To Kill a Mockingbird Unit Test Flashcards

Atticus
Terms Definitions
impertinence
insolence
iniquities
injustices
Oblivious
Unmindful
sojourn
visit
Edification
learning
denunciation
disapproval
contemptuous
scornful
mollified
soothed(in temper)
nebulous
uncertain, vague
abberration
n. abnormality
Meddle
Interfere, Intrude
fey
slightly insane
flivver
old car
benign
good nature
discernible
perceivable; knowable
Accost
Approach aggressively
collards
a leafy vegetable
Pursuits
hobbies or pastimes
Furtive
Taken; done; used
mortification
embarrassed, ashamed, humiliated
Aridity
lack of feeling
cordial
warm and friendly
squander
to waste (money/time)
ingenuous
noble, homorable, straigt forward
eccentricity
strange and unconventional behavior
succinct (adj.)
clear and brief
ecclesiastical
realting to a church
Scout
"Are we poor Atticus?"
Integrity
Respect for morals; honesty
uncouth
awkward, clumsy, or unmannerly:
perplexity
something that is very complex
Nocternal
of or in the night
Scuppernongs - noun
big, white grapes
Profane
treat with irreverence to disrespect
concession
Something given up or yielded
transparent
capable of being seen through
simultaneous
existing, occurring, or operating at the same time
perpetrated
to be responsible for; to commit.
Tactful
showing skill and sensitivity in dealing with people
begrudge
to resent another's success; to envy
apprehension
to be aware mentally, suspicion/fear especially of future evil
commute
distance on travels, to change form.
penitentiary
a correctional institution for those convicted of major crimes
mal
a combining form meaning "bad," "wrongful," "ill," occurring originally in loanwords from French (malapert); on this model, used in the formation of other words (malfunction; malcontent).
to chruch someone
to subject to church discipline
Chiffarobe
a piece of furniture having both drawers and space for hanging clothes
circumstantial
of the nature of a circumstance; secondary
Atticus
This character was driven by moral responsibility
Coca-Cola
What does Dill find in Dolphus Raymond's bottle?
Tim Johnson
rabid dog, is shot by Atticus
wallowing
to induldge in something with great enjoyment
foliage
the leaves of a plant, collectively; leafage.
volition
the act of making a choice or decision
beadle
a minor parish official who serves as an usher and preserves order at services
aberrations
a moving away from something that is normal
aberration
the act of departing from the right, normal, or usual course.
aunt alexandra
the very "proper" aunt who comes to care for the children during the difficult time of the negro trial.
Walter Cunningham
Atticus was not harmed in the incident at the jail because of this character.
quell (v) p54
to stamp out or to quiet (to silence)
In a hole in an oak tree
Where does Boo leave presents for Scout and Jem?
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