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10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
inconspicuous
rudiments
modest
peril
not noticeable
basics
humble
Danger
inconspicuous
not noticeable
rudiments
basics
38 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 12-31
Altercation
Habiliments
Ecclesiastical
Austere
Noisy or angry argument; a quarry
Clothes
relating to a church
Stern; severe; unyielding
Altercation
Noisy or angry argument; a quarry
Habiliments
Clothes
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12-14
essence
reconnaissance
protruded
undulate
the main part
research
To stick out
to move in waves
essence
the main part
reconnaissance
research
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
20 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 12-30
Frivolous
Haughty
Austere
Prerogtive
Not having any serious purpose (Adj)
Arrogantly superior and disdainful (Adj)
Severe or strict in manner,attitude,or appearance (Adj)
A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or…
Frivolous
Not having any serious purpose (Adj)
Haughty
Arrogantly superior and disdainful (Adj)
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-18 Vocabulary
Austere
Frivolous
curt
Devoid
Severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearance.
Not having any serious purpose or value.
Rudely brief.
Entirely lacking or free from.
Austere
Severe or strict in manner, attitude, or appearance.
Frivolous
Not having any serious purpose or value.
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
15 terms
Mr. Finn - Murphy - To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12 Vocabulary
appalling
austere
pester
outburst
shocking; horrifying
stern and severe
annoy
say something without thinking about it, sudden expression of…
appalling
shocking; horrifying
austere
stern and severe
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-13 Vocabulary
Acquired
Altercation
Compensation
Contemptuously
To gain possesion
angry dispute
rewarded or received as equivalent
showing dispute
Acquired
To gain possesion
Altercation
angry dispute
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-15 Vocabulary
austere
dispelled
encumbered
infallible
stern
scattered; did away with
weighed down
undefeatable
austere
stern
dispelled
scattered; did away with
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary: Chapter 12 - 16
Altercation
Austere
Prerogative
Obliquely
a noisy, angry dispute; a quarrel
stern and forbidding in appearance and manner; somber; grave
an exclusive or special right, power of privilege
indirectly: deviously; underhandedly
Altercation
a noisy, angry dispute; a quarrel
Austere
stern and forbidding in appearance and manner; somber; grave
26 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 12
appall
pester
go so far as to
altercation
greatly dismay or horrify
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
to be extreme in talking about or doing something
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
appall
greatly dismay or horrify
pester
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
26 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 12
appall
pester
go so far as to
altercation
greatly dismay or horrify
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
to be extreme in talking about or doing something
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
appall
greatly dismay or horrify
pester
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
19 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12-15
What did Calpurnia start calling Jem a…
How did Calpurnia feel about taking th…
Who was the church collecting money fo…
What did the reverend do when there wa…
Mister Jem, because he is 12 and getting older
She liked it. She wanted them to go to church. She wanted peo…
Tim Robinson's wife, Helen Robinson
counts the money in front of everyone
What did Calpurnia start calling Jem a…
Mister Jem, because he is 12 and getting older
How did Calpurnia feel about taking th…
She liked it. She wanted them to go to church. She wanted peo…
19 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird chapter 12
trooped
Shadrach
habiliments
denoted
to move along with a group of people
(n.), in the bible, a young man who with Abednego and Meshach…
Clothing
to mark, indicate, serve as a symbol/name; to signify (verb)
trooped
to move along with a group of people
Shadrach
(n.), in the bible, a young man who with Abednego and Meshach…
15 terms
to kill a mockingbird chapter 12
alien
appalling
asafoetida
austere
To make hostile
causing horror or consternation
strong smelling substance made from parsley that is often use…
severe or stern in appearance; undecorated
alien
To make hostile
appalling
causing horror or consternation
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 12
alien (adj.)
appalling (adj.)
asafoetida (n.)
austere (adj.)
not natural; strange
shocking; horrifying
a strong-smelling (like garlic) substance made from a parsley…
stern and severe
alien (adj.)
not natural; strange
appalling (adj.)
shocking; horrifying
14 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-16 Vocabulary
austere
frivolous
subdued
formidable
stern & severe
silly/not serious
tamed/quieted/restrained
inspiring wonder, fear, or dread
austere
stern & severe
frivolous
silly/not serious
14 terms
To kill a mockingbird chapter 12-16 vocabulary
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Alleteration
I ran like a cheetah
He was a fish because he has gills.
