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  • Common Core alignment to a Definition Match puzzle is to the key phrase "Precise Meaning".
    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
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    To Kill a Mockingbird Definition Match --

    Directions: MATCH the To Kill a Mockingbird vocabulary words numbered in this activity in the left hand column with the proper definitions of the 18 words in letters "A to R" in the right hand column. Use the pull down "Select" bar to choose the correct letter definition match.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get back the correct answers as well as the percentage score for how many questions you answered correctly.
    Clue: 18 vocabulary words are featured in this To Kill a Mockingbird Definition Match worksheet activity. Please see additional vocabulary words that can be retrieved from the "Vocabulary Word List" top menu bar or the "Word List" blue quadrant that includes the 135 Classics/Recommenced Reading books on the home page at This Definition Match worksheet for To Kill a Mockingbird promotes vocabulary study.
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    Word List
    2) FURTIVE
    4) RELENT
    5) TRUANT
    9) EVASION
    10) REMORSE
    18) CONFRONT
    Definition List
    A)  A cause of continued pain, annoyance or distress (noun)
    B)  A capture or an arrest; a dread or fear of what may be coming in the future (noun)
    C)  Sorrow or pity aroused by suffering or misfortune of another; sympathy (noun)
    D)  To face especially in challenge: oppose; to bring face-to-face: cause to meet (verb)
    E)  Confinement; the holding, restraining or keeping back of; punishment of being kept in after school (noun)
    F)  A getting away with or avoidance by skill or trickery (noun)
    G)  Done by stealth: sly, secret (adjective)
    H)  Frank; showing innocent or childlike simplicity: naive (adjective)
    I)  Given to examination or investigation; too curious about other people\'s affairs (adjective)
    J)  Evil in influence or effect: injurious; tending or likely to produce death (adjective)
    K)  Standing out or projecting beyond a surface or line; readily noticeable: conspicuous; eminent (adjective)
    L)  A natural inclination or liking: bent (noun)
    M)  Arousal to action: incitement; something that directs attention to the response called forth (noun)
    N)  To become less severe, hard or strict; to let up: slacken (verb)
    O)  A deep regret arising from a sense of guilt for past wrongs: self-reproach (noun)
    P)  Having the ability of a body to rebound, recoil or resume its original size or shape: elastic; tending to recover readily (adjective)
    Q)  Meditation on a subject: reflection; a thought or theory about something where evidence is slight; assumption of a business risk in hopes of gain (noun)
    R)  Shirking duty, especially staying out of school witho0ut permission (adjective)