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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
13 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6
bob-white (n)
kudzu (n)
ensuing (adj)
prowess (n)
taking place afterwards or as a result
superior ability or skill
bob-white (n)
kudzu (n)
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 6
cherub
desolate
dismemberment
ensuing
an angel
dismal, bleak
the pulling apart of limbs
following
cherub
an angel
desolate
dismal, bleak
15 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 6
bob-white
misfigured
ensue
prowess
a New World quail with mottled reddish-brown plumage, and typ…
wrong. (OUTDATED)
happen or occur afterward or as a result
skill or expertise in a particular activity or field
bob-white
a New World quail with mottled reddish-brown plumage, and typ…
misfigured
wrong. (OUTDATED)
25 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 6
positively
kudzu
misfigured
dwell
in a positive way
plant; climbing vine
miscalculated
to keep thinking about
positively
in a positive way
kudzu
plant; climbing vine
10 terms
to kill a mockingbird Chapter 6
to whistle
dresser
to squeak
gate
to whistle
dresser
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6-8 terms
Palate
Rendered
Pillar
Unfathomable
the roof of the mouth, separating the cavities of the nose an…
cause to be or become; make.
a tall vertical structure of stone, wood, or metal, used as a…
incapable of being fully explored or understood.
Palate
the roof of the mouth, separating the cavities of the nose an…
Rendered
cause to be or become; make.
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 6
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
As the children climb through the fenc…
Scout's imagination runs wild through…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
What do they see that makes them run away?
What happens to Jem's pants? What excuse does Dill make up to…
Scout is unable to sleep because she is so scared.
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
What do they see that makes them run away?
11 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 6
descending
ensuing
prowess
ramshackled
Listing from greatest to least
following immediately afterward
Superior skill or ability
(adj) poorly built or poorly maintained
descending
Listing from greatest to least
ensuing
following immediately afterward
13 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6
collards
dismemberment
eerily
ensuing
type of cabbage
to cut that person's limbs off
wierdly/mysteriously
resulting
collards
type of cabbage
dismemberment
to cut that person's limbs off
11 terms
to kill a mockingbird chapter 6
dismemberment
eerily
ensuing
Franklin stone
To tear or cut that person's limbs (arms and legs) off
weirdly; mysteriously
following immediately and as a result of what went before
dismemberment
To tear or cut that person's limbs (arms and legs) off
eerily
weirdly; mysteriously
14 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6 Vocabulary
descend
ensuing
prowess
dwell
v. To move in a downward motion, or to fall downward.... "As th…
adj. Describes something immediately following likewise.... "Th…
n. To be very good or skilled at something.... "My story-writin…
v. To live inside of.... "It is said that a ghost __________s i…
descend
v. To move in a downward motion, or to fall downward.... "As th…
ensuing
adj. Describes something immediately following likewise.... "Th…
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 6
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
As the children climb through the fenc…
Scout's imagination runs wild through…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
What do they see that makes them run away?
What happens to Jem's pants? What excuse does Dill make up to…
Scout is unable to sleep because she is so scared.
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
What do they see that makes them run away?
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 6
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
As the children climb through the fenc…
Scout's imagination runs wild through…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
What do they see that makes them run away?
What happens to Jem's pants? What excuse does Dill make up to…
Scout is unable to sleep because she is so scared.
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
What do they see that makes them run away?
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 6
What was Dill using to construct a cig…
What did the lady in the moon in Mayco…
What did Mr. Avery do every Sunday?
What did Mr. Avery do every night unti…
String and newspaper
She sat at a dresser and combed her hair
Made a change in the collection plate
Sneeze
What was Dill using to construct a cig…
String and newspaper
What did the lady in the moon in Mayco…
She sat at a dresser and combed her hair
19 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 6
What event is happening at the beginni…
Where does Mr. Avery live?
What is Mr. Avery's "performance" that…
At the beginning of the chapter, how d…
Scout and Jem are visiting Dill one more time before he leave…
across from Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose's house
He urinated in an arc from his front porch.
seeing if Mr. Avery will do his "performance" again
What event is happening at the beginni…
Scout and Jem are visiting Dill one more time before he leave…
Where does Mr. Avery live?
across from Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose's house
14 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6
How does this capter begin?