The dog talked to the frog
Purple panda
Simile
I ran like a cheetah
Metaphor
He was a fish because he has gills.
23 terms
chapter 12-21 vocabulary (to kill a mockingbird)
altercation
contentious
formidable
indignant
argument
argumentative
fear, dread, an arousing dread
anger,annoyance over unjust cause
altercation
argument
contentious
argumentative
23 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-Vocabulary
Alien
Appalling
Asafoetida
Austere
No natural; strange
Shocking; horrifying
A strong-smelling (like garlic) substance made from a parsley…
Stern and severe
Alien
No natural; strange
Appalling
Shocking; horrifying
9 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12 Vocabulary
Austere
Habiliment
Contemptuous
Indignant
(adj.) severe or stern in manner; without adornment or luxury…
(n.) Clothing, especially for professional, ceremonial, or ot…
(adj.) Feeling or showing deep hatred or disapproval
(adj.) filled with resentment or anger over something unjust,…
Austere
(adj.) severe or stern in manner; without adornment or luxury…
Habiliment
(n.) Clothing, especially for professional, ceremonial, or ot…
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary: Chapter 12-16
dispel (n)
facade (n)
formidable (adj)
aquiesce (v)
to drive away; to dissipate
a showy misrepresentation intended to conceal something unple…
causing fear, awe or apprehension
to agree or express agreement
dispel (n)
to drive away; to dissipate
facade (n)
a showy misrepresentation intended to conceal something unple…
20 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-15 Vocabulary
Acquired
Altercation
Compensation
Contemptuously
Obtained possession of something
An angry dispute; quarrel
Something given to make up for something else
Showing contempt; scornfully
Acquired
Obtained possession of something
Altercation
An angry dispute; quarrel
30 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary chapter 12-21
Frivolous:n
Habiliments:n
Austere:adj
Prerogative:n
Silly; not serious
Outfits; clothing
Stern and severe
Exclusive rights or privilege
Frivolous:n
Silly; not serious
Habiliments:n
Outfits; clothing
50 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 12 - 23 Vocabulary
speculate
caste
resignation
oblique
form a theory without firm evidence
the system of dividing society into social classes
a document conveying someone's intention of retiring or givin…
having a slanting or sloping direction, inclined
speculate
form a theory without firm evidence
caste
the system of dividing society into social classes
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 12-15
Reckon
Acquired
Unbearable
Invade
(v) To count
(v) To get ownership of
(n) Intolerable
(v) To enter forcefully
Reckon
(v) To count
Acquired
(v) To get ownership of
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
What is different about Jem the days a…
Why does Dill not come to Maycomb Coun…
Where does Atticus go at the beginning…
12
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
He finally found a new father, and he is going stay at home t…
He is called to the state legislature in Montgomery, where he…
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
12
What is different about Jem the days a…
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
15 terms
Eichner: To Kill a Mockingbird IV: Chapter 12-20
altercation
rotogravure
prerogrative
caste system
angry dispute or quarrel
a print or picture made by the process of printing from an en…
a right or privilege that nobly else has
a system of social classes where people are separated by rank…
altercation
angry dispute or quarrel
rotogravure
a print or picture made by the process of printing from an en…
8 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-17 Vocabulary
acquiescence
aggregation
appalling
contentious
the act of agreeing, accepting, or giving consent
a group, body, or mass composed of many distinct parts or ind…
inspiring horror, dismay, or disgust
feeling or displaying eagerness to fight
acquiescence
the act of agreeing, accepting, or giving consent
aggregation
a group, body, or mass composed of many distinct parts or ind…
To Kill a Mockingbird-Chapter 12 Vocab
shocking; horrifying
stern and severe
dressed
hardworking manner
Appalling
Austere
Clad
Diligently
shocking; horrifying
Appalling
stern and severe
Austere
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-21 Vocabulary
Contentious
Qualms
Infallible
Venerable
Quarrelsome
Misgivings; doubts
Perfect; faultless
Respected; admired
Contentious
Quarrelsome
Qualms
Misgivings; doubts
16 terms
to kill a mockingbird vocabulary: chapter 12-17
altercation
habiliments
eccelesiastical
austere
quarrel
clothes
relating to church
stern; somber
altercation
quarrel
habiliments
clothes
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 12-17 Vocabulary
Contemptuously
Ecclesiastical
Formidable
Prerogative
With deep hatred or disapproval
Of or relating to the Christian church or clergy
Impressive
