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More Macbeth Vocabulary. Adage. Noun a saying expressing a common experience or observation; proverb Parents love the adage : the early bird gets the worm. Valor. noun boldness or determination in facing great danger, especially in battle; heroic courage or bravery

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More macbeth vocabulary

More Macbeth Vocabulary


Adage

Adage

  • Noun

  • a saying expressing a common experience or observation;proverb

    Parents love the adage: the early bird gets the worm.


Valor

Valor

  • noun

  • boldnessordeterminationinfacing great danger, especially in battle; heroic courage orbravery

    The soldier won the Metal of Valor after pulling her comrades from the burning building.


Cleave

Cleave

  • Verb

  • toclingor adhere

    The child cleaved to his father during the thunderstorm.


Dudgeon

Dudgeon

  • Noun

  • afeelingofoffenseorresentment;anger

  • The wooden handle of a dagger


Chamberlain

Chamberlain

  • Noun

  • anofficialin charge of the living quarters of a memberofthenobility

    The chamberlain made sure all of the details for the ceremony were ready.


Wassail

Wassail

  • Noun

  • atoastor salutation

    Deb offered a wassail to the new year.


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Gout

  • diseasethat causes painful inflammation of the joints, usually in the hands and feet

    Since Alan’s gout is acting up, he can’t go on the bike ride.


Undaunted

Undaunted

  • Adjective

  • notdiscouraged

    Although they were outnumbered, Macbeth and Banquo remained undaunted and won the battle.


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