Macbeth definitions 2

Sacrilegious violation or misuse of what is regarded to be sacred
anoint(ed) smear or rub with oil
consort habitually associate with (someone) typically with the disapproval of others
rebuke(d) express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behavior or actions
predominant present as the strongest or main element
bounteous generously given or giving; bountiful
sundry of various kinds; several
eminence fame or recognized superiority (especially within a particular sphere or profession)
contriver someone who creates or brings about (an object or situation) by deliberate use of skill and artifice
wayward difficult to control or predict because of unusual or perverse behavior
laudable (of an action, idea or goal) deserving praise and commendation
unsanctified not holy because unconsecrated or impure or defiled
transpose transfer to a different place or context
intemperance having or showing a lack of self control
avarice extreme greed for wealth or material gain
scruples a feeling of doubt or hesitation with regard to the morality or propriety of a course of action
malady a disease or ailment
sanctity the state or quality of being holy, sacred, or saintly.
pristine in its original condition; unspoiled
usurper a person who takes a position of power or importance illegally or by force
S+A usurper s: conqueror
S+A pristine s: immaculate a: spoiled
S+A sanctity s: holiness
S+A malady s: sickness
S+A scruples s: qualms
S+A avarice s: materialism a: generosity
S+A intemperance s: extremity a:moderation
S+A transpose s: Shift
S+A laudable S: praiseworthy a: shameful
S+A wayward s: willful a: docile
S+A contriver s: plotter a: minion
S+A eminence s: renown a: anonymous
S+A sundry s: diverse a: homogenous
S+A bounteous s: plentiful a: barren
S+A predominant s: main a: secondary
S+A rebuke(d) s: reprimand a: praise
S+A consort s: associate
S+A anoint(ed) s: bless
S+A sacrilegious s: profane a: respectful

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