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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Vocabulary- Part Two
ACQUIESCE Noun Noun To consent or comply without protest. To consent or comply without protest.
ACRIMONY Noun Noun Bitter, ill-natured animosity especially in speech or behavior Bitter, ill-natured animosity especially in speech or behavior
DISCREET Adjective Adjective Having or showing self-restraint in speech or behavior Having or showing self-restraint in speech or behavior
ELUCIDATE Verb Verb To make clear or plain; clarify To make clear or plain; clarify
FERAL Adjective Adjective Existing in a wild or untamed state Existing in a wild or untamed state
FLORID Adjective Adjective Flushed with rosy color; ruddy Flushed with rosy color; ruddy
FORMIDABLE Adjective Adjective Arousing fear, dread or awe Arousing fear, dread or awe
FURTIVE Adjective Adjective Marked by stealth; secret; sly; shifty Marked by stealth; secret; sly; shifty
GARISH Adjective Adjective Excessively or stridently decorated Excessively or stridently decorated
IMPERTINENT Adjective Adjective Brashly bold; disrespectfully arrogant Brashly bold; disrespectfully arrogant
IRASCIBLE Adjective Adjective Prone to outbursts of temper; easily angered Prone to outbursts of temper; easily angered
MOLLIFY Verb Verb To placate or soothe To placate or soothe
PINION Verb Verb To bind fast, hold down, or fix in one place To bind fast, hold down, or fix in one place
PURLOIN Verb Verb To commit theft; steal To commit theft; steal
REPERTOIRE Noun Noun The range of skills of a person or group The range of skills of a person or group
RUE(FUL) Verb Verb To feel regret, remorse or sorrow for To feel regret, remorse or sorrow for
SIBILANT Adjective Adjective Of or producing a hissing sound Of or producing a hissing sound
SPURIOUS Adjective Adjective Lacking authenticity or validity; false Lacking authenticity or validity; false
STOLID Adjective Adjective Having or revealing little emotion Having or revealing little emotion
TEMERITY Noun Noun Audacity or nerve Audacity or nerve
VENERABLE Adjective Adjective Commanding respect by virtue of age, dignity, or position Commanding respect by virtue of age, dignity, or position
WARY Adjective Adjective On guard; watchful; cautious On guard; watchful; cautious
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