Type
Crossword
Description

To lessen or to calm Assuaged
Devotion or religious duties or practices Piety
Always quiet or uncommunicative Taciturn
Lacking interest or liveliness Vapid
Purely evil Malevolent
Something that causes annoyance or displeasure Vexation
A brief visit or journey Sojourn
Expressing a strong dislike or lack of respect for someone or something Contemptuous
Able to be seen, recognized, or understood Discernible
Favorable; marked by lucky signs or good omens Auspicious
Having a kind and gentle disposition or appearance Benign
Stupid or silly Asinine
Expressing sorrow or regret; mournful Rueful
Superior ability or skill Prowess
A long watching, guarding, or praying Vigil
To get, to find Procure
Something that is a natural part of something else Innate
Delayed, waited Tarried
Irregular; not predictable or consistent Erratic
To not attract attention; the opposite of conspicuous Inconspicuous

Maycomb Weekly Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

To lessen or to calm Assuaged
Devotion or religious duties or practices Piety
Always quiet or uncommunicative Taciturn
Lacking interest or liveliness Vapid
Purely evil Malevolent
Something that causes annoyance or displeasure Vexation
A brief visit or journey Sojourn
Expressing a strong dislike or lack of respect for someone or something Contemptuous
Able to be seen, recognized, or understood Discernible
Favorable; marked by lucky signs or good omens Auspicious
Having a kind and gentle disposition or appearance Benign
Stupid or silly Asinine
Expressing sorrow or regret; mournful Rueful
Superior ability or skill Prowess
A long watching, guarding, or praying Vigil
To get, to find Procure
Something that is a natural part of something else Innate
Delayed, waited Tarried
Irregular; not predictable or consistent Erratic
To not attract attention; the opposite of conspicuous Inconspicuous

To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 1 Vocabulary Words Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Eased Assuaged
Old-time pharmacist who prepared and sold medicinal drugs Apothecary
Devotation to religious duty Piety
Restrictions Strictures
Authoritative decree Dictum
Slaves; property Chattels
Silent; not inclined to talk Tacitum
New and perfect condition Unsullied
Indiscreet Imprudent
Walked in a leisurely way Ambled
Smooth-leafed kale-like plant Collard
Whimsical; out of ordinary Eccentric
Old-fashioned; unusual in appearence Quaint
Lacking in liveliness; dull Vapid
vicious; evil Malevolent
Preference Prediection
Dwelling; living Domicilled
A small cheap automobile Flivver
Minor officer whose duties include keeping the peace Beadle
Unclear Nebulous

TKAM Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

having or exhibiting hatred molevolent
feeling of shame or humiliation mortification
religious devotion to god piety
a brief, temporary stay sojourn
spotlessly clean and fresh unsullied
irritations or annoyances vexations
heavily indulging in; rolling in wallowing
friendly, comfortble amiable
favorable auspicious
argumentative; likley to cause trouble contentious
the giving out of something dispensation
quarrelsome; irritable fractious
wicked acts or injustices inquities
small and short diminuative
subduing or calming quelling
done without exercise of good judgement asinine
kindness and generosity benevolence
harmless benign
curious inqusitive
following ensuing
calmly placidly
skill and ability prowess
unspoken, wordless tacit
inherent; natural innate
purposeful stirring up; incitement provocation
lingered; waited tarried
sang or said i a quiet, often romantic manner crooned
insulting or abusive language invective
with forceful energy; impassioned vehemently
joyfully jubiantly
irritating cantankerous

To Kill a Mockingbird Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

winkwink
thisisalongsearch
emarie mcginrey
apothecary
assuaged
indigneous
jeffymattiola
maurrenmattiola
malevolent
alahackbar
sojourn
cisick
josie
wallowing
vexations
piety