Why does Dill and Jem want to go for a…
Why do the kids wait until nighttime b…
What does Jem keep calling Scout that…
Jem and Scout get permission from Atticus to go say bye to Di…
They want to peek into Boo Radley window
Because it is darker, Atticus is so deep in his book he would…
Girl: She hates being called one
How does this capter begin?
Jem and Scout get permission from Atticus to go say bye to Di…
Why does Dill and Jem want to go for a…
They want to peek into Boo Radley window
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ACR - To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 6 (Week 4)
descend... de·SCEND
ensuing ... en·SU·ing
dwell... dwell
insight ... IN•sight
verb... 1.move or fall downward.... synonyms: go down, come down;…
adj... to come at a later time; to happen as a result... Synonyms…
verb... 1. to think, speak, or write about something... 2. to live…
noun... an understanding of the true nature of something... insig…
descend... de·SCEND
verb... 1.move or fall downward.... synonyms: go down, come down;…
ensuing ... en·SU·ing
adj... to come at a later time; to happen as a result... Synonyms…
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Mr. Finn - Murphy - To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6 Vocabulary
bob-white (n)
kudzu (n)
ensuing (adj)
prowess (n)
taking place afterwards or as a result
superior ability or skill
bob-white (n)
kudzu (n)
18 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 6
Ensuing
Prowess
Beckoning
Ramshackle
occurring afterward
skill or expertise in a particular activity or field
making a motion to tell a person to follow
a state of severe disrepair; broken down
Ensuing
occurring afterward
Prowess
skill or expertise in a particular activity or field
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 6
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
As the children climb through the fenc…
Scout's imagination runs wild through…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
What do they see that makes them run away?
What happens to Jem's pants? What excuse does Dill make up to…
Scout is unable to sleep because she is so scared.
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
What do they see that makes them run away?
To kill a mockingbird chapter 6
Dill's last night of his ______maycomb…
Children try to _____in boo's ____ at…
Almost caught and ____at by ______radley
Who is Nathan radley
Second
Peek... Window
Shot... Nathan
Boo's older brother
Dill's last night of his ______maycomb…
Second
Children try to _____in boo's ____ at…
Peek... Window
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 6
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
As the children climb through the fenc…
Scout's imagination runs wild through…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
What do they see that makes them run away?
What happens to Jem's pants? What excuse does Dill make up to…
Scout is unable to sleep because she is so scared.
They sneak into the Radley's back yard…
Describe what Jem, Scout, and Dill do in the Radley yard at t…
Suddenly they see the shadow of a man:…
What do they see that makes them run away?
10 terms
"To Kill A Mockingbird" Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Ensuing
Prowess
Collards
Ramshackle
To come at a later time: to happen as a result
Great ability or skill
A cabbage related to kale and having a loose head of stalked…
In a very bad condition and needed to be reparied
Ensuing
To come at a later time: to happen as a result
Prowess
Great ability or skill
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 6: Vocabulary
kudzu (n.):
ensuing (adj.):
prowess (n.):
collards (n.):
a quick-growing vine with large leaves, often found in the So…
Something that ensues is something that comes immediately aft…
superior ability or skill
a type of cabbage with very coarse leaves. It would be diffic…
kudzu (n.):
a quick-growing vine with large leaves, often found in the So…
ensuing (adj.):
Something that ensues is something that comes immediately aft…
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Vocabulary- To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6-11
Ensuing
Dismemberments
Waning
Vigil
following the afterwards
cutting up the limbs or parts of something
decreasing or diminishing in size of amount
the act of keeping watch
Ensuing
following the afterwards
Dismemberments
cutting up the limbs or parts of something
7 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6
Why did Jem say to Scout that she was…
What did they see when they went to th…
What happened to Jem's pants?
What was Dill's excuse as to why Jem h…
Because Dill and Jem wanted to peek in the window, but Scout…
They saw "a shadow of a man with a hat on."
They got stuck in the fence and ripped, so he got out of them…
They were playing strip poker.
Why did Jem say to Scout that she was…
Because Dill and Jem wanted to peek in the window, but Scout…
What did they see when they went to th…
They saw "a shadow of a man with a hat on."
