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junction
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

5 uses
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Definition
a place where two or more things come together
  • Two days later Dill arrived in a blaze of glory: he had ridden the train by himself from Meridian to Maycomb Junction...
    p. 47.8
junction = a place where two or more things come together (in this case probably two roads or railroad lines)
  • (Maycomb Junction was in Abbott County)
    p. 47.8
  • junction = a place where two or more things come together (in this case probably two roads or railroad lines)
  • Every Christmas Eve day we met Uncle Jack at Maycomb Junction, and he would spend a week with us.
    p. 102.6
  • junction = a place where two or more things come together (in this case probably two roads or railroad lines)
  • He had taken thirteen dollars from his mother's purse, caught the nine o'clock from Meridian and got off at Maycomb Junction.
    p. 187.4
  • junction = a place where two or more things come together (in this case probably two roads or railroad lines)
  • Miss Rachel took us with them in the taxi to Maycomb Junction, and Dill waved to us from the train window until he was out of sight.
    p. 320.6
junction = a place where two or more things come together (in this case probably two roads or railroad lines)
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