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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
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Literature: Trimester 3 To Kill A Mockingbird
Scout's dad, lawyer, defended Tom Robi…
main character, narrator
Scout's brother, broke his arm
County in Alabama, where the story tak…
Atticus Finch
Jean Louis Finch/Scout
Jem Finch
Maycomb
Scout's dad, lawyer, defended Tom Robi…
Atticus Finch
main character, narrator
Jean Louis Finch/Scout
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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
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary list # 3
corroborate
dictum
perpetual
acquit
(v) supporting with evidence or authority
(n) A formal or authoritative statement
(adj.) Continuing forever; everlasting
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
corroborate
(v) supporting with evidence or authority
dictum
(n) A formal or authoritative statement
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 3
antagonize
articulate
contemporaries
evasion
verb; caused a person or animal to be hostile
adjective; able to express thoughts, ideas, and feelings clea…
noun; someone or something that exists in the same time or era
noun; avoidance of something unpleasant; avoiding an answer t…
antagonize
verb; caused a person or animal to be hostile
articulate
adjective; able to express thoughts, ideas, and feelings clea…
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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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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 3
auspicious
melancholy
quelling
scuppernongs
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
(adj.) sad and gloomy
(verb) to quiet or pacify (adj.) describes something that qui…
(noun) a sweet table grape, grown chiefly in the south
auspicious
(adj.) favorable; fortunate
melancholy
(adj.) sad and gloomy
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British Literature Vocabulary #3
purge (v)
relish (v)
talon (n)
taut (adj)
to cleanse or purify
to enjoy keenly
a claw as on an eagle
pulled tight
purge (v)
to cleanse or purify
relish (v)
to enjoy keenly
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 3
beadle
dictum
domiciled
foray
(n) a minor city official
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
(v.) to establish oneself or another person in a residence.
(n) a brief trip to an unknown area
beadle
(n) a minor city official
dictum
(n) a formal or authoritative statement
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Vocabulary 3, Literature
congress
Egress
convene
Covenant
A coming together
An exit; a means of going out
come together; assemble; call to meet; Ex. convene the council
A binding agreement
congress
A coming together
Egress
An exit; a means of going out
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Kill m vocabulary 3
Altercation
Appalling
Artillery
Austere
A quarrel
Shocking, dreadful
Guns, cannons, or other firing weapons
Stern
Altercation
A quarrel
Appalling
Shocking, dreadful
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary list # 3
corroborating
dictum
perpetual
acquit
(v) supporting with evidence or authority
(n) A formal or authoritative statement
(adj.) Continuing forever; everlasting
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
corroborating
(v) supporting with evidence or authority
dictum
(n) A formal or authoritative statement
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American Literature Vocabulary Unit 3
abominate
circuitous
commiserate
expedite
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred for
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
(v.) to sympathize with, have pity or sorrow for, share a fee…
(v.) to make easy, cause to progress faster
abominate
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred for
circuitous
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
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American Literature Vocabulary 3
accolade
allusion
ambivalent
belligerence
(n.) praise
(n.) indirect reference
(adj.) unable to decide
(n.) aggression
accolade
(n.) praise
allusion
(n.) indirect reference
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American Literature Vocabulary 3
acclaim
adjacent
elicit
engross
(n) great praise or applause, enthusiastic approval
(adj) close; near (to something)
(v) to increase or intensify
(v) to hold the full attention of; absorb
acclaim
(n) great praise or applause, enthusiastic approval
adjacent
(adj) close; near (to something)
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary 3
predilection
profane
propel
propensity
a special liking for something; a preference
showing contempt toward sacred things
to drive or to push forward
preference, natural inclination; a tendency
predilection
a special liking for something; a preference
profane
showing contempt toward sacred things
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To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 1-3 Vocabulary
Piety
Malevolent
Predilection
Indigenous
Respect for certain thing
Evil
Preference
Native
Piety
Respect for certain thing
Malevolent
Evil
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary (Chapters 3-4)
abominable
amiable
auspicious
contentious
(adj) very bad or unpleasant; worthy of or causing disgust or…
(adj) friendly and pleasant; generally agreeable
(adj) showing or suggesting that future success is likely
(adj) likely to cause people to argue or disagree; involving…
abominable
(adj) very bad or unpleasant; worthy of or causing disgust or…
amiable
(adj) friendly and pleasant; generally agreeable
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American Literature Vocabulary 3
Abstain
Boisterous
Capitulate
Diligent
v. to refrain from doing something.
adj. noisy and lacking in restraining or discipline.
v. to surrender under agree conditions.
adj. quietly and steadily persevering in details.
