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10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
inconspicuous
rudiments
modest
peril
not noticeable
basics
humble
Danger
inconspicuous
not noticeable
rudiments
basics
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12-14
essence
reconnaissance
protruded
undulate
the main part
research
To stick out
to move in waves
essence
the main part
reconnaissance
research
7 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12 & 13
Habiliments
Ecclesiastical
Impediment
Denunciation
n - clothing
adj - pertaining to the church
n - something that encumbers or slows down progress
n - an act of denouncing
Habiliments
n - clothing
Ecclesiastical
adj - pertaining to the church
19 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 12
trooped
Shadrach
habiliments
denoted
to move along with a group of people
(n.), in the bible, a young man who with Abednego and Meshach…
Clothing
to mark, indicate, serve as a symbol/name; to signify (verb)
trooped
to move along with a group of people
Shadrach
(n.), in the bible, a young man who with Abednego and Meshach…
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
11 terms
Literature Chapter 12
compassion
dying for
patronize
exasperated
a feeling of wanting to help someone who is sick, hungry, in…
to wish strongly or desperately for something
to talk to (someone) in a way that shows that you believe you…
to make (someone) very angry or annoyed
compassion
a feeling of wanting to help someone who is sick, hungry, in…
dying for
to wish strongly or desperately for something
26 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 12
appall
pester
go so far as to
altercation
greatly dismay or horrify
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
to be extreme in talking about or doing something
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
appall
greatly dismay or horrify
pester
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
26 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 12
appall
pester
go so far as to
altercation
greatly dismay or horrify
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
to be extreme in talking about or doing something
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
appall
greatly dismay or horrify
pester
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
29 terms
Literature Chapter 12
Act
Aside
Blocking
Catastrophe
A section of a play.
A comment an actor makes while engaged in dialogue, carefully…
The director's instructions to the actors about their movemen…
The final, terrible suffering of the tragic hero and others a…
Act
A section of a play.
Aside
A comment an actor makes while engaged in dialogue, carefully…
Chapter 12: literature
adage
alliteration
allusion
anthology
traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
repetition of sounds, usually consonants, especially at the b…
an indirect reference to something
a collection of writings by various authors
adage
traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
alliteration
repetition of sounds, usually consonants, especially at the b…
10 terms
American Literature Chapter 12
Slender
Grope
Repel
Ponder
thin
To search blindly with hands
Keep Away
to think carefully about something
Slender
thin
Grope
To search blindly with hands
15 terms
to kill a mockingbird chapter 12
alien
appalling
asafoetida
austere
To make hostile
causing horror or consternation
strong smelling substance made from parsley that is often use…
severe or stern in appearance; undecorated
alien
To make hostile
appalling
causing horror or consternation
15 terms
Eichner: To Kill a Mockingbird IV: Chapter 12-20
altercation
rotogravure
prerogrative
caste system
angry dispute or quarrel
a print or picture made by the process of printing from an en…
a right or privilege that nobly else has
a system of social classes where people are separated by rank…
altercation
angry dispute or quarrel
rotogravure
a print or picture made by the process of printing from an en…
10 terms
American Literature Chapter 12
Slender
Grope
Repel
Ponder
Slim, skinny, thin
Reaching for something (reaches, reached, reach)
To keep away (keeps away, kept away, keeping away)
To think about something carefully (thinks, thought, thinking)
Slender
Slim, skinny, thin
Grope
Reaching for something (reaches, reached, reach)
10 terms
American literature chapter 12
Slender
calloused
Dwell on
Flutter
Thin, skinny, slim
hardened and thickened
Constantly thinking about something and something that a pers…
To fall gently
Slender
Thin, skinny, slim
calloused
hardened and thickened
9 terms
American Literature Chapter 12
Slender
Grope
Ponder
Gape
thin
To search blindly and uncertainly with your hands
Thinking carefully
To stare with open mouth
Slender
thin
Grope
To search blindly and uncertainly with your hands
19 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12-15
What did Calpurnia start calling Jem a…
How did Calpurnia feel about taking th…
Who was the church collecting money fo…
What did the reverend do when there wa…
Mister Jem, because he is 12 and getting older
She liked it. She wanted them to go to church. She wanted peo…
Tim Robinson's wife, Helen Robinson
counts the money in front of everyone
What did Calpurnia start calling Jem a…
Mister Jem, because he is 12 and getting older
How did Calpurnia feel about taking th…
She liked it. She wanted them to go to church. She wanted peo…
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To Kill a Mockingbird, dictionary chapter 12-16
contemptuously
ecclesiastical
qualm
austere
scornfully, in an angry way
related to a church or religion
