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Literature(4) To Kill A Mockingbird Vocab(2) *CONTAINS SAT VOCABULARY *
Aloof
Benevolence
Benign
Bewilderment
Distant; unfeeling
Inclination to perform charitable acts
Compassionate; incapable of causing harm
Condition of being confused
Aloof
Distant; unfeeling
Benevolence
Inclination to perform charitable acts
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Literature Guide: Chapters 3-4 Vocab
Abominable
Amiable
Auspicious
Contentious
Detestable; Unpleasant
Pleasant; good-natured
Presenting favorable circumstances; favorable
Tending to fight; quarrelsome
Abominable
Detestable; Unpleasant
Amiable
Pleasant; good-natured
43 terms
Literature to kill a mockingbird
Alliteration
Allusion
Hyperbole
Imagery
The repetition of initial consonants or vowel sounds in two o…
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, work of art…
Great exaggeration
Five senses
Alliteration
The repetition of initial consonants or vowel sounds in two o…
Allusion
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, work of art…
17 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird (literature)
What had "nothing to fear but fear its…
How is Maycomb described?
How is Maycomb described as hope?
Chapter: the history of Maycomb's resi…
Maycomb
Old, worn out, unkept, slow-moving, poor
"Vague optimism"
Chapter 1
What had "nothing to fear but fear its…
Maycomb
How is Maycomb described?
Old, worn out, unkept, slow-moving, poor
Honour killing - English literature
Who is the poet?
About
Structure
Language
Imtiaz Dharker
-An honour killing is the debilitate killing of a relative wh…
6 stanzas with occasional rhyme:... - In each of the first 4 sta…
- stanza 1: Pakistan is transformed into a metaphor when she…
Who is the poet?
Imtiaz Dharker
About
-An honour killing is the debilitate killing of a relative wh…
7 terms
literature - "to kill a mockingbird" - characters
scout
jem
atticus
aunt alexandra
a very unusual little girl, both in her own qualities and in…
a typical American boy, refusing to back down from dares and…
scout and jem's father, a lawyer descended from an old local…
atticus' sister, a strong-willed woman with a fierce devotion…
scout
a very unusual little girl, both in her own qualities and in…
jem
a typical American boy, refusing to back down from dares and…
10 terms
hate this( literature killing Jesus)
pharisee, a synagogue in Jerusalem
40-1
They would have to survive and carry t…
stone
Jesus revealed his divinity ny reading in the synagogue, spea…
amount of lashes a person receives by Roman law
What is one stipulation
Roads built in Rome made of
pharisee, a synagogue in Jerusalem
Jesus revealed his divinity ny reading in the synagogue, spea…
40-1
amount of lashes a person receives by Roman law
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Elements of Literature
epiphany
symbolism
foreshadowing
resolution
Mr Cunningham realizes that he doesn't want to harm Tom when…
Mockingbird - doesn't harm anything and makes the world a bet…
When Bob Ewell says to Atticus "one down, two to go"
Jem's elbow is broken, Scout walks Boo home and never sees hi…
epiphany
Mr Cunningham realizes that he doesn't want to harm Tom when…
symbolism
Mockingbird - doesn't harm anything and makes the world a bet…
Literature To Kill a Mockingbird Characters
Atticus Finch
Scout Finch
Jem Finch
Arthur Radley
attorney who is very particular about delivering justice
an impulsive person who rushes into fights and is emotional
deeply motivated by Atticus and gains maturity
enigmatic character who doesn't maintain any relation with th…
Atticus Finch
attorney who is very particular about delivering justice
Scout Finch
an impulsive person who rushes into fights and is emotional
English Literature To Kill A Mockingbird Revision
Scout
Jem
Atticus
Dill
The narrator of the story.
Scout's elder brother.
Scout and Jem's father. Lawyer.
Jem and Scout's friend who comes to stay in Maycomb every sum…
Scout
The narrator of the story.
Jem
Scout's elder brother.
35 terms
English Literature: To Kill A Mockingbird
What do I need to include in Part A?
What do I need to include in Part B?
