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congregation
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

9 uses
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Definition
people who worship together in the same building
  • One by one, the congregation came forward and dropped nickels and dimes into a black enameled coffee can.
    p. 162.6
congregation = people who worship together in the same building
  • It was dim inside, with a damp coolness slowly dispelled by the gathering congregation.
    p. 159.8
  • congregation = group of people who worship together in the same building
  • Reverend Sykes was standing behind the pulpit staring the congregation to silence.
    p. 160.3
  • congregation = group of people who worship together in the same building
  • Zeebo rose from his pew and walked down the center aisle, stopping in front of us and facing the congregation.
    p. 161.1
  • congregation = group of people who worship together in the same building
  • The congregation hesitated, Zeebo repeated the line carefully, and it was sung.
    p. 161.5
  • congregation = group of people who worship together in the same building
  • At the chorus Zeebo closed the book, a signal for the congregation to proceed without his help.
    p. 161.6
  • congregation = group of people who worship together in the same building
  • The congregation stirred.
    p. 162.8
  • congregation = group of people who worship together in the same building
  • The congregation murmured approval.
    p. 163.4
  • congregation = group of people who worship together in the same building
  • In the interval between Sunday School and Church when the congregation stretched its legs, I saw Atticus standing in the yard with another knot of men.
    p. 197.3
congregation =  people who worship together in the same building
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