Hamlet Act 2 Scene 2 vocab 16-30

mirth amusement and joy• I can tell that he is enjoying this movie from the mirth he is expressing
promontory a high point of rock or land that juts into a source of water• Moby dick was so obsessed with that whale that he would jump off the mountain’s promontory just to capture him.
firmament the body of the sky• During halloween i used a telescope to observe the firmament to see whether or not the asteroid will hit Earth.
paragon a model of excellence or perfection• Ms. Taube describes Andrew’s essay as a paragon that everyone should try to reproduce.
gratis without charge or payment; free• McDonalds provides cheese burger gratis with the completion of the offer.
sere dry or withered• my sere pant makes me itchy
rapier a thin, light, sharp-pointed sword used for thrusting.• Asuna’s rapier penetrated his armor with one thrust.
ducat a gold coin formerly current in most European countries.• Back in the old age, knights get paid with ducat
appurtenance an accessory or other item associated with a particular activity or style of living.• he bought an estate and all of its appurtenance
indict formally accuse of or charge with a serious crime.• Bill clinton was indicted for having several sexual intercourses.
rheum a watery fluid that collects in or drips from the nose or eyes.• when I am sick, I have rheum drip from my nose
diadem a jeweled crown or headband worn as a symbol of sovereignty.• Claudius stole usurp the diadem from prince Hamlet.
visage a person’s facial expression.• I can tell that the teacher is not pleased with the visage she is expressing
offal the entrails and internal organs of an animal used as food.• Hot dogs are made with many offal from different category of meat
rogue a dishonest or unprincipled man.• He became a rogue ninja after killing innocent people in his village

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