Theme 1
Theme 2
PEE on 3-4 things. Comment on Scout's perspective. Comment on…
Major Themes. Comment on structure of novel and events you're…
Prejudice against class.
Prejudice against individuals.
What do I need to include in Part A?
PEE on 3-4 things. Comment on Scout's perspective. Comment on…
What do I need to include in Part B?
Major Themes. Comment on structure of novel and events you're…
18 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 4
palliation
tirade
contentious
amanuensis
(noun) comfort, consolation
(noun) a long, angry speech, usually very critical
(adj.) Quarrelsome, inclined to argue
(noun) secretary; one who copies something
palliation
(noun) comfort, consolation
tirade
(noun) a long, angry speech, usually very critical
Literature Final To Kill a Mockingbird
Author
Person
Theme
Setting
Harper Lee
1st person
courage, understanding
fictional town in Alabama
Author
Harper Lee
Person
1st person
119 terms
Literature test for " to kill a mockingbird "
Tomboy, impulsive, emotional, warm and…
Father of scout and Jem, a widower, ho…
Scouts older brother, looks up to his…
The finch's black house keeper and has…
Scout
Atticus
Jem
Calpurnia
Tomboy, impulsive, emotional, warm and…
Scout
Father of scout and Jem, a widower, ho…
Atticus
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…
9th Literature To Kill A Mockingbird Vocab #6
covenant
disheveled
dissemble
diverged
agreement or contract
untidy or messy
conceal under false appearance
branched out in different ways
covenant
agreement or contract
disheveled
untidy or messy
5 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird #4
contentious
qualms
infallible
venerable
(adj.) quarrelsome, inclined to argue
noun. Feelings of doubt
adj. Free from error; absolutely dependable
(adj.) deserving of respect because of age or achievement
contentious
(adj.) quarrelsome, inclined to argue
qualms
noun. Feelings of doubt
Literature To Kill a Mockingbird chap 1-11
departing from the established norm, m…
exhibiting or having ill-will; malicious
threats
to come down voluntarily to the level…
eccentric
malevolent
intimidation
condescended
departing from the established norm, m…
eccentric
exhibiting or having ill-will; malicious
malevolent
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Grade 10 Literature
cordially
flinty
preserve
diminutive
in a friendly manner, warmly
Extremely hard and firm
keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruc…
Extremely small in size
cordially
in a friendly manner, warmly
flinty
Extremely hard and firm
8 terms
Literature 4
Generational Betrayal
Innocence and Experience
Motif of food
Repetion
The ideas of the previous generation caused the slaughter of…
Children are being forced to grow up far too quickly
Good home cooking
Awareness of growing up and maturing changing from his childh…
Generational Betrayal
The ideas of the previous generation caused the slaughter of…
Innocence and Experience
Children are being forced to grow up far too quickly
9th Literature- To Kill a Mocking Bird #1
Auspicious
Concession
Condecend
Eccentric
Adjective ; Promising success
Noun ; Act of conceding or giving in, as a right, a priveledg…
Verb ; To behave as if one is conscious of descending from a…
Adjective ; Different ; Deviating from the organized or custo…
Auspicious
Adjective ; Promising success
Concession
Noun ; Act of conceding or giving in, as a right, a priveledg…
9th Literature- To Kill A Mocking Bird #2
Articulate
Frivolous
Gallantly
Infallible
capable of speech; not speechless
lack of seriousness or sense; unconcerned about or lack of se…
politely; chivalrously
trustworthy or sure; unfailing in effectiveness or operation;…
Articulate
capable of speech; not speechless
Frivolous
lack of seriousness or sense; unconcerned about or lack of se…
26 terms
8th Literature To Kill a Mocking Bird Vocabulary
Assuage
Domiciled
Taciturn
Condescend
to relieve, as with suffering
to live, to inhabit
habitually silent
to stoop, descend, yield, deign
Assuage
to relieve, as with suffering
