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Seek information from Consult
Characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule Tyrannical
An enlightening or astonishing disclosure Revelation
Spotlessly clean and fresh Unsullied
Force somebody to do something Compel
Justified in terms of profitability economic
Diffusing warmth and friendliness amiable
Strong feelings of embarrassment humiliation
Consisting of or characterized by the telling of a story narrative
Beyond or deviating from the usual or expected peculiar
Refuse to accept decline
In deplorable condition ramshackle
Put into service employ
near sighted myopic

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To Kill A Mocking Bird Vocabulary Crossword

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spotlessly clean and fresh unsullied
seek information from consult
meeting requirements satisfactory
failure to be present absence
be willing to yield concede
put into service employ
refuse to accept decline
a sudden short attack foray
very unhappy miserable
do something that one considers to be below one's dignity condescend
liable to sudden unpredictable change erratic
force somebody to do something compel
prove negative; show to be false contradict
strong feelings of embarrassment humiliation
not divided or shared with others exclusive
diffusing warmth and friendliness amiable
remove something, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off withdraw
beyond or deviating from the usual or expected peculiar
in deplorable condition ramshackle
showing curiosity inquisitive
in complete agreement unanimous
native to indigenous
sins iniquities
cut off severed
a minor crime misdemeanor
stupid asinine
confusion perplexity
to embarras mortify
sharply tartly
extremely angry livid

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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocab Crossword

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Never leaves his house BooRadley
Wrongly convicted for rape TomRobinson
The narrator of the book Scout
Scout's older brother Jem
The town where Scout lives Maycomb
Jem's and Scout's father Atticus
"Raped" by Tom Robinson Mayella Ewall
Mayella's father Bob Ewall
Jem teaches him how to swim Dill
to seek information from consult
spotlessly clean and fresh unsullied
meeting requirements satisfactory
characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule tyrannical
failure to be present absence
an enlightening or astonishing disclosure revelation
be willing to yield concede
put into service employ
in deplorable condition ramshackle
showing curiosity inquisitive
act between parties with a view to reconciling differences arbitrate
in complete agreement unanimous
remove something, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off withdraw
beyond or deviating from the usual or expected peculiar
remove something, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off withdraw
not divided or shared with others exclusive
diffusing warmth and friendliness amiable
strong feelings of embarrassment humiliation
prove negative; show to be false contradict
liable to sudden unpredictable change erratic
add details, as to an account or idea expound
force somebody to do something compel
do something that one considers to be below one's dignity condescend
very unhappy miserable
a sudden short attack foray
refuse to accept decline
to make milder or less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate assuaged
a druggist; a pharmacist apothecary
inclined to silence taciturn
a movable article of personal property. chattel
an authoritative pronouncement dictum
a remark or comment, especially an adverse criticism strictures
crudely or tastelessly colorful garishly
of, relating to, or having the form of a hexagon hexagonal
shortened and detached when played or sung staccato
to find out definitely ascertain
taken, done, used, etc., surreptitiously furtive
to commit theft purloined

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Maycomb County Puzzle Crossword

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One-shot Finch Atticus
Dressed as a ham for Halloween Scout
Found guilty of rape Tom
Tactless; bold Brash
Abominable unpleasant
Killing a ____ is a sin Mockingbird
Offered Helen a job Link Deas
Town Sheriff Heck Tate
Scout's first grade teacher Caroline
The Finch's housekeeper Calpurnia
A condition of great disorder shambles
Atticus' brother Jack
Belonging to or active during the night Nocturnal
Scout's classmate who can't afford lunch Walter
Testified as a victim of rape Mayella
Attacked Jem and Scout Bob
Goes by Boo Radley Arthur
Finch's Landing is 20 miles ____ of Maycomb West
The food and drink of the gods ambrosia
The characteristic parts of a person's face lineament
Roll around Wallow
Seek information from Consult
Liable to sudden unpredictable change erratic
Diffusing warmth and friendliness amiable
Showing curiosity Inquisitive
In deplorable condition ramshackle
A sudden short attack foray
Spotlessly clean and fresh unsullied
Long angry speech tirade
Author Harper Lee
Setting takes place in the 19__s thirties
Atticus works as a Lawyer
Scout's real name Jean Louise
Jem's full first name Jeremy
Atticus thinks of Calpurnia as family
Scout goes to the Halloween festival with Cecil
___ broke his arm Jem
___ killed Bob Ewell Boo
Mrs. Dubose was a ____ addict morphine
The state Maycomb is located in Alabama
Scout and ____ agreed to get married Dill
The state Dill is from Mississippi
Dill, Jem, and Scout sat on the ____ during the case balcony
____'s house burned down Miss Maudie
The ____ children only come on the first day of school Ewell
Evil Malevolent
Belonging to a particular region indigenous
Boring or uninteresting Vapid
Auspicious Favorable
Something that cannot be understood unfathomable

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To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Crossword

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seek information from Consult
spotlessly clean and fresh Unsullied
meeting requirements Satisfactory
characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule Tyrannical
failure to be present Absence
an enlightening or astonishing disclosure Revelation
be willing to yield Concede
put into service Employ
refuse to accept Decline
a sudden short attack Foray
very unhappy Miserable
do something that one considers to be below one's dignity Condescend
force somebody to do something Compel
add details, as to an account or idea Expound
liable to sudden unpredictable change Erratic

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Positive Personality Adjectives Crossword

