21. Sojourn“My sojourn in the corner was a short one. Saved by the bell, Miss Caroline watched the class file out for lunch”(Lee 29).
3(Noun) A temporary stay 1. Sojourn(Noun) A temporary stay
42. predilection“The Radleys, welcome anywhere in town, kept to themselves, a predilection unforgivable in Maycomb” ( Lee 11).
5(Noun) a thought or bias 2. predilection(Noun) a thought or bias
63. simultaneous“With movements so swift they seemed simultaneous, Atticus’s hand yanked a ball-tipped lever as he brought the gun to his shoulder” (Lee 127).
73. simultaneous(Adjective) existing, occurring, or operating at the same time; concurrent:
84. assuaged“When it healed, and Jem’s fears of never being able to play football were assuaged, he was seldom self-conscious about his injury”( Lee 3).
9(Verb) to soothe, calm, at ease 4. assuaged(Verb) to soothe, calm, at ease
105. benevolence“Miss Maudie’s benevolence extended to Jem and Dill, whenever they paused in their pursuits: we reaped the benefits of a talent Miss Maudie had hitherto kept hidden from us” (Lee 57).
115. benevolence(Noun) desire to do good to others; an act of kindness; a charitable gift.
126. vehemently“’Atticus shook his head vehemently: “Don’t just stand there, Heck! He won’t wait all day for you-”’( Lee 127).
13(Adjective) strongly emotional; intense or passionate: 6. vehemently(Adjective) strongly emotional; intense or passionate:
14“Inside the house lived a malevolent phantom”(Lee 10).
157. malevolent (Adjective) wishing evil or harm to another or others; evil; harmful
168. jubilantly“Jem picked up a rock and threw it jubilantly at the carhouse” (Lee 131).
178. jubilantly(adjective) showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph; rejoicing; exultant
189. auspicious“The remainder of my schooldays were no more auspicious than the first” ( Lee 43).
19( Adjective) favored by fortune; prosperous; fortunate 9. auspicious( Adjective) favored by fortune; prosperous; fortunate
2010. taciturn“Their sister Alexandra was the Finch who remained at the Landing: she married a taciturn man who spent most of his time lying in a hammock by the river wondering if his trot-lines were full”( Lee 5)
2110. taciturn(Adjective) inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation
22“It was obstreperous, disorderly and abusive-”(Lee 113).
23( Adjective) noisy, clamorous, or boisterous 11. obstreperous( Adjective) noisy, clamorous, or boisterous
2412. inconspicuous“With theses attributes, however, he would not remain inconspicuous as we wished him to: that year, the school buzzed with talk about defending Tom Robinson, none of which was complimentary” (Lee 119).
25( Adjective) not conspicuous, noticeable, or prominent. 12. inconspicuous( Adjective) not conspicuous, noticeable, or prominent.
2613. perplexity“She must have seen my perplexity. She said, “’Only thing I worried about last night was all the danger and commotion it caused’” (Lee 97-98).
27( Noun) the state of being perplexed; confusion; uncertainty 13. perplexity( Noun) the state of being perplexed; confusion; uncertainty
2814. illicitly“I never deliberately learned to read, but somehow I had been wallowing illicitly in the daily papers” (Lee 23).
2914. illicitly(Adverb)not legally permitted or authorized; unlicensed; unlawfuldisapproved of or not permitted for moral or ethical reasons