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adj. able to say the right thing to a person without being offensive
n. an exclusive right or privilege
n. class distinctions based on birth, wealth, etc.
v. to oppose; to make angry
adj. never wrong
adj. pleasantly calm or peaceful; quiet
adj. impressive on account of age or historic associations
n. the front of a building; the part facing the street
n. one who disparages or belittles the worth of something
n. agreement without protest
v. loaded to excess or impeded by a heavy load
phrase - not outstanding in quality or rarity
"put some of the county back where it belongs"
phrase - referencing the amount of dirt; filthy
phrase - final attempt
"things had come to a pretty pass"
phrase - things had turned out alright
"he had seen the light"
phrase - became newly devout or recently saw the right way
phrase - got upset and irritated
Atticus's meaning of the phrase - "the facts of life"
phrase - the way things are done; the realities of life