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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
21 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11 Vocabulary
feeble
rudiments
Providence
mausoleum
lacking physical strength, especially due to age or illness
the basics of a subject
God/Fait
a tomb
feeble
lacking physical strength, especially due to age or illness
rudiments
the basics of a subject
10 terms
To kill a mockingbird chapter 9-11 vocabulary
Analogoue
Antagonized
Articulate
Contemporaries
Possessing connections, similarities
Created an enemy or an antagonist
To speak clearly and in distinct syllables
Those who exist/live at the same time
Analogoue
Possessing connections, similarities
Antagonized
Created an enemy or an antagonist
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 9-11
Analogous
Antagonized
Articulate
Contemporaries
Possessing connections, similarities
Created an enemy or an antagonist
To speak clearly and in distinct syllable
Those who exist/live at the same time
Analogous
Possessing connections, similarities
Antagonized
Created an enemy or an antagonist
21 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11 Vocabulary
feeble
rudiments
Providence
mausoleum
lacking physical strength, especially due to age or illness
the basics of a subject
God/Fait
a tomb
feeble
lacking physical strength, especially due to age or illness
rudiments
the basics of a subject
22 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9 Vocabulary
analogous
changelings
deportment
fanatical
comparable
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
a person's behavior or manners
obsessive
analogous
comparable
changelings
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 9-11
erratic
livid
obscure
palliation
in an irregular pattern
angry
uncertain
to relieve or lessen without curing
erratic
in an irregular pattern
livid
angry
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9 Vocabulary
analogous (adj)
changelings (n)
deportment (n)
fanatical (adj)
similar to, like
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
a person's behavior or manners
obsessive, very enthusiastic, keen
analogous (adj)
similar to, like
changelings (n)
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11
Erratic
Livid
Obscure
Palliation
not even
arrangy
not disscover
terminal diseases
Erratic
not even
Livid
arrangy
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird vocab; chapter 9-11
erratic
livid
obscure
palliation
unpredictable
uriously angry
not discovered or known about
to relieve or lessen without curing
erratic
unpredictable
livid
uriously angry
10 terms
Chapter 9-11 ~ To kill a mockingbird
Analogous
Antagonized
Articulate
Contemporaries
Possessing connections, similarities
Created an enemy or an antagonist
To speak clearly and in distinct syllables
Those two exist/live at the same time
Analogous
Possessing connections, similarities
Antagonized
Created an enemy or an antagonist
53 terms
To kill a mockingbird Chapter 9 vocabulary
gastric
ringworm
still
inordinately
in the stomach
contagious skin disease caused by fungus
apparatus used for making alcoholic liquors
too much or too many
gastric
in the stomach
ringworm
contagious skin disease caused by fungus
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11 Vocab
Erratic
Livid
Obscure
Palliation
Not regular
Furiously angry
Not known
Relieve without a cure
Erratic
Not regular
Livid
Furiously angry
18 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11 Vocab
inordinately
ingenuous
analogous
wary
unregulatedly; disorderly; excessively
noble; honorable; straightforward
showing a likeness which permits one to draw an analogy; simi…
marked by keen caution; cunning and watchful
inordinately
unregulatedly; disorderly; excessively
ingenuous
noble; honorable; straightforward
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 9-11 Vocabulary
analogous
provocation
obstreperous
evasion
similar or equivalent in some respects
something that incites or provokes; a means of arousing or st…
boisterous, noisy, aggressive, defiant
the act of physically escaping from something
analogous
similar or equivalent in some respects
provocation
something that incites or provokes; a means of arousing or st…
19 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 9
Cecil had announced in the schoolyard…
Scout is so furious with Cecil for not…
Cecil calls her a coward but she feels…
Atticus is defending a black man named…
As the chapter begins, Scout is yelling at Cecil Jacobs, a bo…
How does the fight end?
What makes Scout feel "noble"?
Who is Atticus defending?
Cecil had announced in the schoolyard…
As the chapter begins, Scout is yelling at Cecil Jacobs, a bo…
Scout is so furious with Cecil for not…
How does the fight end?
63 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 9
thin time
wear me out
sinking spells
afflicted
a time of not being close; opposite of thick as thieves
to beat
fainting
Suffering or sickened
thin time
a time of not being close; opposite of thick as thieves
wear me out
to beat
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary for Chapters 9-11
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
possessing connections, similarities
created an enemy or an antagonist
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables
those who exist/live at the same time
analogous
possessing connections, similarities
antagonized
created an enemy or an antagonist
13 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird; Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Inordinately
Lineaments
Ingenuous
Inevitable:
Exceeding reasonable limits.
a distinctive feature or characteristic, especially of the fa…
(of a person or action) innocent and unsuspecting.
