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Language Arts: To Kill A Mockingbird
Auspicious
Arbitrated
Asinine
Edification
Promising
Judged; Decided
Foolish stupid
Illumination Instruction
Auspicious
Promising
Arbitrated
Judged; Decided
Language Arts~To Kill a Mockingbird
Apprehensive
Condescension
Dictum
Diminutive
Fearful of a bad situation happening
The belief that you are better and more intelligent than others
A well known statement that expresses an important idea
Extremely small
Apprehensive
Fearful of a bad situation happening
Condescension
The belief that you are better and more intelligent than others
15 terms
Language arts To Kill a Mockingbird
contentious
nebulous:
vehemently:
assuaged
belligerent; argumentative
vague (cloudy)
passionately; powerfully
to make milder, soothed, calmed
contentious
belligerent; argumentative
nebulous:
vague (cloudy)
40 terms
Language Art [ To kill a Mockingbird]
assuaged
impotent
imprudent
malevolence
make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
lacking power or ability (-)
Not showing care for the consequences of an action
Ill will or evil intentions
assuaged
make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense
impotent
lacking power or ability (-)
24 terms
Language Arts: To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
Assuaged
Alleged
Illicitly
Concessions / Concede
Verb, To make something less tense.
Adjective, To declare with no proof.
Adverb, To do something illegally.
Verb, To give in to a different opinion.
Assuaged
Verb, To make something less tense.
Alleged
Adjective, To declare with no proof.
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To kill a mockingbird review (for language arts final)
Why did miss Maudie move in with Steph…
What was the verdict
Where is scouts mom
What happened when Jem and scout meet…
Because her house burnt down
They declared tom guilty despite clear evidence to the contra…
Died of a sudden heart attack when scout was 2 and jem was 6
They aren't very impressed because he can read
Why did miss Maudie move in with Steph…
Because her house burnt down
What was the verdict
They declared tom guilty despite clear evidence to the contra…
15 terms
Language arts:To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary
Assuage:verb
entity:noun
eccentric:adj
foray:noun
Make less painful or burdensome... -My fever assuaged after I we…
Something with independent existence... -The entity of the Ameri…
A person with slightly strange views... -Alex is eccentric, at l…
A quick attack usually for purpose of taking plunder... -The for…
Assuage:verb
Make less painful or burdensome... -My fever assuaged after I we…
entity:noun
Something with independent existence... -The entity of the Ameri…
19 terms
Language Arts To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary #4
impudent
detachment
acquit
exhilarated
adjective- disrespectful, sassy or bold in a negative way
noun- the state of being unattached (emotionally)
verb- to free someone or clear a charge
adjective- stimulated, cheerful, merry or happy
impudent
adjective- disrespectful, sassy or bold in a negative way
detachment
noun- the state of being unattached (emotionally)
22 terms
Language Arts To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary #3
appalling
austere
contemptuously
frivolous
adjective- causes dismay, is horrible or terrible
adjective- severe matters of appearance, strict
adverb- in a disrespectful manner, without respect
adjective- silly, not serious
appalling
adjective- causes dismay, is horrible or terrible
austere
adjective- severe matters of appearance, strict
10 terms
Language arts TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD VOCAB
Assuage
Taciturn
Vapid
Predilection
Make better or lesson
Quiet
Boring
Favoring or preference toward something
Assuage
Make better or lesson
Taciturn
Quiet
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Language Arts TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Vocab1
Assuaged
Piety
Dictum
Chattel
relieved; made calm
religious devotion and reverence
an authoritative pronouncement
property other than land that someone owns, usually in refere…
Assuaged
relieved; made calm
Piety
religious devotion and reverence
38 terms
language arts vocab to kill a mockingbird version
assuaged
piety
imprudent
vapid
to lessen or to calm
Devotion and reverence to God
Not showing care for the consequences of an action
(adj.) dull, uninteresting, tiresome; lacking in sharpness, f…
assuaged
to lessen or to calm
piety
Devotion and reverence to God
15 terms
Language arts To Kill a Mockingbird vocabulary
Chapter 9
Inordinantely
Ingenious
Wary
...
Not ordinarily
To be smart at a certain task
To be cautious
Chapter 9
...
Inordinantely
Not ordinarily
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Language arts vocab for to Kill A Mockingbird
Assuaged
Taciturn
Predilection
Foray
To make an unpleasant feeling less intense
Disinclined to talk, silent.
A predisposition in favor of something, preference.
A quick raid or sudden attack
Assuaged
To make an unpleasant feeling less intense
Taciturn
Disinclined to talk, silent.