feeling of unease or nervousness, a problem
strict or severe
contemptuously
scornfully, in an angry way
ecclesiastical
related to a church or religion
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-13
acquired
altercation
compensation
contemptuously
obtained possession of something
an angry dispute; quarrel
something given to make up for... something else
showing contempt; scornfully
acquired
obtained possession of something
altercation
an angry dispute; quarrel
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab chapter 12-16
austere
contemptuously
curtness
myopic
stern
talking down to someone
harsh
not seeing things very clearly
austere
stern
contemptuously
talking down to someone
10 terms
Chapter 12: Literature
Adage
Alliteration
Allusion
Anthology
A traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
Repetition of sounds, usually of consonants, especially at th…
An indirect reference to something
A collection of writings by various authors
Adage
A traditional saying widely considered to be wise and true
Alliteration
Repetition of sounds, usually of consonants, especially at th…
17 terms
To kill mockingbird chapter 12
Inconsistent
Appaling
Altercation
Bode
Displaying a lack of regularity
Causing consternation
Noisy quarrel
Indicate by signs
Inconsistent
Displaying a lack of regularity
Appaling
Causing consternation
25 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
What is different about Jem the days a…
Why does Dill not come to Maycomb Coun…
Where does Atticus go at the beginning…
12
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
He finally found a new father, and he is going stay at home t…
He is called to the state legislature in Montgomery, where he…
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
12
What is different about Jem the days a…
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
38 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 12-31
Altercation
Habiliments
Ecclesiastical
Austere
Noisy or angry argument; a quarry
Clothes
relating to a church
Stern; severe; unyielding
Altercation
Noisy or angry argument; a quarry
Habiliments
Clothes
20 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 12-30
Frivolous
Haughty
Austere
Prerogtive
Not having any serious purpose (Adj)
Arrogantly superior and disdainful (Adj)
Severe or strict in manner,attitude,or appearance (Adj)
A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or…
Frivolous
Not having any serious purpose (Adj)
Haughty
Arrogantly superior and disdainful (Adj)
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To Kill A Mockingbird; Chapter 12 Vocab
Altercation (Noun)
Barnacles (Noun)
Asafoetida (Noun)
Impurity (Noun)
A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
A marine crustacean with an external shell, which attaches it…
A fetid gum obtained from the roots of herbaceous plant, used…
The quality or condition of being impure.
Altercation (Noun)
A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
Barnacles (Noun)
A marine crustacean with an external shell, which attaches it…
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
What is different about Jem the days a…
Why does Dill not come to Maycomb Coun…
Where does Atticus go at the beginning…
12
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
He finally found a new father, and he is going stay at home t…
He is called to the state legislature in Montgomery, where he…
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
12
What is different about Jem the days a…
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
To Kill a Mockingbird-Chapter 12 Vocab
shocking; horrifying
stern and severe
dressed
hardworking manner
Appalling
Austere
Clad
Diligently
shocking; horrifying
Appalling
stern and severe
Austere
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab chapter 12-14
Compensation
Emerge
Acquired
Ecclesiastical
(n) typically money, awarded to someone as a recompense for l…
(v) move out of or away from something and come into view; to…
(v) buy or obtain an object or asset for oneself
(adj) of or relating to church
Compensation
(n) typically money, awarded to someone as a recompense for l…
Emerge
(v) move out of or away from something and come into view; to…
18 terms
Chapter 12 to kill a mocking bird
alien
appalling
asafoetida
austere
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(adj.) inspiring shock, horror, disgust (The judge found the…
strong smelling substance made from parsley that is often use…
severe or stern in appearance; undecorated
alien
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
appalling
(adj.) inspiring shock, horror, disgust (The judge found the…
20 terms
To kill a mocking bird chapter 12-16
Haughty
Innate
Qualms
Tedious
arrogantly superior and disdainful
inborn natural
a momentary faint or sick feeling
too long, slow, or dull; tire some or monotonous
Haughty
arrogantly superior and disdainful
Innate
inborn natural
10 terms
To Kill Mocking Bird chapter 12-18 vocab
Altercation
Impediment(s)
Austere
Tedious
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
obstruction, hindrance, obstacle
Severe or strict
tiresome because of length or dullness
Altercation
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
Impediment(s)
obstruction, hindrance, obstacle
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-18 Vocabulary
Austere
Frivolous
curt
Devoid
Severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearance.
Not having any serious purpose or value.
Rudely brief.
Entirely lacking or free from.
Austere
Severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearance.
Frivolous
Not having any serious purpose or value.
