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
Parents love the adage: the early bird gets the worm.
The soldier won the Metal of Valor after pulling her comrades from the burning building.
The child cleaved to his father during the thunderstorm.
The chamberlain made sure all of the details for the ceremony were ready.
Deb offered a wassail to the new year.
Since Alan’s gout is acting up, he can’t go on the bike ride.
Although they were outnumbered, Macbeth and Banquo remained undaunted and won the battle.