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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…
13 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 4
auspicious (adj) aw spish us
dunce cap (noun)
sluggishly (adv)
provoke (v)
favorable, optimistic
hat students who teachers thought to be foolish had to wear
slowly
cause to act
auspicious (adj) aw spish us
favorable, optimistic
dunce cap (noun)
hat students who teachers thought to be foolish had to wear
35 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4
boredom
oak tree
tinfoil
knot-hole
boredom
oak tree
9 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 4
abominable
arbitrated
auspicious
evasion
horrid
judged, decided
promising
avoidance
abominable
horrid
arbitrated
judged, decided
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4 & 5
benign
tacit
pestilence
benevolence
adj - having a kindly disposition, gracious
adj - silent, implied
n - something considered harmful, deadly, or evil
n - an act of kindness, a charitable gift
benign
adj - having a kindly disposition, gracious
tacit
adj - silent, implied
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4 & 5
benign
tacit
pestilence
benevolence
adj - having a kindly disposition, gracious
adj - silent, implied
n - something considered harmful, deadly, or evil
n - an act of kindness, a charitable gift
benign
adj - having a kindly disposition, gracious
tacit
adj - silent, implied
44 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4-7 Review
What game do the children make up in t…
Who do you suppose was laughing inside…
How do you think he/she views the chil…
What's the significance/symbolism of M…
Pretending they are The Radleys - they take turns playing par…
Boo Radley... Boo was responsible for the gifts and mending of J…
Boo probably thinks its funny because the kids have only hear…
The two small cakes are for Scout and Dill because they are s…
What game do the children make up in t…
Pretending they are The Radleys - they take turns playing par…
Who do you suppose was laughing inside…
Boo Radley... Boo was responsible for the gifts and mending of J…
18 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 4
Auspicious
Expend
Tyranny
Provoke
Conducive to success; favorable
to pay out, spend; to use up
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Anger, arouse, bring to action
Auspicious
Conducive to success; favorable
Expend
to pay out, spend; to use up
24 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 4
auspicious
loot
wad
go to trouble
conducive to success; favorable
goods, especially private property taken from an enemy in war…
a portion of chewing gum, or of tobacco or a narcotic when us…
to endure the effort or bother of doing something
auspicious
conducive to success; favorable
loot
goods, especially private property taken from an enemy in war…
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 4
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
"Summer was...sleeping on the back scr…
Scout uses a series of metaphors to de…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
In the paragraph beginning, "Summer was on the way...," Scout…
What literary term best fits her description?
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
To kill a Mockingbird. Chapter 4
Auspicious
Evolved into
Expend
Legislature
conducive to success;
to gradually change and develop over a period of time
spend or use up (a resource such as money, time, or energy).
the part of government that makes and changes laws.
Auspicious
conducive to success;
Evolved into
to gradually change and develop over a period of time
10 terms
to kill a mockingbird chapter 4
magisterial
auspicious
unanimous
ritual
learned and authoritative
Favorable
in complete agreement
a ceremonial act; a customary procedure
magisterial
learned and authoritative
auspicious
Favorable
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 4
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
"Summer was...sleeping on the back scr…
Scout uses a series of metaphors to de…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
In the paragraph beginning, "Summer was on the way...," Scout…
What literary term best fits her description?
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
7 terms
Mr. Finn - Murphy - To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4 Vocabulary
auspicious
expend
provoke
unanimous
adjective... favorable circumstances or good luck... The first test…
verb... use up or consume fully... I ______(ed) all my energy in my…
verb... provide the needed stimulus for, call forth... The girl was…
adjective... in complete agreement... The vote of the jury must be…
auspicious
adjective... favorable circumstances or good luck... The first test…
expend
verb... use up or consume fully... I ______(ed) all my energy in my…
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 4
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
"Summer was...sleeping on the back scr…
Scout uses a series of metaphors to de…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
In the paragraph beginning, "Summer was on the way...," Scout…
What literary term best fits her description?
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 4
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
"Summer was...sleeping on the back scr…
Scout uses a series of metaphors to de…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
In the paragraph beginning, "Summer was on the way...," Scout…
What literary term best fits her description?
