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Vocabulary. MACBETH. VALOR. Noun Marked courage or bravery “Like valor’s minion carved out his passage” page 308. TREASONS. Noun Betrayals of one’s country or oath of loyalty “But treasons capital, confessed and proved “ pg 314. IMPERIAL. Adjective

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vocabulary

Vocabulary

MACBETH

valor
VALOR
  • Noun
  • Marked courage or bravery
  • “Like valor’s minion carved out his passage” page 308
treasons
TREASONS
  • Noun
  • Betrayals of one’s country or oath of loyalty
  • “But treasons capital, confessed and proved “ pg 314
imperial
IMPERIAL
  • Adjective
  • Of an empire; having supreme authority
  • “as happy prologues to the swelling act of the imperial theme “ pg 314
liege
LIEGE
  • Noun
  • Lordorking
  • “My liege, they are not yet come back“ pg 315
sovereign
SOVEREIGN
  • Adjective
  • Supreme in power, rank, or authority
  • “Which shall to all our nights and days to come/ Give solely sovereign sway and masterdom” pg 320
augment
AUGMENT
  • Verb
  • Make greater; enlarge
  • “So I lose none/ In seeking to augment it” pg 328
palpable
PALPABLE
  • Adjective
  • Capable of being touched or felt
  • “I see thee yet in form as palpable/ As this which I now draw” pg 328
stealthy
STEALTHY
  • Adjective
  • Sly
  • “Whose howl’s his watch, thus with his stealthy pace” pg 328
predominance
PREDOMINANCE
  • Noun
  • Superiority
  • “Is ‘t night’s predominance, or the day’s shame” pg 338
indissoluble
INDISSOLUBLE
  • Adjective
  • Not able to be dissolved or undone
  • “Command upon me, to which my duties/ Are with a most indissoluble tie/ For ever knit.” pg 343
parricide
PARRICIDE
  • Noun
  • The act of killing one’s father, mother or close relative
  • “Their cruel parricide” pg 344
dauntless
DAUNTLESS
  • Adjective
  • Fearless; Cannot be intimidated
  • “And, to that dauntless temper of his mind” pg 344
jocund
JOCUND
  • Adjective
  • Cheerful, Jovial
  • “Then be thou jocund” pg 348
infirmity
INFIRMITY
  • Noun
  • Physical or mental defect; Illness
  • “I have a strange infirmity” pg 353
tyrant
TYRANT
  • Noun
  • A sovereign or ruler who uses power oppressively or unjustly
  • “From whom this tyrant holds the due of birth” pg 356
malevolence
MALEVOLENCE
  • Noun
  • Ill will; Spitefulness
  • “That the malevolence of fortune nothing/ Takes from his high respect” pg 357
pernicious
PERNICIOUS
  • Adjective
  • Fatal; Deadly
  • “Let this pernicious hour/ Stand aye accursed in the calendar” pg 366
judicious
JUDICIOUS
  • Adjective
  • Showing good judgment
  • “He is noble, wise, judicious, and best knows” pg 367
sundry
SUNDRY
  • Adjective
  • Various; Miscellaneous
  • “More suffer, and more sundry ways than ever” pg 371
intemperance
INTEMPERANCE
  • Noun
  • Lack of restraint
  • “Boundless intemperance/ In nature is a tyranny” pg 372
avarice
AVARICE
  • Noun
  • Greed
  • “A stanchless avarice” pg 372
perturbation
PERTURBATION
  • Noun
  • Disturbance
  • “A great perturbation in nature” pg 381
pristine
PRISTINE
  • Adjective
  • Original, Unspoiled
  • “And purge it to a sound and pristine health” pg 387
clamorous
CLAMOROUS
  • Adjective
  • Noisy
  • “Those clamorous harbingers of blood and death” pg 390
harbingers
HARBINGERS
  • Noun
  • Forerunners
  • “Those clamorous harbingers of blood and death” pg 390