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SAT Vocabulary # 8

the act of disturbing and troubling somebody or something perturbation (N) Exampless: Dill, Stephanie Crawford & Bob Ewell
showing or consisting of many color polychromatic(ADJ) mrs. Dubose's garden
comfort at a time of sadness, grief, or disappointment solace (N/V) Examples: Atticus & Tom's wife
the acto or process of bringing somebody, especially a people or nation, under the control of others subjugation (N) Examples: Tom, Atticus, Boo Radley
help; relief; aid; assistance; for somebody or something in a bad situation succor (N) Examples; Reverend sykes, Calpurnia, Tom's Dad, Boo, Finch Family
hesitate over something or to be unwilling to do something, refuse to deal with something that hinders or frustrates balk (V) Examples; Heck tate's testimony, Bob Ewell's Situation with Atticus
something different, abnormal, peculiar, or not easily classified anomaly (N) Examples; Tom says he felt sorry for M.A., Bob Ewell's lefhanded
a supply or accumulation hat is hidden or carefully guarded for preservation for future use hoarder (N) Examples; Radley house, JEm (With the tree)
deficient in quantity or quality , lacking fullness or richness, scanty, inadequent meager(ADJ) Examples;Cunninghams
a person who lives in wretched circumstances in order to stay save money and hoard. stingy with money miser (n) Examples: Aunt Alexandra& Mrs. Dubose
widespread of with extent or occurring, in general use or acceptance, having superiority prevalent (ADJ) Examples: Prejudice, poverty
a person who is skilled In relating stories and anecdotes interesingly raconteur(N) EX: Scout
producing offspring, young, fruit, etc. abundantly high fruitful prolific(ADJ) Ewells
a violent, turbulent, or brawling woman... shrewish termagant (N) Ex: Calpurnia, MRs. Dubose, Aunt Alexandra
to torment with, or as if with, the sight of something desired but out of reach tease by arousing expectations that are repeatedly disappointed tantalize (V) EXamples: Bob Ewell, MRs. Dubose
straight ORTHO
father PATER
people POP
point PUNCT
truth VER
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