20 terms
Language Arts- To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
assuaged
impotent
imprudent
malevolence
to lessen or calm
weak, powerless
not prudent; rash
wishing harm or evil to others
assuaged
to lessen or calm
impotent
weak, powerless
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Language Arts - To Kill A Mockingbird (vocabulary)
Assuage
Apothecary
Taciturn
Unsullied
To calm or soothe; make less intense.
A drug store or pharmacy.
Speaking very little; not fond of talking.
To make unstained or untarnished.
Assuage
To calm or soothe; make less intense.
Apothecary
A drug store or pharmacy.
10 terms
Language Arts Part One "To Kill A Mockingbird"
Arbitrated
Auspicious
Contentious
Revelation
To reach an authoritative judgement or settlement
Promising success or favorable
Causing or likely to cause an argument, controversial
A surprising and previously unknown fact especially one that…
Arbitrated
To reach an authoritative judgement or settlement
Auspicious
Promising success or favorable
30 terms
Language ~ To Kill a Mockingbird / Mr. Mclinton
argument
5 parts of an argument
assertion
assertion tag
A series of statements meant to make an audience believe a ce…
- assertion... - evidence... -commentary... -counterargument... -rebuttal
An authors position on an issue , or his claim
Tag 1
argument
A series of statements meant to make an audience believe a ce…
5 parts of an argument
- assertion... - evidence... -commentary... -counterargument... -rebuttal
14 terms
Language Art To kill a mockingbird Vocab 2
Incomprehensible
Tyranny
Unanimous
chameleon
Not able to be understood
A form of government in which the the ruler is an absolute di…
Two or more people fully in agreement
Person who change their opinions or behaviour according to th…
Incomprehensible
Not able to be understood
Tyranny
A form of government in which the the ruler is an absolute di…
21 terms
Language Arts How To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary #2
cordial... She acted toward the class in…
perpetrated... The Scottsboro boys didn't…
unfathomable... The writing in German was…
evade... She EVADED the test at the last…
adjective- friendly, gracious, warm
verb- to commit, to carry out
adjective- completely or unable to be understood
verb- to escape with trickery or cleverness, to avoid
cordial... She acted toward the class in…
adjective- friendly, gracious, warm
perpetrated... The Scottsboro boys didn't…
verb- to commit, to carry out
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Language Arts To Kill A Mockingbird Part 1 Vocab
unfathomable
aberrations
analogous
invective
not understood
deviation from normal
similar in some ways
strong critical or abusive language
unfathomable
not understood
aberrations
deviation from normal
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Language Arts How to Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary #1
ambled... She AMBLED around.
impotent... He was seen to be IMPOTENT.
assuaged ... My mom ASSUAGED me.
malevolent... My king was MALEVOLENT to us.
verb- to walk at a slow,easy or gentle pace
adjective- lacking power or ability, powerless
verb- to satisfy, lessen, calm
adjective- wishing EVIL or harm to others
ambled... She AMBLED around.
verb- to walk at a slow,easy or gentle pace
impotent... He was seen to be IMPOTENT.
adjective- lacking power or ability, powerless
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8th Grade Language Arts: To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
assuaged
brethren
impotent
imprudent
eased; relieved
in this case, members of a particular church or sect (plural…
powerless
bold
assuaged
eased; relieved
brethren
in this case, members of a particular church or sect (plural…
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Language Arts - To Kill A Mockingbird (vocabulary 1-13)
Assuage
Apothecary
Taciturn
Unsullied
To calm or soothe.
A drug store or pharmacy.
Speaking very little; not fond of talking.
To make unstained or untarnished.
Assuage
To calm or soothe.
Apothecary
A drug store or pharmacy.
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language arts:to kill a mockingbird ch.1-11
assuage
apothecary
inquisitive
truant
to soothe or calm
one who studies medicine
asking questions
absent from school with out permission
assuage
to soothe or calm
apothecary
one who studies medicine
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Language Arts: To Kill a Mockingbird; Chapters 1-3 Vocabulary
Assuaged
Taciturn
Inquisitive
Placidly
Noun to lesson the intensity of
Adj. temporarily disinclined to talk
Adj. Given to examination or investigation
Adj. Free of interruption or disturbance
Assuaged
Noun to lesson the intensity of
Taciturn
Adj. temporarily disinclined to talk
9 terms
Language Arts Week 1 Vocab List To Kill A Mockingbird
Discernible
Innate
Indicative
Ensuing
Stands out
Natural
To point something out (to indicate)
Occuring
Discernible
Stands out
Innate
Natural
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Grade 8: Language Arts: To Kill a Mockingbird Quiz Vocab
assuaged
condescension
indigenous
sojourn
to make an unpleasant feeling less intense
An attitude of patronizing superiority; disdain.
Originating in a certain area, Native.