Unavoidable; something that is certain to happen.
Inordinately
Exceeding reasonable limits.
Lineaments
a distinctive feature or characteristic, especially of the fa…
10 terms
vocabulary to kill a mockingbird chapter 9,10,11
Erratic
Livid
Obscure
Palliation
not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpredictable.
furiously angry.
not discovered or known about; uncertain.
to relieve or lessen without curing; mitigate;
Erratic
not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpredictable.
Livid
furiously angry.
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11 Vocabulary Words
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
possessing connections, similarities
created an enemy or an antagonist
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables
those who exist/live at the same time
analogous
possessing connections, similarities
antagonized
created an enemy or an antagonist
14 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 9 Vocabulary
acrimonious
boiling
complacently
congenital
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone, sarcastic
angry or unruly group
in a self-satisfied manner
existing at birth
acrimonious
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone, sarcastic
boiling
angry or unruly group
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11 Vocab.
Contemporaries
Nauseating
Antagonized
provocation
existing or happening in the same time period
causing you to fell like you're going to vomit
to cause someone to feel hostile or angry
an action or occurrence that causes someone to become angry
Contemporaries
existing or happening in the same time period
Nauseating
causing you to fell like you're going to vomit
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
corresponding in the same particular (similar)
to be hostile, unfriendly (insulted)
utter clearly in distinct syllables (ennunciate)
a person of the same age as another (concurrent)
analogous
corresponding in the same particular (similar)
antagonized
to be hostile, unfriendly (insulted)
24 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9 Vocabulary
analogous
changelings
deportment
fanatical
comparable
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
a person's behavior or manners
obsessive
analogous
comparable
changelings
Strange children secretly put in the place of another by fair…
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 9, 10 and 11 Vocabulary
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
something similar to something else
to act in opposition to something
being able to speak clearly
happening or living in the same time period
analogous
something similar to something else
antagonized
to act in opposition to something
5 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab Chapter 9-11
vehemently
innate
peril
wary
strongly or intensely
inborn or natural behavior
danger
careful
vehemently
strongly or intensely
innate
inborn or natural behavior
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11 Vocab
inordinately
ingenuous
wary
guilelessness
unregulated, disorderly, excessively
noble, honorable, straightforward
marked by keen caution, cunning and watchful
innocence, naiveté
inordinately
unregulated, disorderly, excessively
ingenuous
noble, honorable, straightforward
9 terms
chapter 9-11 to kill a mockingbird
analogous
antagonize
articulate
contemporaries
possing connections, similarties
created an enemy or antagainst
to speak clearly and in distinct syllabullis
those who exsist or live ar the sametime
analogous
possing connections, similarties
antagonize
created an enemy or antagainst
10 terms
To kill a mockingbird chapter 9-11
Articulate
Degeneration
Erratically
Feeble
Using language easily
Impairment or loss of the function and structure of cells or…
Having no certain or definite course; wandering
Physically weak from age or sickness
Articulate
Using language easily
Degeneration
Impairment or loss of the function and structure of cells or…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-11
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
possessing connections; similarities
created an enemy or an antagonist
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables
those who exist/live at the same time
analogous
possessing connections; similarities
antagonized
created an enemy or an antagonist
10 terms
"To Kill A Mockingbird" (Chapter 9-11)
1. Articulate
2. Degeneration
3. Erratically
4. Feeble
Using language easily.
Impairment or loss of the function and structure of cells or…
Having no certain or definite course; wandering.
Physically weak from age or sickness.
1. Articulate
Using language easily.
2. Degeneration
Impairment or loss of the function and structure of cells or…
20 terms
Chapter 9-11 To Kill A Mockingbird
Vehemently
Vehemently
Tormenting
Tormenting
Forcibly expressed; intensely emotionally
Syn strongly
Inflicting torture or extreme pain; causing perimeter or recu…
Syn upsetting
Vehemently
Forcibly expressed; intensely emotionally
Vehemently
Syn strongly
10 terms
Chapter 9-11 Vocab (To Kill a Mockingbird)
Analogous
Antagonized
Articulate
Contemporaries
possessing connections, similartities.
created an enemy or antagonist.
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables.
those who exist/live at the same time.
Analogous
possessing connections, similartities.
Antagonized
created an enemy or antagonist.