A right or privilege
Contemptuously
With deep hatred or disapproval
Ecclesiastical
Of or relating to the Christian church or clergy
18 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12 to 16 Vocabulary
appalling
austere
diligent
frivolous
(adj) shocking/horrifying
(adj)stern/severe
(adj) hard-working
(adj) silly/not serious
appalling
(adj) shocking/horrifying
austere
(adj)stern/severe
25 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapter 12-31
Tedious
Fortitude
Affliction
Affluent
Dull or Boring
Strength
An Illness
Wealthy
Tedious
Dull or Boring
Fortitude
Strength
22 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary - Chapter 12-18
contemptuously
ecclesiastical
qualms
austere
scornfully
something related to a church or religion
feelings or unease or nervousness
strict or severe
contemptuously
scornfully
ecclesiastical
something related to a church or religion
18 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-16 Vocabulary
appalling
austere
diligent
frivolous
adj. shocking; horrifying
adj. stern and severe
adj. hard-working
adj. silly; not serious
appalling
adj. shocking; horrifying
austere
adj. stern and severe
16 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird, dictionary chapter 12-16
contemptuously
ecclesiastical
qualm
austere
scornfully, in an angry way
related to a church or religion
feeling of unease or nervousness, a problem
strict or severe
contemptuously
scornfully, in an angry way
ecclesiastical
related to a church or religion
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 12-14 Vocabulary
altercation
habiliments
rotogravure
ecclesiastical
quarrel
clothing or uniform of a profession
a method of print reproduction
having to do with churches
altercation
quarrel
habiliments
clothing or uniform of a profession
27 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird: Chapter 12
appall
pester
go so far as to
altercation
greatly dismay or horrify
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
to be extreme in talking about or doing something
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
appall
greatly dismay or horrify
pester
trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent reques…
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
25 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 12
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
What is different about Jem the days a…
Why does Dill not come to Maycomb Coun…
Where does Atticus go at the beginning…
12
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
He finally found a new father, and he is going stay at home t…
He is called to the state legislature in Montgomery, where he…
How old is Jem at the beginning of the…
12
What is different about Jem the days a…
- He is more moody.... - He is more independent, does not want t…
10 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 12-13
acquired
altercation
compensation
contemptuously
obtained possession of something
an angry dispute; quarrel
something given to make up for... something else
showing contempt; scornfully
acquired
obtained possession of something
altercation
an angry dispute; quarrel
15 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab chapter 12-16
austere
contemptuously
curtness
myopic
stern
talking down to someone
harsh
not seeing things very clearly
austere
stern
contemptuously
talking down to someone
20 terms
To Kill A Mocking Bird Chapter 12-21 Vocabulary
Boded
Contentious
Qualms
Denunciation
Continued
Argumentative
misgivings; doubts
act of speaking out against
Boded
Continued
Contentious
Argumentative
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
17 terms
To kill mockingbird chapter 12
Inconsistent
Appaling
Altercation
Bode
Displaying a lack of regularity
Causing consternation
Noisy quarrel
Indicate by signs
Inconsistent
Displaying a lack of regularity
Appaling
Causing consternation
11 terms
To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
The state legislature has been called…
Calpurnia's church is called First Pur…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
Why must Atticus leave for two weeks? How is his absence rela…
What is the name of Calpurnia's church, and what is the signi…
Scout notices that Jem is changing in…
A major theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the journey from yo…
Dill sends Scout a letter telling her…
Why is Dill not coming to Maycomb this summer? How does Scout…
10 terms
To Kill A Mockingbird; Chapter 12 Vocab
Altercation (Noun)
Barnacles (Noun)
Asafoetida (Noun)
Impurity (Noun)
A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
A marine crustacean with an external shell, which attaches it…
A fetid gum obtained from the roots of herbaceous plant, used…
The quality or condition of being impure.
Altercation (Noun)
A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public.
Barnacles (Noun)
A marine crustacean with an external shell, which attaches it…
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