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although
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

7 uses
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Definition
even though; or but

(Used to connect contrasting ideas. At the start of a sentence, other synonyms could include words and phrases such as however, yet, all the same, on the other hand, still, even so, and nonetheless.)
  • He was a man learned in the law, and although he seemed to take his job casually, in reality he kept a firm grip on any proceedings that came before him.
    p. 220.5
although = even though
  • Once the town was terrorized by a series of morbid nocturnal events: people's chickens and household pets were found mutilated; although the culprit was Crazy Addie, who eventually drowned himself in Barker's Eddy, people still looked at the Radley Place, unwilling to discard their initial suspicions.
    p. 10.9
  • although = even though
  • Jem said quietly, "My sister ain't dirty and I ain't scared of you," although I noticed his knees shaking.
    p. 141.9
  • although = but (used to connect contrasting ideas)
  • Although her fits had passed off, she was in every other way her old self: when Sir Walter Scott became involved in lengthy descriptions of moats and castles, Mrs. Dubose would become bored and pick on us: "Jeremy Finch, I told you you'd live to regret tearing up my camellias."
    p. 146.2
  • although = even though
  • Although Maycomb was ignored during the War Between the States, Reconstruction rule and economic ruin forced the town to grow.
    p. 174.9
  • although = even though
  • Although we heard no more about the Finch family from Aunt Alexandra, we heard plenty from the town.
    p. 180.0
  • although = even though
  • Although his back was to us, we knew he had a slight cast in one of his eyes which he used to his advantage: he seemed to be looking at a person when he was actually doing nothing of the kind, thus he was hell on juries and witnesses.
    p. 222.7
although = even though
There are no more uses of "although" in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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