27 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 12
appall
pester
go so far as to
altercation
greatly dismay or horrify
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
to be extreme in talking about or doing something
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
appall
greatly dismay or horrify
pester
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
10 terms
literature chapter 12-15
tenacity
connoisseur
rueful
precipice
not easily pulled apart. willing to never give up
a critical judge in matters of art or taste
a regret sorrow
a situation of great danger
tenacity
not easily pulled apart. willing to never give up
connoisseur
a critical judge in matters of art or taste
Chapter 12 - Killing Bacteria
Sterilization
Disinfection
Antisepsis
Degerming
Nothing survives, not even bacterial spores
Killing vegetative cells, spores may survive - surfaces and e…
Killing/removing vegetative pathogen from living tissue - saf…
Mechanical removal of most microbes from site
Sterilization
Nothing survives, not even bacterial spores
Disinfection
Killing vegetative cells, spores may survive - surfaces and e…
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To Kill A Mockingbird Vocab --Chapter 12-13
fret
repine
frivolous
contemptuously
To become worried
To feel dejection or discontent
Lacking in seriousness, foolish
To express disapprovingly, scornfully, disrespectfully
fret
To become worried
repine
To feel dejection or discontent
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
20 terms
Literature chapter 12
abound
braggart
cache
clarification
to be plentiful, be filled
a boaster; (adj.) boastful in a loud, annoying way.
a hiding place; something hidden or stored.
the act of making clear or understandable; an explanation.
abound
to be plentiful, be filled
braggart
a boaster; (adj.) boastful in a loud, annoying way.
15 terms
Mr. Finn - Murphy - To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12 Vocabulary
appalling
austere
pester
outburst
shocking; horrifying
stern and severe
annoy
say something without thinking about it, sudden expression of…
appalling
shocking; horrifying
austere
stern and severe
6 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12
altercation
indignantly
ecclesiastical
austere
a dispute
showing feelings of disgust and anger
relating to the church
morally strict
altercation
a dispute
indignantly
showing feelings of disgust and anger
11 terms
Chapter 12- To Kill a Mockingbird
Altercation
*Frivolous
*Dilligent
*Provoke(d)
A noisy argument or disagreement, usually in public.
Not having any serious purpose or value; not serious.
Careful and wanting to do your duty well in one's work or obl…
To deliberately stimulate negative feelings or anger in anoth…
Altercation
A noisy argument or disagreement, usually in public.
*Frivolous
Not having any serious purpose or value; not serious.
9 terms
LITERATURE: CHAPTER 12 VOCABULARY
Verse
Paraphrase
Summary
Subject
The term has two major meanings. It refers to any single line…
The restatement in one's own words of what one understands a…
a brief condensation of the main idea or plot of a work. A su…
The main topic of a work, whatever the work is "about."
Verse
The term has two major meanings. It refers to any single line…
Paraphrase
The restatement in one's own words of what one understands a…
53 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird (chapter 12)
appetite
appall
impose
alter
可算名詞 [具体的には 可算名詞]... 1食欲.... have a good [poor] appetite 食が進む[進まない]…
動詞 他動詞... 〈人を〉ぞっと[ぎょっと]させる,〈人の〉顔色をなくさせる 《★しばしば受身で用い,「(...に)ぞっと[ぎ…
動詞 他動詞... 1〔+目的語(+前置詞+(代)名詞)〕... a〈義務・罰・税などを〉〔人に〕負わせる,課する,賦課する 〔on,…
名詞不可算名詞 [具体的には 可算名詞]... 口論,激論 〔with〕.... I had an altercation with…
appetite
可算名詞 [具体的には 可算名詞]... 1食欲.... have a good [poor] appetite 食が進む[進まない]…
appall
動詞 他動詞... 〈人を〉ぞっと[ぎょっと]させる,〈人の〉顔色をなくさせる 《★しばしば受身で用い,「(...に)ぞっと[ぎ…
13 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12
Altercation
Bode
Frivolous
Habiliments
angry quarrel
to be an omen of
silly
clothing
Altercation
angry quarrel
Bode
to be an omen of
10 terms
To Kill a MOngingbird chapter 12
unbearable
invade
linger
propel
incapable of being put up with
to intrude upon, infringe, encroach on, violate
remain present although waning or gradually
cause to move forward with force
unbearable
incapable of being put up with
invade
to intrude upon, infringe, encroach on, violate
20 terms
Chapter 12 Vocab for Literature
appreciable
autocratic
blanch
blasphemy
(adj.) sufficient to be noticed or measured
(adj.) absolute in power or authority
(v.) to remove the color from; to make or turn pale; to parboil
(n.) an act, utterance, or writing showing contempt for somet…
appreciable
(adj.) sufficient to be noticed or measured
autocratic
(adj.) absolute in power or authority
Literature chapter 12-25
of the same time era; about the same age
not readily noticeable
danger
to go against
contemporaries
inconspicuous
peril
contradict
of the same time era; about the same age
contemporaries
not readily noticeable
inconspicuous
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