class, mental health or other social character…
commitment to live ones convictions
developing an ability to experience life from the perspective…
political inequality
based on political institutions that can perpetuate injustice…
social inequality
based on race, class, mental health or other social character…
English To Kill a Mockingbird
Assuage
Piety
Dictum
Taciturn
To ease, to mitigate, to make less painful or burdensome,or c…
Devotion and reverence to God
An authoritative statement, decree
Quiet, not verbose
Assuage
To ease, to mitigate, to make less painful or burdensome,or c…
Piety
Devotion and reverence to God
20 terms
English to Kill a Mockingbird
Assuaged
Impotent
Imprudent
Malevolent
Make less intense
Unable to take effective action
Not showing care for the consequences of an action
Evil
Assuaged
Make less intense
Impotent
Unable to take effective action
English: to kill a mockingbird
Eccentric
Malevolent
Intimidation
Condescended
Departing from the established rule
Exhibiting
Threats
To come down voluntarily
Eccentric
Departing from the established rule
Malevolent
Exhibiting
English- To Kill a Mockingbird
Eccentric
Malevolent
Intimidation
Condescended
Slightly strange
Showing a wish to do evil to others
The act of frightening someone
Show feelings of superiority
Eccentric
Slightly strange
Malevolent
Showing a wish to do evil to others
English to kill a mockingbird
Contemptuous
Seceded
Compromise
Entailment
To have the feeling that someone or something is beneth you
To breakaway
And agreement where each person gives something up
A legal situation regarding the use of inherited property
Contemptuous
To have the feeling that someone or something is beneth you
Seceded
To breakaway
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