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assauge to make less severe or harsh
taciturn naturally quiet, uncommunicative
predilection preference
stricture comment or remark
condecend to behave as if one is conscious od decending from a superoir position
entailment to cause or involve by necessity or as a consequence
onslaught an assault or attack
fraught filled or overcome with
fractious unruly
disaprobation disapproval
auspicious promising success
melancholy gloomy state of mind
perpetual lasts forever
vigil long waiting
guilelessness plain, open honesty, without tricks
rudiments principles or beginnings of a subject
obstreperous noisly defiant
articulate speaking clearly
recitude moral properness
interdict ordering forbidding some action
tirade angry flow of words
oppressive burdensome
viscous trick and slow following
cantankerous cranky and arguementative
author's name? Nelle Haper lee
What objects did Jem and Scout find in the radley oak tree? gray twine, 2 soap figurines, trinkets, 2 pieces of gum
Why did scout fear the world was coming to an end? because it was snowing
what did Atticus mean when he said " you've perpetrated a near libel here in the front yard"? he means you have created a creature that looks like Mr. avery
jean louise finch (scout) narrator of book and tomboy little girl (main character)
Jem scout's brother
atticus the childrens widowed father, a lawyer
Dill Jem and scout's friend who visit's each summer and is very imginative
Ms. Maudie a neighbor, down to earth friend, and someone the kids look up to
Cal the finches' black housekeeper, stern and devoted toward kids
Boo radley mysterious recluse neighbor
uncle jack finch atticus's brother, a doctor, lighthearted
Aunt Alexandra Atticus's sister, a girlie girl
Mrs. henry lafayette Dubose old sick woman who is a neighbor
Ms. stephanie local gossiper, neighbor
Ms. caroline scout's first grade teacher who is inexperienced
Walter cunningham poverty farmer, one of atticus's clients
young walter cunningham his son,scout's classmate, she taunts him for his eating habits
Cecil jacobs scout's classmate, taunts scout for fathers defense of tom robinson
assauge to make less severe or harsh
taciturn naturally quiet, uncommunicative
predilection preference
stricture comment or remark
condecend to behave as if one is conscious od decending from a superoir position
entailment to cause or involve by necessity or as a consequence
onslaught an assault or attack
fraught filled or overcome with
fractious unruly
disaprobation disapproval
auspicious promising success
melancholy gloomy state of mind
perpetual lasts forever
vigil long waiting
guilelessness plain, open honesty, without tricks
rudiments principles or beginnings of a subject
obstreperous noisly defiant
articulate speaking clearly
recitude moral properness
interdict ordering forbidding some action
tirade angry flow of words
oppressive burdensome
viscous trick and slow following
cantankerous cranky and arguementative
author's name? Nelle Haper lee
What objects did Jem and Scout find in the radley oak tree? gray twine, 2 soap figurines, trinkets, 2 pieces of gum
Why did scout fear the world was coming to an end? because it was snowing
what did Atticus mean when he said " you've perpetrated a near libel here in the front yard"? he means you have created a creature that looks like Mr. avery
jean louise finch (scout) narrator of book and tomboy little girl (main character)
Jem scout's brother
atticus the childrens widowed father, a lawyer
Dill Jem and scout's friend who visit's each summer and is very imginative
Ms. Maudie a neighbor, down to earth friend, and someone the kids look up to
Cal the finches' black housekeeper, stern and devoted toward kids
Boo radley mysterious recluse neighbor
uncle jack finch atticus's brother, a doctor, lighthearted
Aunt Alexandra Atticus's sister, a girlie girl
Mrs. henry lafayette Dubose old sick woman who is a neighbor
Ms. stephanie local gossiper, neighbor
Ms. caroline scout's first grade teacher who is inexperienced
Walter cunningham poverty farmer, one of atticus's clients
young walter cunningham his son,scout's classmate, she taunts him for his eating habits
Cecil jacobs scout's classmate, taunts scout for fathers defense of tom robinson
Created by: alisond