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Act 1 Vocabulary. Partisan: (n) a weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on the end of a long shaft (n) one who exhibits extreme or possible blind allegiance to a group Pernicious : (adj) very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental

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act 1 vocabulary
Act 1 Vocabulary

Partisan: (n) a weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on the end of a long shaft

(n) one who exhibits extreme or possible blind allegiance to a group

Pernicious: (adj) very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental

Covert: (adj) secret, concealed, furtive, stealthy

Portent: (n) a sign or forewarning; omen, warning

(adj) (portentous) momentous

Gall: (n) bile, an irritant, impudence, bitter, vexing

act one con
Act One (con.)

Accord: (n) agreement, state of harmony, concur

(adj) agreeable, harmonious

Wanton: (adj) immoral, lewd, licentious

(n) someone who is immoral

Virtuous: (adj) having excellent morals, righteous, ethical, noble

Disparage: (v) to degrade, to speak of someone or something in a derogatory manner, to belittle

(n) (disparagement) something that casts a bad light

Profane: (v) showing contempt toward sacred things; to violate, desecrate or defile

act one
Act One

Augment: (v) to increase; to enlarge

Grievance: (n) injustice; complaint

Transgression: (n) wrongdoing; sin

Heretic: (n) an individual who holds to a belief opposed to the established teaching of a church or religion

Shrift: (n) confession; the truth

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Act 2

Entreaty: (n) a plea, appeal, request

Entreat: (v) to appeal or request

Utter: (v) to speak, emit sound, pronounce

Idolatry: (n) worship of idols, excessive devotion, obsession

Repose: (v) to lie or to be at rest

(n) calm, peacefulness; resting

Cunning: (n)skillemployedinashrewdorslymanner,as in deceiving; craftiness; guile