Macbeth: Act 1 Scene 3 Vocab

posterity (n) descendants; all future generations
verity (n) truth; a fact that has been verified
unbecoming (adj) not in keeping in accepted standards of what is right in polite society
parricide (n) murderer; someone who kills their parent
dauntless (adj) brave; audacious
predominant (adj) prevailing; present as the strongest or main elemen
incense (n) aroma, scent, perfume
botched (vb) bungled; spoiled through incompetence or clumsiness
vizard (n) mask
mirth (n) glee; great merriment
eminence (n) A prominent place, position of superiority.
mischance (n) bad luck; an instance of misfortune
infirmity (n) feebleness; the state of being weak in health or body
tedious (adj) tiresome; boring
haste (n) hurry; overly eager speed
valiant (adj) hero like; having or showing valor/heroism
malevolence (n) malice; wishing evil to others

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