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 4-6
What did Scout and Jem find in the Rad…
What does Mrs. Dubose do to the childr…
How did Jem get even with Scout for co…
What was the Boo Radley game?
Gum and pennies
Berates them
Pushed her in the tire into the Radley yard
Reenacting Boo Radley stories
What did Scout and Jem find in the Rad…
Gum and pennies
What does Mrs. Dubose do to the childr…
Berates them
26 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 4
What things were expended by the State…
What had Atticus served in?
Had Atticus and his brother ever gone…
How had Jem been Educated?
Wax crayons and construction paper
The state legislature
No
Half-decimal and half- duncecap
What things were expended by the State…
Wax crayons and construction paper
What had Atticus served in?
The state legislature
20 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 4
At what time are Scout and Jem dismiss…
What does Scout find in the knothole w…
What is the first item Jem finds in…
Who is "the meanest old woman who ever…
Scout - 2:30... Jen - 3:00
two pieces of chewing gum wrapped in tinfoil.
a small box with Indian-head pennies
Mrs. Dubose Lafayette
At what time are Scout and Jem dismiss…
Scout - 2:30... Jen - 3:00
What does Scout find in the knothole w…
two pieces of chewing gum wrapped in tinfoil.
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4
To what does Scout compare the Maycomb…
What kind of tree does Scout notice in…
What does Scout notice in the oak tree…
What did Scout immediately want to do…
A treadmill
Oak
Chewing gum
Put it in her mouth
To what does Scout compare the Maycomb…
A treadmill
What kind of tree does Scout notice in…
Oak
To Kill a Mockingbird-Chapter 4-6 Vocab
Favorable
Cautiously
sad and gloomy
stupid silly
Auspicious
Gingerly
Melancholy
Asinine
Favorable
Auspicious
Cautiously
Gingerly
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4-7 Review
What game do the children make up in t…
Who do you suppose was laughing inside…
How do you think he/she views the chil…
What's the significance/symbolism of M…
Pretending they are The Radleys - they take turns playing par…
Boo Radley... Boo was responsible for the gifts and mending of J…
Boo probably thinks its funny because the kids have only hear…
The two small cakes are for Scout and Dill because they are s…
What game do the children make up in t…
Pretending they are The Radleys - they take turns playing par…
Who do you suppose was laughing inside…
Boo Radley... Boo was responsible for the gifts and mending of J…
31 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 4
Atticus and Brother
How does Jem function
Scout comes home from school ...?
What does she notice in front of Radle…
They seem to know everything in the eyes of Scout
He functions in either a group or alone
She comes home 30 minutes before Jem at 2:30 p.m.
She noticed shiny tinfoil, sticking out of a big tree. It was…
Atticus and Brother
They seem to know everything in the eyes of Scout
How does Jem function
He functions in either a group or alone
44 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4-7 Review
What game do the children make up in t…
Who do you suppose was laughing inside…
How do you think he/she views the chil…
What's the significance/symbolism of M…
Pretending they are The Radleys - they take turns playing par…
Boo Radley... Boo was responsible for the gifts and mending of J…
Boo probably thinks its funny because the kids have only hear…
The two small cakes are for Scout and Dill because they are s…
What game do the children make up in t…
Pretending they are The Radleys - they take turns playing par…
Who do you suppose was laughing inside…
Boo Radley... Boo was responsible for the gifts and mending of J…
To kill a mockingbird chapter 4
Scout finds ___________in the radley t…
Scout and jem find indian-head ________
____returns scout gets rolled in a ___…
Invent the _______game
Chewing gum
Pennies
Dill... Tire... Radley
Boo radley
Scout finds ___________in the radley t…
Chewing gum
Scout and jem find indian-head ________
Pennies
11 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 4
Auspicious
Fruitless
Sluggishly
Unanimous
favorable, characterized by success
failing to achieve desired results; unproductive; useless
slow-moving or inactive; lacking energy or alertness
fully in agreement
Auspicious
favorable, characterized by success
Fruitless
failing to achieve desired results; unproductive; useless
61 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird (chapter 4)
auspicious
expend
inch
sluggish
形容詞... 1前兆のよい,さい先のよい.... 2めでたい,吉兆の.