Domiciled
to live, to inhabit
28 terms
Honors Literature: To Kill A Mockingbird: Character Importance
Scout
Atticus
Jem
Arthur "Boo" Radley
Protagonist
Scout's dad
Scout's brother
Mysterious; saves kids
Scout
Protagonist
Atticus
Scout's dad
15 terms
Week 12 Literature 4
dilapidated
queue
bannister
cordial
falling apart or ruined, run-down
a line of people or vehicles
safety rail along stairway
Warm and friendly
dilapidated
falling apart or ruined, run-down
queue
a line of people or vehicles
Literature Vocab (To Kill A Mocking Bird)
Guile
Invective
Provocation
Obsteperous
craftiness and cunning in dealing with others
are abusive terms, curses, insults, and/or cuss words
To provoke is to excite some sort of feeling; often anger or…
noisy and unruly
Guile
craftiness and cunning in dealing with others
Invective
are abusive terms, curses, insults, and/or cuss words
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD 4
motivated
victim
circumstantial
temerity
provided with a motive or given incentive for action
an unfortunate person who suffers from some adverse circumsta…
fully detailed and specific about particulars
fearless daring
motivated
provided with a motive or given incentive for action
victim
an unfortunate person who suffers from some adverse circumsta…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird #4
hookah
lineament
caricature
innate
noun; A water pipe
noun; Lines or features of the face
noun; A representation in which distinctive traits are exagge…
adjective; Existing at birth, inborn
hookah
noun; A water pipe
lineament
noun; Lines or features of the face
10 terms
Literature (4)
Vonnegut, Kurt
Wharton, Edith
Whitman, Walt
Wilde, Oscar
American novelist... Slaughterhouse-Five: ... A Duty-Dance with Dea…
British... Ethan Frome
American poet... Leaves of Grass
Irish author... The Picture of Dorian Gray
Vonnegut, Kurt
American novelist... Slaughterhouse-Five: ... A Duty-Dance with Dea…
Wharton, Edith
British... Ethan Frome
97 terms
Literature to kill a mockingbird part two
Tyranny
Unanimous
Evasion
Chameleon
Cruel or oppressive rule
Fully in agreement
To evade something
Lizard that camouflages to anything
Tyranny
Cruel or oppressive rule
Unanimous
Fully in agreement
10 terms
Vocab - SAT 4 - American Literature
Balk
Bandy
Barrage
Battery
To stop short and refuse to proceed
To trade; to give back and forth
A curtain of artillery fire; an overwhelming attack
The unlawful beating of a person; act of beating or pounding
Balk
To stop short and refuse to proceed
Bandy
To trade; to give back and forth
To Kill a Mockingbird 4
frivolous
placid
contemptuous
indignant
Lacking in seriousness or importance
Calm, peaceful
hateful, worthless, lacks respect
showing anger or annoyance
frivolous
Lacking in seriousness or importance
placid
Calm, peaceful
20 terms
Literature Final - To Kill a Mockingbird Characters
Rose Alymer
Miss Caroline
Simon Finch
Mr. Dolphus Raymond
Uncle Jack's cat
Scout's teacher
Scout's ancestor that mistrusted his daughters
The town's social outcast who knew true justice
Rose Alymer
Uncle Jack's cat
Miss Caroline
Scout's teacher
6 terms
Honors 9th Literature To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary
Atticus Finch
Jem Finch
Scout (Jean Louise Finch)
Calpurnia
Father to Scout and Jem; lawyer who defends Tom Robinson.
Scout's brother an one of her best friends; enters young adul…
Sister to Jem Finch and one of his best friends. Asks many qu…
The Finches' black cook. She is a stern disciplinarian and th…
Atticus Finch
Father to Scout and Jem; lawyer who defends Tom Robinson.
Jem Finch
Scout's brother an one of her best friends; enters young adul…
10 terms
World Literature Vocab 4
acquiesce
curtail
ephemeral
abstruse
(v.) to agree to; give in to
(v.) to cut short
(adj.) short-lived
(adj.) difficult to understand; obscure
acquiesce
(v.) to agree to; give in to
curtail
(v.) to cut short
11 terms
Literature Final - To Kill a Mockingbird Quote Identification
"Your boy never stabbed Bob Ewell, did…
"Will you take me home?"