14 terms
to kill a mockingbird chapter 6
How long do Jem and Dill choose to obe…
On dill's last day what do himself and…
Who accompanies them later on ?
When the kids look in the house what t…
until dill's last day in maycomb
dill and jem plan to sneak over the radley place and peak in…
scout and they start peeking through various windows around t…
a shadow of a man with a hat on and flee hearing a shotgun go…
How long do Jem and Dill choose to obe…
until dill's last day in maycomb
On dill's last day what do himself and…
dill and jem plan to sneak over the radley place and peak in…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6 Vocabulary
cherub (n)
desolate (adj)
dismemberment (n)
ensuing (adj)
a beautiful or innocent-looking child an angel
deserted, lifeless
the act of breaking up or tearing into pieces, usually a body…
taking place afterwards or as a result Following
cherub (n)
a beautiful or innocent-looking child an angel
desolate (adj)
deserted, lifeless
13 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6 Vocabulary
collards
dismemberment
eerily
ensuing
a type of cabbage with very coarse leaves. It would be diffic…
To dismember someone is to tear or cut that person's limbs (a…
weirdly; mysteriously
Something that ensues is something that comes immediately aft…
collards
a type of cabbage with very coarse leaves. It would be diffic…
dismemberment
To dismember someone is to tear or cut that person's limbs (a…
20 terms
To kill a Mockingbird chapter 6-10
ambrosia
articulate
degeneration
devoid
(noun) something especially delicious to taste or smell.
(adjective) uttered clearly in distinct syllables.
(noun) the condition or state of being degenerate.
(adjective) not possessing, untouched by, void, or destitute
ambrosia
(noun) something especially delicious to taste or smell.
articulate
(adjective) uttered clearly in distinct syllables.
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird- Chapter 6-12 Vocab
Malignant
Ramshackle
Rigid
Waning
dangerous; evil
loose or rickety; about to fall apart
stiff
becoming less bright, intense, or strong.
Malignant
dangerous; evil
Ramshackle
loose or rickety; about to fall apart
5 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 6
What do Jem and Dill plan to do the ni…
What happens while the childern attemp…
How does Dill explain Jem being withou…
Why does Jem decide to go back for his…
They plan to sneak in through the Radley's backyard and peak…
Jem is on he porch ... Someone comes out of the Radley's house b…
Dill said that he had one Dill's pants while playing strip po…
Jem goes back to gets his pants because he suspects that Mr.…
What do Jem and Dill plan to do the ni…
They plan to sneak in through the Radley's backyard and peak…
What happens while the childern attemp…
Jem is on he porch ... Someone comes out of the Radley's house b…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird (( Chapter 6-8 ))
Unfathoable
Prowess
Inconspicuous
Provocation
impossible to understand
skill or expertise
not visible or attracting attention
action of making someone angry
Unfathoable
impossible to understand
Prowess
skill or expertise
20 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 6-10
ambrosia
articulate
degeneration
devoid
a desert made up of a mixture of fruits, nuts, and coconut.
able to speak and express oneself
the process of becoming an immoral of corrupt person
entirely lacking or free from.
ambrosia
a desert made up of a mixture of fruits, nuts, and coconut.
articulate
able to speak and express oneself
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6 - 11
malignant
desolate
provocation
deportment
actively evil in nature, dangerous to health... spiteful, malici…
dreary, sad, deserted, without inhabitants... bleak, bare
to deliberately anger someone... incitement, pressure
how you behave or conduct yourself... behavior, conduct
malignant
actively evil in nature, dangerous to health... spiteful, malici…
desolate
dreary, sad, deserted, without inhabitants... bleak, bare
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6-10 Vocabulary
Ambrosia
Articulate
Degeneration
Devoid
n. something especially delicious to taste or smell.
adj. using language easily and fluently; having facility with…
n. the process of degenerating.
adj. not possessing, untouched by, void, or destitute (usuall…
Ambrosia
n. something especially delicious to taste or smell.