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 9
deportment
guilelessness
induce
ingenuous
conduct; behaviour
free from guile; sincere... -insidious cunning in attaining a goal
to lead or move by persuasion or influence, as to some action…
childlike
deportment
conduct; behaviour
guilelessness
free from guile; sincere... -insidious cunning in attaining a goal
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 9-11
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
possessing connections, similarities
created an enemy or an antagonist
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables
those who exist/live at the same time
analogous
possessing connections, similarities
antagonized
created an enemy or an antagonist
13 terms
"To kill a mockingbird Chapter 9 vocabulary
Incordubately
Vain
Lineaments
Ingenuous
Going beyond what is usual normal or proper
Too proud of your own appearance abilities achievements,etc
An outline,feature or countour of a body or figure and especi…
Showing innocent or childlike simplicity and candidness
Incordubately
Going beyond what is usual normal or proper
Vain
Too proud of your own appearance abilities achievements,etc
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary (Chapter 9-13)
ingenious
evasion
analogous
provocation
characterized by cleverness or originally
an act of escaping or avoiding
possessing connections, similarities
causing aggravation or annoyance
ingenious
characterized by cleverness or originally
evasion
an act of escaping or avoiding
28 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9-15 Vocabulary
gallently
feeble
gingerly
obstreporous
(adv.) acting in a brave manner
(adj.) weak
(adv.) carefully
(adj.) noisy and difficult to control
gallently
(adv.) acting in a brave manner
feeble
(adj.) weak
10 terms
Chapter 9-11 of To Kill A Mockingbird
Analogous
Antagonizes
Articulate
Contemporaries
Possessing connections, similrities
Create an enemy or an antagonist
To speak clearly and in distinct syllables
Those who exist/ live at the same time
Analogous
Possessing connections, similrities
Antagonizes
Create an enemy or an antagonist
53 terms
To kill a mockingbird Chapter 9 vocabulary
gastric
ringworm
still
inordinately
in the stomach
contagious skin disease caused by fungus
apparatus used for making alcoholic liquors
too much or too many
gastric
in the stomach
ringworm
contagious skin disease caused by fungus
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Ch.9-11
contemporaries
nauseating
antagonized
provocation
those who exist/live at the same time
causing nausea or upset stomach
created an enemy or an antagonist
causing aggravation or annoyance
contemporaries
those who exist/live at the same time
nauseating
causing nausea or upset stomach
12 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Vocabulary Chapters 9-11
Analogous
Compensation
Evasion
Ingenuous
Similar; comparable
To pay for something or to make up for something
To avoid doing or answering something directly
Simple; innocent
Analogous
Similar; comparable
Compensation
To pay for something or to make up for something
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 9-11 Vocabulary
analogous
antagonized
articulate
contemporaries
possessing connections, similarities
created an enemy
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables
those who exist/live at the same time
analogous
possessing connections, similarities
antagonized
created an enemy
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
19 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 9
Cecil had announced in the schoolyard…
Scout is so furious with Cecil for not…
Cecil calls her a coward but she feels…
Atticus is defending a black man named…
As the chapter begins, Scout is yelling at Cecil Jacobs, a bo…
How does the fight end?
What makes Scout feel "noble"?
Who is Atticus defending?
Cecil had announced in the schoolyard…
As the chapter begins, Scout is yelling at Cecil Jacobs, a bo…
Scout is so furious with Cecil for not…
How does the fight end?
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 9 & 10 Vocabulary
gastric
inordinately
analogous
obstreperous
in the stomach (adj.)
in a way that has too much or too many (adv.)
similar or comparable (adj.)
noisy and unruly (adj.)
gastric
in the stomach (adj.)
inordinately
in a way that has too much or too many (adv.)
19 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 9
Cecil had announced in the schoolyard…
Scout is so furious with Cecil for not…
Cecil calls her a coward but she feels…
Atticus is defending a black man named…
As the chapter begins, Scout is yelling at Cecil Jacobs, a bo…
How does the fight end?
What makes Scout feel "noble"?
Who is Atticus defending?
Cecil had announced in the schoolyard…
As the chapter begins, Scout is yelling at Cecil Jacobs, a bo…
Scout is so furious with Cecil for not…
How does the fight end?
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 9
inordinately
ingenuous
analogous
wary
unregulatedly; disorderly; excessicely
noble; honorable; straightforward
showing a likeness which permits one to draw an analogy; simi…
marked by keen caution; cunning and watchful
inordinately
unregulatedly; disorderly; excessicely
ingenuous
noble; honorable; straightforward
14 terms
To kill a mockingbird vocabulary chapter 9
Analogous
Deportment
Fluently
Gastric
Comparable
Behavior
With ease
Stomach-related
Analogous
Comparable
Deportment
Behavior
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