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To Kill a Mockingbird

Across
Moral properness
Friendliness, hospitality
A range of colors, usually paints
Not dirited, unsoiled
Curious
Argumentative
Acussed of rape
Scout and Jem’s father but also the defending Tom Robinson
To stay
Hateful or disprespectful
Very sharp
Extremely sad
A friend who Scout and Jem make along the way
Angry, abusive, unmanageable language
Marked by success; favorable
Aassortment of skills
A person who never went outside and when he did, it was usually in the night time. He was described as “strange”
Harmless, not evil
The “victim” who was “raped”
engaging in a vigorous struggle or scuffle
Down
To be overwhelmed with a statement or shocked
Stopped, ended, put out
Uunspoken but agreed upon
Angry set of words
Herioc
Sins
Uunpredictable or uneven
Noisily defiant
Departures from the normal or expected
Cutting a word or not much shorter than it is
Exceeding reasonable limits
Cutt off
Past tense of “bid”, which is to have ordered
Atticus’ little girl and also one of the main characters
continuing in a course of action even in the face of difficulty or with little or no prospect of success
Confused
Joyful and Triumphant
Speaking clearly
The quality of being fair and reasonable
She is a strong female figure to Jem and Scout but is also the Finches’ housekeeper
Extremely angry
Sensitive, easily irritated
Atticus’ little boy