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Julius Caesar. Vocabulary. Act 1: Baseness. Noun- lacking higher values. Act 1 Vulgar. Adjective- offensive and unrefined. Act 1 Homage. Noun- respect; tribute. Act 1 Lamented . Verb- mourned; regretted; expressed sorrow or grief. Act 1 Portentous.

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Julius caesar

Julius Caesar

Vocabulary


Act 1 baseness
Act 1: Baseness

  • Noun- lacking higher values


Act 1 vulgar
Act 1 Vulgar

  • Adjective- offensive and unrefined


Act 1 homage
Act 1 Homage

  • Noun- respect; tribute


Act 1 lamented
Act 1 Lamented

  • Verb- mourned; regretted; expressed sorrow or grief


Act 1 portentous
Act 1 Portentous

  • Adjective- giving a sign or a warning; foreboding


Act 2 ascend
Act 2 Ascend

  • Verb- to go up; to rise


Act 2 augmented
Act 2 Augmented

  • Verb- added to; to make greater in size, extent, or quantity


Act i prodigious
Act I Prodigious

  • Extraordinary in bulk, quantity, or degree, great in size, enormous


Act 2 taper
Act 2 Taper

  • Noun- a candle, especially a slender candle


Act 2 affability
Act 2 Affability

  • Adjective- friendliness; cordial; warmly polite


Act ii unassailable
Act II Unassailable

  • Undisputable, not able to be attacked with success


Act 2 concert
Act 2 Concert

  • Verb- to plan or act together

  • Also it is an idiom: in concert

  • Means together; jointly: to act in concert


Act 3 reverence
Act 3 Reverence

  • Noun- deep respect/ religious


Act 3 clamor
Act 3 Clamor

  • Noun- loud noise; loud uproar from a crowd of people


Act 3 entreat
Act 3 Entreat

  • Verb- to ask (a person) earnestly; to beg


Act 3 indignant
Act 3 Indignant

  • Adjective- angry over a slight; strong displeasure over something considered unjust


Act 3 indignant1
Act 3 Indignant

  • Angry as a result of something unjust


Act 3 vanquished
Act 3 Vanquished

  • Verb- defeated or conquered


Act 4 covert
Act 4 Covert

  • Adjective- concealed; sneaky; disguised


Act 4 contaminate
Act 4 Contaminate

  • Verb -to make impure


Act 4 mirth
Act 4 Mirth

  • Joyful happiness, especially accompanied by laughter


Act 5 engendered
Act 5 Engendered

  • Verb- to cause; to bring into existence


Act 5 melancholy
Act 5 Melancholy

  • Noun- sadness; a gloomy state of mind


Act 5 tarry
Act 5 Tarry

  • Verb- to stay awhile; to linger


Extras ethos
Extras! Ethos

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Extras logos
Extras! Logos

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Extras pathos
Extras! Pathos

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