Macbeth Vocab

equivocation Implying something that is not true, but not actually lying
regicide the act of killing a king
inversion the act of turning inside out or upside down
broil battle
lavish characterized by or produced with extravagance and profusion
sieve A utensil used straining or sifting; Or to use a sieve (to strain or sift)
rapt Deeply moved or delighted; or deeply absorbed, engrossed
surmise infer from incomplete evidence
missive A written message, a letter
beguile To deceive skillfully
adage a short saying that tells a truth which has gained credit through extensive use
palpable capable of being perceived by the senses or the mind
confound To cause to become confused or perplexed
infirm weak and feeble
auger hand tool for boring holes
entomb to place in or as if in a grave or tomb
benison a spoken blessing
rebuked punished especially by reproof or reprimand
vizard mask or visor
jocund full of or showing high-spirited merriment
borne carried
rue To feel regret, remorse, or sorrow for
entrails internal organs collectively (especially those in the abdominal cavity)
pernicious Extremely dangerous or deadly
laudable worthy of high praise
redress act of correcting an error or a fault or an evil
dolor sorrow, grief
impediments A hindrance or obstruction
perturbation the act of disturbing greatly; making uneasy or anxious
mortify to greatly shame or humiliate. either that or cause self-denial or self-infliction on the body.
distempered diseased and swollen
upbraid to blame, scold, find fault with
raze demolish, level to the ground
pristine pure, uncorrupted, clean

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