他動詞... 1〔+目的語+前置詞+(代)名詞〕〈時間・労力などを〉〔...に〕費やす,消費する 〔on,upon,in〕《★【…
他動詞... 〔+目+副(句)〕... 1〈...を〉少しずつ動かす.... 2[--- one's way で] ゆっくり進む; しのび寄…
形容詞... 1動きののろい; 〈流れなど〉ゆるやかな.... 2a機能の鈍い,不活発な.... b不振な,不景気な.... 3怠ける,怠惰な.
auspicious
形容詞... 1前兆のよい,さい先のよい.... 2めでたい,吉兆の.
expend
他動詞... 1〔+目的語+前置詞+(代)名詞〕〈時間・労力などを〉〔...に〕費やす,消費する 〔on,upon,in〕《★【…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4
abominable
arbitrated
auspicious
evasion
horrid
judged; decided
promising
avoidance
abominable
horrid
arbitrated
judged; decided
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 4
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
"Summer was...sleeping on the back scr…
Scout uses a series of metaphors to de…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
In the paragraph beginning, "Summer was on the way...," Scout…
What literary term best fits her description?
Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum…
What does Scout find in one of the trees at the edge of the R…
She and Jem find a small box covered i…
Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tr…
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4 vocab
auspicious
Dewey Decimal
dunce cap
hastily
favorable; fortunate
A system used in libraries for classification of books and ot…
A hat that was used to punish and humiliate students in schoo…
quickly and with little thought
auspicious
favorable; fortunate
Dewey Decimal
A system used in libraries for classification of books and ot…
20 terms
To kill a mockingbird Chapter 4
brutally because of the curriculum
moves too slowly and frustrates her
tinfoil sticking out of a one of the R…
two pieces of gum
How did the year continue for Scout ?
What does Scout not like about the school's curriculum ?
When Scout's passes the Radley Place what does she find ?
When Scout reaches into the oak tree what does she discover ?
brutally because of the curriculum
How did the year continue for Scout ?
moves too slowly and frustrates her
What does Scout not like about the school's curriculum ?
5 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 4
auspicious
opposition
impulse
ethical
promising good favor; favorable or successful
a person or group of people opposing, criticizing, or protest…
a sudden desire, whim, or inclination; instinctual drive or u…
morally upright
auspicious
promising good favor; favorable or successful
opposition
a person or group of people opposing, criticizing, or protest…
10 terms
to kill a mockingbird vocab chapter 4-6
unanimous
abominable
foolhardy
tacit
fully in agreement
hateful
reckless
unspoken
unanimous
fully in agreement
abominable
hateful
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 4
abominable
arbitrated
auspicious
evasion
horrid, Horrible or unpleasant
judged; decided
promising, (adj.) favorable; fortunate
act of avoiding
abominable
horrid, Horrible or unpleasant
arbitrated
judged; decided
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4 Vocab
Tyranny (n)
Meddle (v)
Abominable (adj.)
Wallow (v)
-Cruel and oppressive government or rule.
-Interfere in or busy oneself unduly with something that is n…
-Causing moral revulsion.... -Very bad or unpleasant
-Indulge in an unrestrained way.
Tyranny (n)
-Cruel and oppressive government or rule.
Meddle (v)
-Interfere in or busy oneself unduly with something that is n…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird vocab: chapter 4-5
unanimous
abominable
foolhardy
tacit
fully in agreement
very bad or unpleasant
recklessly bold or rash
understood or implied without being stated
unanimous
fully in agreement
abominable
very bad or unpleasant
7 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 4
What do Jem and Scout find in the knot…
What is a knot hole?
How does Scout and Jem imagine the stu…
What game do the children decide to pl…
Scout finds two pieces of double mint gum... Jem finds two India…
A hole in a tree
They think it is somebody's hiding place
Radley family game
What do Jem and Scout find in the knot…
Scout finds two pieces of double mint gum... Jem finds two India…
What is a knot hole?
