Hamlet definition

apparition ghost
avouch Guarantee; take responsibility for; affirm.
dirge a funeral hymn or mournful speech
emulate to copy; to try to equal or excel
mirth frivolity; gaiety; laughter
obsequious Overly submissive and eager to please
portentous of momentous or ominous significance
arras tapestry covering a wall
expostulate (v.) to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decision by earnest reasoning
fain gladly
perusal (n.) a careful examination, review (The actor agreed to accept the role after a two-month perusal of the movie script.)
malefactions evil deeds
pestilent able to cause death or destruction
promontory a high point of land extending into water
beguile To deceive
calumny a false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation
contumely rudeness; insolence; arrogance
galled annoyed
knavish Dishonest
orisons prayers
lunacy insanity
abatements Reductions in amount, degree, or intensity
cicatrix scar
conjectures Ideas formed from guessing
cuckold the husband of an unfaithful wife
garrisoned Assign troops for protection
importunate urging; demandin
yield succumb
conjuration a spell
extolment High praise
germane Relevant
interim (n.) the time between; (adj.) temporary, coming between two points in time
portraiture a painting or drawing of a person
wretched miserable
scant (adj) not enough or barely enough

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