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To Kill a Mocking Bird

Taciturn habitually reserved and uncommunicative
nebulous hazy, vague, indistinct, or confused
condescend to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superior position.
entailment debt
contemptuous feeling hatred; scornful
contentious tending to argue
disapprobation disapproval
auspicious promising success
scuppernong amber-green muscadine grape of southeastern United States
apoplectic pertaining to or characteristic of apoplexy
philippic a strong verbal denunciation. The term comes from the orations of Demosthenes against Philip of Macedonia in the fourth century.
umbrage offense, annoyance, displeasure
palliation something that eases without curing
venerable commanding respect because of great age or dignity
elucidate to make lucid/clear
unobtrusive unnoticed
acrimonious stinging or bitter in nature, speech, behavior
mollified to soften in feeling/temper
ex cathedra from the seat of authority/with autahority
adamant utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion
vehement passionate
impertinence unmannerly intrusion or presuption
bovine of or pertaining to the subfamily bovinae which includes cattle buffalo and kudus
spurious not genuine, authentic or true
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