To kill a Mockingbird chapter 1-11 vocab. Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs. Apothecary
(of a person) reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little. Taciturn
a sudden attack or incursion into enemy territory, especially to obtain something; a raid. Foray
paper money of small denominations issued by government agencies for temporary emergency use; particularly common during the Great Depression. Scrip stamps
extremely or unusually small. Diminutive
having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal qualities; affable: Amiable
disapproval; condemnation. Disapprobation
promising success; propitious; opportune; favorable: Auspicious
a gloomy state of mind, especially when habitual or prolonged; depression. Melancholy
To quell something is to quiet or pacify it. Nausea is the feeling you get when your stomach is upset and you feel as if you're about to vomit. Quelling of nausea
understood without being openly expressed; implied Tacit
understood without being openly expressed; implied Placidly
foolish, unintelligent, or silly; stupid Asinine
exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat or battle. Prowess
disposed to cause harm, suffering, or distress deliberately; feeling or showing ill will or hatred. Malignant
to deprive of limbs; divide limb from limb: Dismemberment
to cut, trim, or shape (a stick, piece of wood, etc.) by carving off bits with a knife. Whittles
to cause to be or become; make: Rendered
given to, characterized by, or indicative of meditation; contemplative. Meditative
not able to be fathomed, or completely understood; incomprehensible Unfathomable
any of numerous shrubs belonging to a particular group (Azalea) of the genus Rhododendron, of the heath family, comprising species with handsome flower clusters of various colors, some of which are familiar in cultivation Azaleas
a picture, description, etc., ludicrously exaggerating the peculiarities or defects of persons or things: Caricatures
free from guile; sincere; honest; straightforward; Guilelessness
to sing or hum in a soft, soothing voice Crooned
an act or instance of escaping, avoiding, or shirking something: Evasion
the elements or first principles of a subject: Rudiments
(often initial capital letter) the foreseeing care and guidance of God or nature over the creatures of the earth Providence
. inclined to one side; heeling or listing. Alist
offense; annoyance; displeasure: Umbrage
to move with a sinuous or wavelike motion; display a smooth rising-and-falling or side-to-side alternation of movement: Undulate

To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A preference, or a preferred way of doing something. predilection
To agree to do something that you believe to be beneath your dignity. condescended
A legal situation regarding the use of inherited property. entailment
A belonging to a particular region or country. indigenous
To break away. seceded
To lessen or calm. assuaged
A bright green twinning vine, often used for holiday decorations. smilax
Something that causes annoyance or problems. vexations
A group covey
A devotion to religious duties and practices. piety

To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapters 1-10 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

quietly, tranquilly placidly
lacking definite form or limits nebulous
in a delicate manner, gently gingerly
to make less intense, comforte assuage
noisy and stubbornly defiant obstreperous
a strong feeling of embarrassment mortification
something not easily noticeable inconspicuous
mean and with malice malevolent
distant manner, proud aloof
odd, especially in behaviour eccentric
devoted to religion pious
an act of kindness benevolence
passionately vehemently
showing favouratism predilection
make a judgment arbitrate
favourable, successful auspicious
avoidance evasion
easily irritated or annoyed fractious
an inclination to dispute or disagree cententious
looking down on others as though better than them condescend

"To Kill a Mockingbird"- Vocabulary Chp 1-3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A health professional trained in the art of preparing drugs Apothecary
Make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense, to ease/provide physical relief. Assuage
An authoritative declaration Dictum
Expressing extreme scorn contemptuous
In a manner disapproved or not allowed by custom illicitly
Attractively unusual or old-fashioned. quaint
Wishing or appearing to wish evil to others Malevolent
Habitually reserved and uncommunicative- saying little Taciturn
A preference or special liking for something; a bias in favor of something Predilection
A temporary stay Sojourn
Perceptible by the senses or intellect discernible

To Kill A MockingBird Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

eased assuaged
old-time pharmacist,who prepared and sold medicinal drugs apothecary
devotion to a religious diety piety
restriction stricture
authoritative decree dictum
slaves;property chattels
silent;not inclined to talk taciturn
new and in perfect condition unsullied
indiscreet imprudent
walking in a leisurely way ambled
smooth-leafed kale like plant collard
old or whimsical;out of the ordinary eccentric
old-fashioned;unusual in appearance quaint
lacking in liveliness;dull vapid
vicious;evil malevolent
preference predilection
dwelling;living domiciled
small cheap automobile flivver
minor officer whose duties include keeping the peace beadle
unclear nebulous

To Kill A Mockingbird CH.1 Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Make an unpleasent feeling less intense Assuaged
A formal pronouncement from an authoritive source Dictum
Unable to take effective action; helpless or powerless Impotent
(Of a person) reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little Taciturn
Powder or something with Talcum powder Talcum
Walk or move slowly;relaxed pace Ambled
Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging Vapid
A prefernce or a special liking for some thing Predilection
A raised platform in church from which a preacher delivers a sermon Pulpit
A cheap car or aircraft, especially one in bad condition Flivver
In the form of cloud or haze Nebulous
Force a proposed measure to be accepted or completed quickly Ramrod
Of, involving, or absorbed in meditation or considered thought. Meditatively
A sudden attack or incursion into enemy territory, especially to obtain something; a raid. Foray
A thing that is granted, especially in response to demands; a thing conceded Concession