Abstain
v. to refrain from doing something.
Boisterous
adj. noisy and lacking in restraining or discipline.
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary List 3
Elucidate
Unobtrusive
Turbulent
Corroboration
(v) to make clear; to explain.
(adj) not readily noticeable, inconspicuous
(adj) being in a state of agitation or tumult; disturbed
(n) confirmation, verification
Elucidate
(v) to make clear; to explain.
Unobtrusive
(adj) not readily noticeable, inconspicuous
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Literature Unit 3 Vocabulary
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile
(n.) a skillful or ingenius device; a clever trick
(v.) to compel, force
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile
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To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 1-3 Vocabulary
Piety
Impotent
Taciturn
Imprudent
Respect for certain thing
Lacking power or ability
Prone to silence
Revealing things that are secret or private
Piety
Respect for certain thing
Impotent
Lacking power or ability
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To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary 3
Extract
Pensive
Antagonize
Infallible
To pull or draw out
Expressing or revealing thoughtfulness, usually marked by som…
To make hostile or unfriendly actions
Incapable of making mistakes or of being wrong
Extract
To pull or draw out
Pensive
Expressing or revealing thoughtfulness, usually marked by som…
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To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary #3
bout
feeble
perilous
rudimentary
a case of (chicken pox);boxing bouts
weak
dangerous
fundamental
bout
a case of (chicken pox);boxing bouts
feeble
weak
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Literature Vocabulary list 3
renegade
rangy
prostrate
serenity
an outlaw; a rebel
long and slender
lying flat on the ground
the quality of remaining calm
renegade
an outlaw; a rebel
rangy
long and slender
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Literature Vocabulary #3
Barrage
Bigot
Designate
Diversity
A rapid, large scale outpouring of something
An intolerant, prejudiced or biased person
To indicate, point out
Difference, variety
Barrage
A rapid, large scale outpouring of something
Bigot
An intolerant, prejudiced or biased person
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World Literature Vocabulary 3
Aberration
Anachronistic
Caucus
Effusive
a change from what is typical or usual, esp. a temporary change
someone or something placed in the wrong period in history, o…
a meeting of the people who run a political party to plan act…
strongly expressed, or expressed with a lot of emotion
Aberration
a change from what is typical or usual, esp. a temporary change
Anachronistic
someone or something placed in the wrong period in history, o…
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Collection 3 Literature Vocabulary
precipitous
acquiesced
marauders
exasperation
very steep
accepted, complied with
people who roam in search of loot, or goods to steal
great annoyance
precipitous
very steep
acquiesced
accepted, complied with
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Literature Vocabulary #3
n. 1.a person from whom one is descend…
n. a flesh-eating animal adj. flesh-ea…
v. to understand n. the act of underst…
n. the time during which something las…
ancestor
carnivore
comprehend
duration
n. 1.a person from whom one is descend…
ancestor
n. a flesh-eating animal adj. flesh-ea…
carnivore
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Elements of Literature: Vocabulary 3
Point of View
First Person POV
Second Person POV
Third Person POV
The perspective from which the story is told in.
Told from viewpoint of one of the characters using the pronou…
The narrator tells the story using the pronouns "You", "Your"…
The narrator tells the story using pronouns, "He", "She", and…
Point of View
The perspective from which the story is told in.
