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Macbeth Vocabulary. Act I. He received a medal for valor in combat in the South Pacific. Valor. exceptional or heroic courage when facing danger. Noun. Giving American secrets to our enemies is considered the ultimate act of treason. Treasons.

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valor

He received a medal for valor in combat in the South Pacific.

Valor

exceptional or heroic courage when facing danger. Noun

treasons

Giving American secrets to our enemies is considered the ultimate act of treason

Treasons

Betrayal; typically used in context of betraying one’s government or country.

imperial

He envisioned an imperial city that would rival the capitals of Europe for beauty and magnificence.

Imperial

Having supreme authority.

surmise

Dr. Thomas surmised that matching donors to patients was crucial.

MC Lytesurmises: "Men spend so long degrading women in hip-hop, how could we ever expect consumers to support female MCs?"

Surmise

Imaginings and speculation; form an opinion or make a guess about something.

thane

Macbeth’s title in the beginning of the play is the Thane of Cawdor.

Thane

a member of an aristocratic class and holds land

harbinger

The robin is a harbinger of spring––its presence means spring is coming soon.

The appearance of a ghost is often thought of as a harbinger of death.

Harbinger

sign of future events