Articulate
adj. using language easily and fluently; having facility with…
20 terms
To kill a Mockingbird: Vocabulary Chapter 6-20
subpoena
acquit
frank
brash
a writ ordering a person to attend a court
free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not gui…
open, honest, and direct in speech or writing
self-assertive in a rude, noisy, or overbearing way
subpoena
a writ ordering a person to attend a court
acquit
free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not gui…
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6-10 Vocab.
ambrosia
articulate
degeneration
devoid
something delicious; the food of the gods
able to speak clearly and expressively
N. Worsening; deterioration
(adj.) not having or using, lacking
ambrosia
something delicious; the food of the gods
articulate
able to speak clearly and expressively
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 6-10
ambrosia
articulate
degeneration
devoid
noun The food of the gods
adj. having of showing the ability to speak fluently
noun the state or process of being or becoming degenerate; de…
adj. entire lacking or free from
ambrosia
noun The food of the gods
articulate
adj. having of showing the ability to speak fluently
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6 & 7 Reading Quiz
What had Jem, Dill, and Scout once wit…
How did the kids get the gate open wit…
What did the kids see a shadow of?
How did Dill say Jem had lost his pants?
He was peeing off the porch and that he could pee at long dis…
They spit on it.
A man with a hat on.
He won them from him.
What had Jem, Dill, and Scout once wit…
He was peeing off the porch and that he could pee at long dis…
How did the kids get the gate open wit…
They spit on it.
5 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird - Chapter 6 study guide
How do the children plan to spend Dill…
What goes wrong with the children's es…
At whom does Mr. Nathan think he has f…
How do the children claim to have spen…
They plan to get into the Radley's backyard, and they pull it…
While they are trying to escape Mr. Nathan Radley fires a gun…
Thieves in his garden patch.
They said that they were playing strip poker down by the fish…
How do the children plan to spend Dill…
They plan to get into the Radley's backyard, and they pull it…
What goes wrong with the children's es…
While they are trying to escape Mr. Nathan Radley fires a gun…
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…
29 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 2
condescend
change hands
haul
be in a haze (fog)
show feelings of superiority; be patronizing
(of a business or building) pass to a different owner
(of a person) pull or drag with effort or force; force (someo…
dazed; not paying attention to what is going on around one; n…
condescend
show feelings of superiority; be patronizing
change hands
(of a business or building) pass to a different owner
15 terms
English To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 6-8
On Dills last night in Macomb, what we…
What is ironic about Jem's statement,…
What scared Jem, Scout and Dill?
What brought all the neighbors out of…
Dill and Jem planned on going into the Radley's backyard and…
Jim is telling Scout that she is acting like a girls though s…
Jim, Scout and Dill saw a shadow moving which scared them.
Gunshots brought all of the neighbors out of their homes, whe…
On Dills last night in Macomb, what we…
Dill and Jem planned on going into the Radley's backyard and…
What is ironic about Jem's statement,…
Jim is telling Scout that she is acting like a girls though s…
13 terms
to kill a mockingbird chapter 9
ambrosia
analogous
attire
bawled
something delicious; the food of the gods
Comparable
clothing
cried out noisily
ambrosia
something delicious; the food of the gods
analogous
Comparable
18 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocab Chapter 6 and 7
Dismemberment
Eerily
Ensuing
Kudzu
to tear or cut that person's limbs (arms and legs) off
weirdly; mysteriously
something that ensues is something that comes immediately aft…
a quick-growing vine with large leaves often found in the Sou…
Dismemberment
to tear or cut that person's limbs (arms and legs) off
Eerily
weirdly; mysteriously
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 7
grim (adj)
assured (v)
perpetual (adj)
embalming (v)
unpleasant; disturbing.
convinced, assuaged
never ending or changing, constant
grim (adj)
unpleasant; disturbing.
assured (v)
convinced, assuaged
58 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 1
assuaged
apothecary
piety
stinginess
to lessen or to calm
druggist; pharmacist
Devotion and reverence to God
parsimony; cheapness; 인색함
assuaged
to lessen or to calm
apothecary
druggist; pharmacist
21 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 8
unfathomable (adj)
Rosetta Stone (n)
touchous (adj)
bade (v)
puzzling..complicated.
Laws of nature; provides the key to the modern understanding…
testy, sensitive
forced
unfathomable (adj)
puzzling..complicated.
Rosetta Stone (n)
Laws of nature; provides the key to the modern understanding…
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