First Person POV
Told from viewpoint of one of the characters using the pronou…
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Killing Lincoln Vocabulary - Week 3
Benevolent
Pragmatic
Lucid
Plot
kindly, charitable
practical, as opposed to idealistic
easy to understand, clear; rational, sane
A series of related events in a story, each connected to the…
Benevolent
kindly, charitable
Pragmatic
practical, as opposed to idealistic
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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
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Ch. 3 & 4
abominable
amiable
auspicious
contentious
detestable; unpleasant
pleasant; good-natured
presenting favorable circumstances
tending to fight; quarrelsome
abominable
detestable; unpleasant
amiable
pleasant; good-natured
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 1-3
assauge
predilection
foray
ingenious
make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
preference for something; a bias in favor of
a sudden attack or incursion into enemy territory
(of person) clever, original, and inventive
assauge
make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
predilection
preference for something; a bias in favor of
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Literature Vocabulary Unit 3
barrage
bigot
designate
diversity
(n.) rapid, large-scale outpouring of something
(n.) an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
(v.) to indicate, point out; to appoint; (adj.) selected but…
(n.) difference, variety; a condition of having many differen…
barrage
(n.) rapid, large-scale outpouring of something
bigot
(n.) an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
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To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 1-3 Vocabulary
Piety
Dictum
Impotent
Taciturn
Respect for certain thing
A saying
Lacking power or ability
Prone to silence
Piety
Respect for certain thing
Dictum
A saying
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"To Kill a Mockingbird" Chapter 2 & 3 Vocabulary
condescend
indigenous
illicitly
vexations
to talk down to, show feelings of superiority
native; originating in that area
Illegally; without permission
Irritations or annoyances
condescend
to talk down to, show feelings of superiority
indigenous
native; originating in that area
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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 3 Vocabulary
onslaught
speculation
dispensation
irk
(n) attack
(n) the act of discussing or thinking about what might happen…
(n) relaxation of the rules, special privilege
(v) irritate or annoy
onslaught
(n) attack
speculation
(n) the act of discussing or thinking about what might happen…
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Literature Vocabulary Unit 3
barrage
bigot
designate
diversity
(n.) a rapid, large-scale outpouring of something
(n.) an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
(v.) to indicate, point out, to appoint; (adj.) selected but…
(n.) difference, variety, a condition of having many differen…
barrage
(n.) a rapid, large-scale outpouring of something
bigot
(n.) an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
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Vocabulary 3 American Literature
Antebellum
Auspicious
Diffident
Euro
Belonging to a period before a war, esp. The American Civil War
Marked by favorable circumstance; prosperous; propitious
Lacking self- confidence; shy; timid; reserved
Of or from Europe; the currency of the European Union
Antebellum
Belonging to a period before a war, esp. The American Civil War
Auspicious
Marked by favorable circumstance; prosperous; propitious
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Literature Vocabulary Lesson 3
collapse
collide
complex
disastrous
to fall down or apart; to break down suddenly; the act of fal…
to crash; to come together with a violent impact; to come int…
complicated; difficult; a group of related buildings; a group…
seriously harmful; damaging
collapse
to fall down or apart; to break down suddenly; the act of fal…
collide
to crash; to come together with a violent impact; to come int…
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The Vocabulary of Literature Lesson 3
morose
droll
confound
wince
sullen
amusing
to perplex
to shrink involuntarily
morose
sullen
droll
amusing
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Literature Vocabulary 3
Theocracy
Dissembling
Partisan
Avidly
a form of government in which a country is ruled by religious…
to hide your true feelings, opinions
a firm adherent to a party, faction, cause, or person
very eager
Theocracy
a form of government in which a country is ruled by religious…
Dissembling
to hide your true feelings, opinions
10 terms
Literature vocabulary 3
Epicure
Sisyphean
Solecism
Atlas
A person with fine taste in food
Requiring endless, useless effort
Improper language
The book of maps
Epicure
A person with fine taste in food
Sisyphean
Requiring endless, useless effort
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literature vocabulary 3
Bellicose
benevolent
bicameral
bibliophile
warlike
a kind or charitable act
having two legislative chambers of government
a lover of books and things associated with books
Bellicose
warlike
benevolent
a kind or charitable act
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Quarter 3 Literature vocabulary
drifting
frayed
reinvented
somber
being carried along as if by air or water
worn away, unraveled
created again, or made new
dark, melancholy
drifting
being carried along as if by air or water
frayed
worn away, unraveled
10 terms
Literature Vocabulary 3
Avocation
Callous
Capricious
Disparity
A hobby or minor occupation
Showing are having a crew insensitive disregard for others
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior
A great difference
Avocation
A hobby or minor occupation
Callous
Showing are having a crew insensitive disregard for others
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Ch. 3 Vocabulary Literature
allot
amass
audacious
comply
(v.) to assign or distribute in shares or portions
(v.) to bring together, collect, gather, especially for onese…
Fearless and daring
(v.) to yield to a request or command
allot
(v.) to assign or distribute in shares or portions
amass
(v.) to bring together, collect, gather, especially for onese…
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Literature Vocabulary Words 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
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Literature Vocabulary 3
Atrophy
Efficacy
Emolument
Icon
To waste away/ fail to develop
Effectiveness
Salary/ fees for work done
A religious painting/ symbol suggests meaning/one who is idol…
Atrophy
To waste away/ fail to develop
Efficacy
Effectiveness
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