Glossary of To Kill a MockingBird ch.1-5
Other Decks By This User
- to walk at a slow leisurely pace.
- An early form of a pharmacist, apothercaries could also prescribe drugs.
- A domicle is a house or a place where a person lives. If you are domiciled somewhere, that is where you live. The Finch family lived in the northern part of the country.
- The lower border of a root that overgangs the wall.
- to rarage in, search of spoils
- not potent: lacking power, strength, or vigor.
- dutifulness to ones religion.
- A rod for ramming home the charge in a muzzle-loading firearm.
- A lot of supplyof dramas, operas, pieces, or parts that company an person seperated to perform.
- lacking liveliness, tang briskness, or force.
- A usually rooted open gallery or portico attached to the exteror of a building.
- Any of several deep purplish reds.
- Having originated in and being produced, growing, living, or ocurring in a paticular region.
- Scrip Stamps
- Food Stamps for underprevliged people.
- following in time, order, or place.
- The subjection and denial of bodily passions an appetites by abstinence or self-inflicted pain or discomfort.(humiliation or feeling of shame)
- Worms stuck in the feet from no shoes hook on intestines.
- Generally ageeable.
- settlement of differences by abritration or by consent realness by mutual confessions.
- Head louse
- A current of water of air running contray to the main current.
- To make weary irritated, or bored
- consisting of one syllable.
- Affording a favorable spice.
- S culterated muscadine with yellowish green plum-flavored fruits.
- marked by inexcusable failure to excersice intellegence of sound judgement.
- Any of a family of chiefly arboreal old lizards with prensile tail endependently movable eyeballs, and usuall ability to change color of skin.
- Expressed or carried on without words or speech.
You must Login or Register to add cards