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capable of fitting a particular situation or use adaptable
willing to undertake new and daring enterprises adventurous
having or displaying warmth or affection affectionate
having a strong desire for success or achievement ambitious
diffusing warmth and friendliness amiable
showing or having sympathy for another's suffering compassionate
showing concern for the rights and feelings of others considerate
able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching courageous
characterized by courtesy and gracious good manners courteous
characterized by care and perseverance in carrying out tasks diligent
showing ready comprehension of others' states empathetic
unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings exuberant
characterized by directness in manner or speech frank
willing to give and share unstintingly generous
temperamentally seeking and enjoying the company of others gregarious
free from undue bias or preconceived opinions impartial

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The Enlightenment Crossword

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System of government in which absolute monarchs ruled according to the principles of the Enlightenment Enlightened Despotism
Period in the 1700s when philosophers believed that they could apply the scientific method and use reason to explain human nature logically Enlightenment
Believed that society began in anarchy and needed a absolute monarch to maintain a orderly society Hobbes
Attacked injustice among nobility, government, church and believed in religious freedom Voltaire
Believed in Separation of Powers and Check and Balances Montesquieu
Governmental principle based on just laws and on a government created by and subject to the will of the people Popular Sovereignty
Believed in the idea of popular sovereignty Rousseau
City that was the center of intellectual activity during the Enlightenment Paris
A group of thinkers or philosphers of the Enlightenment Philosphes
System of government in which the ruler determines policy without consulting either the people or the representatives Absolute Monarch
Belief that the truth can be determined solely by logical thinking Rationalism

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To Kil a Mockingbird Crossword

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to walk at a slow, leisurely pace. ambled
One who sells medicines apothecary
where you live domiciled
Made less severe or burdensome assuaged
having or exhibiting hatred Malevolent
a feeling of humiliation mortification
religious devotion and reverence to God piety
spotlessly clean and fresh unsullied
irritations and annoyances vexations
heavily indulging in; rolling in wallowing
detestable; unpleasant abominable
pleasant; good-natured amiable
presenting favorable circumstances auspicious
tending to fight; quarrelsome contentious
a special allowance; privilege dispensation
with a willingness to talk, share expansively
inclined to make trouble; unruly fractious
to persist in a purpose, idea, or task persevere
state of calm, peacefulness, serenity tranquility
distant; unfeeling aloof
inclination to perform charitable acts benevolence
condition of being confused bewilderment
a winged, chubby angel cherub
gruesome, gloomy, or dark morbid
under force of necessity; obligated obliged
deviations from the proper course aberrations
approached in a harsh manner; assaulted accosted
given to contemplation or deep thought meditative
to carve or shape whittle
possessing connections, similarities analogous
created an enemy or an antagonist antagonized
to speak clearly and in distinct syllables articulate
those who exist/live at the same time contemporaries
an act of escaping or avoiding evasion
not noticeable or prominent inconspicuous
characterized by cleverness or originality ingenious
causing nausea or upset stomach nauseating
a magnificent, decorated tomb mausoleum
causing aggravation or annoyance provocation
a right or privilege prerogative
not audible; cannot be heard inaudible
strange or unusual qualities peculiarities
a prison for criminals penitentiary
made something last perpetuated

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To Kill a Mockingbird Crossword

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Spotlessly clean and fresh Unsullied
Meeting requirements Satisfactory
Characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule Tyrannical
Failure to be present Absence
An enlightening or astonishing disclosure Revelation
Be willing to yield Concede
Put into service Employ
Refuse to accept Decline
A sudden short attack Foray
Very unhappy Miserable
Add details, as to an account or idea Expound

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Maycomb Life Crossword

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Atticus sister. Alexandra
Affect with wonder. astound
Scout's and Jem's father. atticus
A boarder at the house across from Mrs. Dubose's. avery
He claims to have witnessed Tom attacking Mayella. bob
The mysterious neighbor who never comes out of his house. boo
One of Bob Ewell's kid who attends school only one day a year. burris
The Finchs' African American housekeeper. calpurnia
Scout's first grade teacher. caroline
A schoolmate who scares Jem and Scout on the way to the Halloween pageant. cecil
Do something that one considers to be below one's dignity. condescend
Jem and Scout's neighborhood friend that comes to visit every summer. dill
To cause to separate and go in different directions. dispel
Add details, as to an account or idea. expound
A sudden short attack foray
Aunt Alexandra's grandson. francis
Scout's second grade teacher. gates
The state attorney representing the Ewells. gilmer
Maycomb's sheriff. heck
Tom Robinson's wife. helen
A tiny or scarcely detectable amount. iota
Atticus and Aunt Alexandra's brother who comes to visit every Christmas. jack
Scout's older brother. jem
The judge at Tom's trial. john
A parishioner at First Purchase African M.E. Church who is upset when Scout and Jem attend services there. lula
She lives across the street from Jem and Scout. maudie
Tom is accused of raping her. mayella
She writes the Halloween pageant. merriweather
Lacking conscious awareness of. oblivious
Beyond or deviating from the usual or expected. peculiar
Reflect deeply on a subject. ponder
Cause to move forward with force. propel
Uneasiness about the fitness of an action. qualm
Dill's aunt who lives next door to the Finches. rachel
Censure severely or angrily. reprimand
An enlightening or astonishing disclosure. revelation
The pastor at First Purchase African M.E. Church. reverend
The narrator of the story. scout
The neighborhood gossip. stephanie
Miss Maudie needs to move houses because of this. thefire
Scout is part of this and dresses as ham. theplay
He is accused of raping and beating Mayella. tom
Characteristic of an absolute ruler. tyrannical
In complete agreement. unanimous
Jem invites him to lunch after Scout accosts him on the playground. walter
Boo Radley's brother. Nathan
During this, Atticus argues that Mayella's injuries could not have been caused my Tom. thetrial
The owner and editor of The Maycomb Tribune. underwood
The town garbage collector who is also Calpurnia's son. Zeebo
The father to several biracial children. Dolphus

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TKAM Vocabulary Crossword

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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

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