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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD VOCABULARY
1. Assuage §Relieve §Pacify
2. Taciturn §Silent
3. Vapid §Uninteresting §Boring
4. Predilection §Preference §Fondness
5. Nebulous §Hazy §Indistinct
6. Entailment §Inheritance of property is limited to certain heirs
7. Condescension §Treat others as inferior §Snobbish
8. Auspicious §Favorable
9. Malevolent §Evil §Harmful
10. Pestilence §Epidemic disease
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD VOCABULARY PART II
11. Ascertain §To make certain §To be exact §To be precise
12. Umbrage §Resentment §Offense
13. Philippics §Speeches full of bitterness that condemn another person(s)
14. Lineaments §Feature of body §Distinguishing or characteristic features
15. Rectitude §Moral integrity §Being right §Righteousness
16. Cantankerous §Ill-natured §Quarrelsome
17. Aberrations §Ghosts §Atypical individuals
18. Interdict §To formally forbid
19. Palliation §Covering with excuses or apologies §Making less intense or severe
20. Edification §Instruction §& Improvement l Spiritually l Morally
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