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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 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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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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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
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Literature: "Killing Mr. Griffin" Test #1 (Chapters 1-8) Vocabulary
Foreshadowing
Symbol
Allusion
Metaphor
Clues from the author that something is coming.
Something that stands for something else.
A reference to another piece of literature.
Not Using like or as.
Foreshadowing
Clues from the author that something is coming.
Symbol
Something that stands for something else.
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…
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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
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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
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…
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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…
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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
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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
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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
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Literature vocabulary
informational text
clarify
biography
autobiography
non fiction writing done to inform or teach you about the nat…
to make something clear or easy to understand
a story of a person's life written by another person
a story of a person's life written by him or herself
informational text
non fiction writing done to inform or teach you about the nat…
clarify
to make something clear or easy to understand
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Literature Vocabulary
eddies
contented
chaos
exuded
little whirlwinds
satisfied
complete disorder, confusion
gave off slowly and abundantly
eddies
little whirlwinds
contented
satisfied
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
Real property
Personal property technical name
Human Chattel
Personal property definition
Land and anything attached to the land
Chattel
Slaves
Any property not attached to land
Real property
Land and anything attached to the land
Personal property technical name
Chattel
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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
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.
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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
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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
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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
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Literature Vocabulary
simile
metaphor
skimming
scanning
uses "like" or "as" to compare two things. Example: Waiting f…
the comparison between two unlike things. Example: Community…
reading quickly to find general information
reading quickly to find specific information (a word or fact)…
simile
uses "like" or "as" to compare two things. Example: Waiting f…
metaphor
the comparison between two unlike things. Example: Community…
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Literature Vocabulary
irony
protaganist
antagonist
external conflict
A literary device that uses contradictory statements or situa…
the central character in a story
A character or force in conflict with the main character
A problem or struggle between a character and someone or some…
irony
A literary device that uses contradictory statements or situa…
protaganist
the central character in a story
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Literature Vocabulary
Conflict
Protagonist
Antagonist
Plot
The struggle between the protagonist and the antagonist, arou…
The main character of a story; the character who is meant to…
The character in a story who is working against the protagoni…
The sequence of events that make up a story.
Conflict
The struggle between the protagonist and the antagonist, arou…
Protagonist
The main character of a story; the character who is meant to…
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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…
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
haint
amiable
wisteria
magnesia
ghost
nice
a beautiful purple flower
medicine used for constipation
haint
ghost
amiable
nice
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
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Literature Vocabulary
Protaganist
Antagonist
character traits
compound sentences
the main character in the story that the reader empathizes wi…
A character who opposes the main character in the story, and…
a word that describes a character's personality (not a feeling)
a sentence that contains at least 2 independent clauses. (sen…
Protaganist
the main character in the story that the reader empathizes wi…
Antagonist
A character who opposes the main character in the story, and…
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Literature To Kill a Mockingbird Study Questions
What did Dill dare Jem to do?
What was Scout's first "crime" at scho…
What was Calpurnia's fault?
Why did Scout rub Walter Cunningham's…
to touch the Radley's house
she knew how to read
she taught Scout how to read
Scout blamed Walter for getting her started in school "on the…
What did Dill dare Jem to do?
to touch the Radley's house
What was Scout's first "crime" at scho…
she knew how to read
10 terms
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…
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
pinion
sordid
feral
temerity
bound fast
ignoble or dirty
savage; fierce
boldness
pinion
bound fast
sordid
ignoble or dirty
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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
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Literature Vocabulary
protagonist
antagonist
Plot
conflict
the hero (or the anti-hero) in a story; the character whose q…
the villian of a story, or the character that impedes the pro…
exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, conclusion
the problem at the root of the story's action; the tension th…
protagonist
the hero (or the anti-hero) in a story; the character whose q…
antagonist
the villian of a story, or the character that impedes the pro…
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
perpetrated
quelled
analogous
compensation
(vb.): carried out; committed
to overwhelm something until it is powerless
(adj.): similar; comparable
(n.): to pay for something or to make up for something.