"A temporary stay; vacation; visit"
assuaged
to make an unpleasant feeling less intense
condescension
An attitude of patronizing superiority; disdain.
20 terms
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?
60 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Test 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
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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?
60 terms
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
43 terms
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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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary list #2
caricature
cordial
tirade
vehement
(n.) A portrait (verbal or otherwise) that exaggerates a face…
(adj.) in a friendly manner, hearty; cheery;
(n.) a long, angry speech, usually very critical
(adj.) intense, forceful, powerful
caricature
(n.) A portrait (verbal or otherwise) that exaggerates a face…
cordial
(adj.) in a friendly manner, hearty; cheery;
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary
haint
amiable
wisteria
magnesia
ghost
nice
a beautiful purple flower
medicine used for constipation
haint
ghost
amiable
nice
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Ch. 1 and 2
assuaged
apothecary
piety
malevolent
made less severe or burdensome; eased
one who sells and prepares medicine
religious devotion to God
having or exhibiting hatred
assuaged
made less severe or burdensome; eased
apothecary
one who sells and prepares medicine
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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapters 1-6
apothecary
apothecary
assuage
assuaged
one who prepares and sells medicines
Simon Finch, Scout's ancestor, was a(n) ___________________.
to make less severe or burdensome
Jem's fears of never being able to play football again are ev…
apothecary
one who prepares and sells medicines
apothecary
Simon Finch, Scout's ancestor, was a(n) ___________________.
6 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 11
Apoplectic
Philippic
Umbrage
Rectitude
adj - inclined to having seizures due to apoplexy
n - a verbal tirade, insulting language
n - an annoyance or displeasure
n - rightness of character and morals
Apoplectic
adj - inclined to having seizures due to apoplexy
Philippic
n - a verbal tirade, insulting language
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
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary List 1, 2016
Assuaged
Dictum
Diminutive
Domicile
to ease of make less painful
an authoritative statement of decree
very small
a home or a residence
Assuaged
to ease of make less painful
Dictum
an authoritative statement of decree
35 terms
*To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapters 1-5
assuaged
apothecary*
taciturn
repertoire
(v) to lessen or to calm. ... ... "My nervousness was _____ once I…
(n) an early form of a pharmacist; they could also prepare an…
(adj) habitually silent or quiet, inclined to talk very littl…
(n) all the special skills a person has;... A very good magicia…
assuaged
(v) to lessen or to calm. ... ... "My nervousness was _____ once I…
apothecary*
(n) an early form of a pharmacist; they could also prepare an…
12 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird List 2, 2016
Fractious
Disapprobation
Auspicious
Palette
unruly; a bit out of control
disapproval; condemnation
favorable; of good circumstances
a board on which a painter mixes paint; a blank canvas; a sta…
Fractious
unruly; a bit out of control
Disapprobation
disapproval; condemnation
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 1
assuage
apothecary
piety
chattels
to soothe, calm, or mollify:
a druggist; a pharmacist
devotion to God and family
personal property
assuage
to soothe, calm, or mollify:
apothecary
a druggist; a pharmacist
7 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 2
Condescend
Indigenous
Wallow
Illicitly
to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superio…
innate; inherent; natural
to live self-indulgently; luxuriate; revel
not legally permitted or authorized; unlicensed; unlawful
Condescend
to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superio…
Indigenous
innate; inherent; natural
20 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Quotes
...draggin' him and his shy ways into…
You never really understand a person u…
Don't matter who they are, anybody set…
Thus began our longest journey together.
Heck Tate
Atticus Finch
Calpurnia
Scout
...draggin' him and his shy ways into…
Heck Tate
You never really understand a person u…
Atticus Finch
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Word List #1
assuaged
taciturn
predilection
malevolent
to make milder or less severe, to relieve, to appease
inclined to silence, reserved in speech
a tendency to think favorably of something in particular; par…
wishing harm or evil to others; evil, harmful; injurious
assuaged
to make milder or less severe, to relieve, to appease
taciturn
inclined to silence, reserved in speech
36 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Quote Identification
Thank you for my children, Arthur.
Secretly, Miss Finch, I'm not much of…
Shoot all the blue jays you want, if y…
Well, it'd be sort of like shootin' a…
Atticus
Dolphus Raymond
Atticus
Scout
Thank you for my children, Arthur.
Atticus
Secretly, Miss Finch, I'm not much of…
Dolphus Raymond
13 terms
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
9 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 3
Dispensation
Cordial
Tranquility
Iniquity
something that is distributed or given out
polite, mannerly
calmness; peacefulness; quiet; serenity
a violation of right or duty; wicked act; sin
Dispensation
something that is distributed or given out
Cordial
polite, mannerly
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
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