used in To Kill a Mockingbird
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in various senses, including:
- conditions in a location or geographic area — as in "the desert environment"
- conditions that affect a particular activity — as in "the learning environment"
- conditions that create a certain mood — as in "a competitive environment," or "a romantic environment,"
- conditions that impact a particular computer system, subsystem, or program — as in "the Windows environment"
- The inhabitants of these offices were creatures of their environment: little gray-faced men, they seemed untouched by wind or sun.
environment = surrounding conditions
- There are ways of keeping them in school by force, but it's silly to force people like the Ewells into a new environment-
environment = surrounding situation
There are no more uses of "environment" in To Kill a Mockingbird.