perpetrated
(vb.): carried out; committed
quelled
to overwhelm something until it is powerless
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
tacit
morbid
prowess
vexation
adj. Understood or implied without being stated
adj. gloomy; gruesome; awful
n. Superior ability or skill
n. Irritation or annoyance
tacit
adj. Understood or implied without being stated
morbid
adj. gloomy; gruesome; awful
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
Perpetual
Erratic
persevere
Passé
never ending
Unpredictable
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
old fashioned; out-of-style
Perpetual
never ending
Erratic
Unpredictable
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Vocabulary killed
Detective
Police officer
Killer
Clues
Détective
Officier de police
Tueur
Indice
Detective
Détective
Police officer
Officier de police
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Vocabulary To Kill A Mockingbird
supremacy
resilient
amiable
recluse
supreme authority or power
able to bounce back
pleasant,agreeable,friendly
a person who lives in seclusion
supremacy
supreme authority or power
resilient
able to bounce back
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To Kill a Mockingbird - Vocabulary
customary
impotent
ambled
vague
traditional
ineffective
walk or move slowly
unclear, non specific
customary
traditional
impotent
ineffective
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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
12 terms
Literature Vocabulary
cite
textual evidence
compare
contrast
to quote or show proof
evidence from text to support your ideas and claims
to show how two or more things/ideas are the same
to show how two or more things/ideas are different
cite
to quote or show proof
textual evidence
evidence from text to support your ideas and claims
16 terms
Literature Vocabulary
Myth
Archetype
Ethos
Cosmos
Story told over and over again to explain why something is th…
Typical character that represents patterns of human nature (e…
Spirit of a culture, underlying beliefs, customs and practice…
The universe seen as a well ordered whole
Myth
Story told over and over again to explain why something is th…
Archetype
Typical character that represents patterns of human nature (e…
205 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
apothecary
assuaged
indigenous
malevolent
one who prepares and sells medicines
made less severe or burdensome
occurring or living naturally in an area
having or exhibiting hatred
apothecary
one who prepares and sells medicines
assuaged
made less severe or burdensome
52 terms
Literature Vocabulary
Alliteration
Allusion
Anecdote
Antagonist
Repeating a consonant sound in close proximity to others
A reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing i…
A short narrative account of an amusing, unusual, revealing,…
a character in a story or poem who deceives, frustrates, or w…
Alliteration
Repeating a consonant sound in close proximity to others
Allusion
A reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing i…
15 terms
Literature Vocabulary
theme
tone
mood
point of view
the underlying meaning of a literary work that may be stated…
the attitude of a writer toward a subject or audience.
the emotional feeling that a work of literature produces in a…
the perspective from which a story is narrated.
theme
the underlying meaning of a literary work that may be stated…
tone
the attitude of a writer toward a subject or audience.
12 terms
"To Kill a Mockingbird" Vocabulary
assuage
dictum
diminution
domicile
to ease, to mitigate, to make less painful or burdensome, to…
an authoritative statement, decree
diminishment, reduction
home or residence, abode
assuage
to ease, to mitigate, to make less painful or burdensome, to…
dictum
an authoritative statement, decree
28 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
tacit
morbid
prowess
vexation
adj. Understood or implied without being stated
adj. gloomy; gruesome; awful
n. Superior ability or skill
n. Irritation or annoyance
tacit
adj. Understood or implied without being stated
morbid
adj. gloomy; gruesome; awful
58 terms
Literature Vocabulary
Imagery
Onomatopoeia
Metaphor
Allusion
Describing something using the five sentences.
words that virtually replicate sound.
Comparing two unlike things without using the words like or as.
a reference to a well-known characters, events or things... *Ex:…
Imagery
Describing something using the five sentences.
Onomatopoeia
words that virtually replicate sound.
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
assuage
malevolent
foray
predilection
to make milder or less severe
wishing evil to others, malicious
quick or sudden attack
a bias, a liking, tendency to think favorably of something
assuage
to make milder or less severe
malevolent
wishing evil to others, malicious
28 terms
vocabulary literature
unvanquished
microsecond
mainstream
fiend
not conquered or overcome
one million of a second
the ideas, attitude that are regard as normal or conventional…
an evil spirit
unvanquished
not conquered or overcome
microsecond
one million of a second
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