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Vocabulary Words #3 Macbeth posterity - future generations; all of a person’s descendants prattle - to talk or chatter idly or meaninglessly; babble or prate profundity - great depth; depth of intellect; profound knowledge purveyors - those who furnish provisions; those who provide or procure

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Vocabulary Words #3 Macbeth

  • posterity- future generations; all of a person’s descendants
  • prattle- to talk or chatter idly or meaninglessly; babble or prate
  • profundity- great depth; depth of intellect; profound knowledge
  • purveyors- those who furnish provisions; those who provide or procure
  • quell- to put down forcibly; suppress; to put down a disturbance
  • rancor- bitter long lasting resentment; enmity; bitter deep-seated ill will
  • rend- to tear or split apart into two pieces violently
  • sanctify- to set apart for sacred use; consecrate; to purify
  • searing- to char, scorch, or burn the surface of with or as if with a hot instrument; causing to wither or to dry up
  • sieve- a utensil for sifting or straining
  • sovereign- one that exercises supreme, permanent authority; possessed of controlling power
  • spurn- to reject disdainfully or contemptuously; scorn
  • surfeited- to feed or supply to excess, satiety, or disgust
  • tidings- information or news
  • usurp- to seize and hold; to take possession or authority over something without right
  • utter- complete, absolute, entire; to express by speaking
  • vanquished- to defeat or conquer in battle; overpowered
  • wanton- immoral or unchaste; lewd
  • warranted- justification for an action or belief; justified