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Macbeth Vocabulary Words and Definitions

macbeth vocabulary words and definitions

Macbeth vocabulary words and definitions

 

1.      THANE - A feudal lord or baron in Scotland

2.      PROPHETIC - Foretelling events as if by divine inspiration

3.      RECOMPENSE – Amends made, as for damage or loss

4.      WANTON – Immoral or unchaste; lewd

5.      HARBINGER – Someone who indicates what is going to happen.

6.      CHASTISE – To punish, as by beating

7.      METAPHYSICAL - without material form or substance

8.      BEGUILE - influence by slyness

9.      PROCREANT – To produce or create

     10.  PURVEYOR – someone who supplies provisions

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1.  ENTREAT – To make an earnest request or petition

2.  MONOLOGUE – speech you make to yourself

3.  SENTINEL – One that keeps guard

4.  INFIRM – lacking physical strength or vitality

5.  INCARNATE – possessing or existing in bodily form

6.  TREASON – A betrayal of trust or confidence

7.  EQUIVOCATE – to mislead or withhold information

8.  ANOINT – To choose by or as if by divine intervention

9.  COUNTENANCE – The face or facial features

10.  REFRAIN – To hold oneself back

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1.  SCRUPLES – To hesitate as a result of conscience

2.  PREDOMINANCE – the quality of being more noticeable than anything else.

3.  SOVEREIGN – One that has supreme authority, autonomous, self-governing.

4.  BENIGN – Of no danger to health.

5.  POSTERITY – All of a person's descendants.

6.  VERITIES – condition of being true, factual, or real.

7.  INDISSOLUBLE – Permanent; binding.

8.  PATRICIDE – The act of murdering one's father.

9.  RANCOR – Bitter, long-lasting hatred; deep-seated ill will.

10.  LIEGE – A loyal subject to a monarch.

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1.  NONPAREIL – A person or thing that has no equal

2.  ENTRAILS – The internal organs

3.  CAULDRON – A large vessel, such as a kettle or vat

4.  SEAR – To char, scorch, or burn the surface of

5.  PERNICIOUS – Tending to cause death or serious injury

6.  LAUDABLE - praiseworthy

7.  DESOLATE - Devoid of inhabitants; deserted

8.  AVARICIOUS – unrestrained; wishing for of wealth or gain; greedy

9.  MALADY – A disease, a disorder, or an ailment

10.  PURGE – To free from impurities; purify

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1.  BOUGH – A tree branch, especially a large or main branch

2.  HEW – To strike or cut

3.  CLAMOROUS – conspicuously and offensively loud

4.  KNELL – To give forth a mournful or ominous sound

5.  USURPER - To take over or occupy without right


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