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Title: To Kill a Mockingbird


1
To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Vocabulary Definitions

2
Chapters 1 - 6
  1. Piety (N) Religious devotion.
  2. Vapid (Adj)- Flat uninteresting.
  3. Malevolent (Adj)- Evil Exhibiting ill will.
  4. Contemptuous (Adj) Scornful

3
Chapters 1-6
  1. Contentious- (Adj)- Argumentative quarrelsome.
  2. Dispensation- (N) Release from an obligation or
    promise.
  3. Edify- (V) To educate to instruct.

4
Chapters 1-6
  • Quell- (V)- To quiet to pacify.
  • Cordiality- (N)- Sincere affection and kindness.
  • 10. Morbid- (Adj)- Gruesome horrible.

5
Chapters 7 12
  1. Analogous- (Adj) Similar comparable.
  2. Compensation- (N) Payment for something or to
    make up for something.
  3. Prerogative (N) Privilege.

6
Chapters 7 -12
  1. Austere- (Adj) Severe stern harsh.
  2. Propensity- (N) Inclination tendency.
  3. Melancholy- (Adj/N) Characterized by gloom and
    depression dejection.

7
Chapters 7-12
  1. Acrimonious (Adj) Bitter ill- natured
    showing animosity.
  2. Corroborate (V) To support or confirm.
  3. Curt (Adj) To be brief and short to the
    point of being rude.
  4. Devoid- (Adj) Empty without completely
    lacking.

8
Chapters 13 - 18
  1. Caste (N) Class division based on
    differences in wealth, rank or job.
  2. Elusive (Adj) Not easily found or understood.
  3. Edification- (N) Act of improvement or learning.

9
Chapter 13 -18
  1. Affliction- (N) Distress pain
    misfortune.
  2. Terse (Adj) Brief concise
  3. Amiably (Adv) Agreeably in a friendly
    way.
  4. Indigenous (Adj) Native naturally
    occurring.

10
Chapters 13 - 18
  1. Tenet (N) Belief principle.
  2. Stealthy (Adj) Cunning sneaky.
  3. Rankle (V) To cause irritation or
    resentment.

11
Chapters 19- 31
  1. Expunge- (V)- Erase blot out.
  2. Impudent-(Adj)-Ill-mannered bold rude.
  3. Iota- (N) Tiny bit.
  4. Cynical- (Adj) Suspicious distrustful.

12
Chapters 19-31
  1. Squalor (N) Poverty wretchedness.
  2. Recluse (N) Hermit loner.
  3. Teeming (V) Brimming swarming.
  4. Primeval- (Adj)- Ancient prehistoric.

13
Chapters 19-31
  1. Garishly (Adv)- In a showy, gaudy way.
  2. Acquiescence-(N)-Consent agreement.
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