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resume
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

6 uses
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Definition
begin or take on again
  • As Mr. Radley passed by, Boo drove the scissors into his parent's leg, pulled them out, wiped them on his pants, and resumed his activities.
    p. 13.8
resumed = began again
  • When she settled in with us and life resumed its daily pace, Aunt Alexandra seemed as if she had always lived with us.
    p. 172.1
  • resumed = began again
  • Atticus resumed his stroll to the windows and let Judge Taylor handle this one.
    p. 243.6
  • resumed = began again
  • "You say you're nineteen," Atticus resumed.
    p. 244.2
  • resumed = began again
  • He acknowledged my salute with a nod, and resumed his tour.
    p. 280.2
  • resumed = began again
  • Thereafter, he resumed his regular weekly appearances at the welfare office for his check, and received it with no grace amid obscure mutterings that the bastards who thought they ran this town wouldn't permit an honest man to make a living.
    p. 332.6
resumed = began again
There are no more uses of "resume" in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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