A hole in a tree
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4-7
tyranny
unanimous
evasion
chameleon
extreme harshness or severity; rigor
in complete agreement
act of avoiding
like a lizard known for changing colors to match its surround…
tyranny
extreme harshness or severity; rigor
unanimous
in complete agreement
15 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird- Chapter 4-6 vocabulary
auspicious
scuppernongs
edification
quibbling
favorable
sweet grape
education
avoiding the main point by bringing up petty details in an ar…
auspicious
favorable
scuppernongs
sweet grape
7 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4
what did Jem and Scout find in the tre…
How do you keep safe from "hot steams"?
What are "Hot Steams"?
How did Dill return back to Maycomb fr…
Gum, 2 Indian head pennies, a ball of twine, 2 soap dolls, po…
by saying "Angel bright life and death, get off the road, don…
Somebody who can't get to heaven and wanders the road in the…
He rode the train all by himself.
what did Jem and Scout find in the tre…
Gum, 2 Indian head pennies, a ball of twine, 2 soap dolls, po…
How do you keep safe from "hot steams"?
by saying "Angel bright life and death, get off the road, don…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird vocab: chapter 4-5
unanimous
abominable
foolhardy
tacit
fully in agreement
very bad or unpleasant
recklessly bold or rash
understood or implied without being stated
unanimous
fully in agreement
abominable
very bad or unpleasant
31 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 4
Atticus and Brother
How does Jem function
Scout comes home from school ...?
What does she notice in front of Radle…
They seem to know everything in the eyes of Scout
He functions in either a group or alone
She comes home 30 minutes before Jem at 2:30 p.m.
She noticed shiny tinfoil, sticking out of a big tree. It was…
Atticus and Brother
They seem to know everything in the eyes of Scout
How does Jem function
He functions in either a group or alone
14 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 4
How does Jem function
How many tree's were there?
What does Jem do when he see's Scout?
What does Jem ask her to do after she…
He functions in either a group or alone
2 wild oaks
He screams at her for ... 1. going to the Radleys place... 2. touch…
Jem makes sure that she gargles or else he will tell Calpurnia
How does Jem function
He functions in either a group or alone
How many tree's were there?
2 wild oaks
24 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4-9
Aberration
Adjacent
Analogous
Ascertaining
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
next to or adjoining something else. (Synonyms: neighboring,…
comparable in certain respect, typically in a way that makes…
find (something) out for certain, make sure of. (Synonyms: di…
Aberration
a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Adjacent
next to or adjoining something else. (Synonyms: neighboring,…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 4 Vocabulary
abominable
arbitrated
evasion
melancholy
horrid
judged;decided
avoidance
sadness,depression
abominable
horrid
arbitrated
judged;decided
8 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 4-7 Vocab.
abominable
asinine
ascertain
edification
horrid; horrible
mindless
to find out
illumination; instruction
abominable
horrid; horrible
asinine
mindless
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 4
abominable
arbitrated
auspicious
evasion
horrid
judged; decided
promising
avoidance
abominable
horrid
arbitrated
judged; decided
18 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 4-11
auspicious
arbitrated
cordiality
melancholy
(adj) Signaling favorable or promising results
(v) to judge or decide
(n) friendliness; warmth of regard; amiability
(adj) sad and gloomy
auspicious
(adj) Signaling favorable or promising results
arbitrated
(v) to judge or decide
25 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 6
collards
kudzu
misfigured
dwell
a type of cabbage with very coarse leaves
plant; climbing vine
miscalculated
to keep thinking about
collards
a type of cabbage with very coarse leaves
kudzu
plant; climbing vine
To kill a mockingbird quotations chapter 4
Time passing pg 39
Scout's thought process pg 39
Description of summer pg 40
Jem's thought process pg 40
As the year passed
My first impulse was to get it in my mouth
Parched landscape
Grown folks don't have hiding places
Time passing pg 39
As the year passed
Scout's thought process pg 39
My first impulse was to get it in my mouth
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