"Well, the night of November twenty-on…
"She'd call me in, suh. Seemed like ev…
Heck Tate
Boo Radley
Bob Ewell
Tom Robinson
"Your boy never stabbed Bob Ewell, did…
Heck Tate
"Will you take me home?"
Boo Radley
10 terms
Literature & Historical Allusions #4
Scopes
Scrooge
Simon Legree
Svengali
...
...
...
...
Scopes
...
Scrooge
...
Literature Vocabulary To Kill a Mockingbird 1-22
Malevolent
Vapid
Cunning
Erratic
Having, showing, or arising from intense vicious ill will, sp…
Obsessed with one's own elegance
Displaying keen insight; crafty
Characterized by lack of consistency, regularity, or uniformity
Malevolent
Having, showing, or arising from intense vicious ill will, sp…
Vapid
Obsessed with one's own elegance
9 terms
Week 4: To Kill a Mockingbird
purloined
pinioned
staccato
notoriety
appropriated wrongfully; stolen
disabled or restrained by binding the arms; shackled
abrupt; disjointed; disconnected, primarily as relating to so…
the state of being widely and unfavorably known
purloined
appropriated wrongfully; stolen
pinioned
disabled or restrained by binding the arms; shackled
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird #4
affirm
elucidate
eccentricities
complacently
to support or confirm
To make clear
odd behaviors or quirks
in a self-satisfied manner
affirm
to support or confirm
elucidate
To make clear
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird#4
corroborate
glean
acrimonious
mollify
confirm
to pick through
harsh,biting
to soothe
corroborate
confirm
glean
to pick through
34 terms
Literature Final - To Kill a Mockingbird Questions
who is the author of To Kill a Mocking…
what is the main character's name?
what is the main character's real name?
what town is the setting for this novel?
Harper Lee
Scout Finch
Jean-Louise Finch
Maycomb County, Alabama
who is the author of To Kill a Mocking…
Harper Lee
what is the main character's name?
Scout Finch
6 terms
"To Kill a Mockingbird" Vocabulary 4
sordid
reprimand
articulate
remorse
very bad or dishonest
to speak in an angry way to someone who has done something wr…
spoken or expressed clearly
feeling of guilt
sordid
very bad or dishonest
reprimand
to speak in an angry way to someone who has done something wr…
6 terms
The Killing Sea vocab 4
audible
mangrove
machete
water buffalo
able to be heard
tropical tree with roots that extend both above and beneath t…
a large, heavy knife with a broad blade
domesticated animal that spends most of its day submerged in…
audible
able to be heard
mangrove
tropical tree with roots that extend both above and beneath t…
Week 4 Dialectic Literature
Prefix: Ex
Extricate
Exasperate
Extol
out, away from
to free or remove from something
to make (someone) very angry or annoyed
to praise highly
Prefix: Ex
out, away from
Extricate
to free or remove from something
To Kill a Mockingbird, Ch. 4
Auspicious (36)
Fruitless (36)
Scuppernong (39)
Abominable (40)
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
(adj.) not producing the desired results, unsuccessful
(n.) a sweet table grape, grown chiefly in the Southern Unite…
(adj.) horrible or unpleasant
Auspicious (36)
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
Fruitless (36)
(adj.) not producing the desired results, unsuccessful
10 terms
to kill a mocking bird #4
feeble
contemporary
commit
desert
weak
someone who does something at the same time as you
to give your word on something
to leave someone/something behind
feeble
weak
contemporary
someone who does something at the same time as you
35 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4
boredom
oak tree
tinfoil
knot-hole
boredom
oak tree
69 terms
American Literature "To Kill a Mockingbird" Review
This person spat in Atticus' face
The first person Scout beats up in the…
Family member Scout hits in the mouth
This person cries during the trial and…
Bob Ewell
Walter Cunningham Jr.
Francis
Dill
This person spat in Atticus' face
Bob Ewell
The first person Scout beats up in the…
Walter Cunningham Jr.
16 terms
American Literature "To Kill a Mockingbird" Vocabulary
abominable
brash
compensation
eluded
detestable; unpleaseant
tactless; bold
something given to make up for something else
avoided or escaped by cleverness or speed
abominable
detestable; unpleaseant
brash
tactless; bold
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