Macbeth Vocab

harbingers (n.) a person or thing that announces or signals the approach of another
dauntless (adj.) fearless
jocund (adj.) cheerful, merry
pernicious (adj.) extremely harmful; deadly, fatal
palpable (adj.) capable of being touched or felt; intense feeling or atmosphere creating a seemingly physical sensation
stealthily (adv.) something done in a sly, sneaky, or furtive way
multitudinous (adj.) countless, infinite
equivocate (v.) intentionally misleading, so as to evade the truth without lying
credulous (adj.) believable, believe too readily, gulilble
redouble (v.) to make twice as great or double in intensity
augment (v.) to make greater or to enlarge
clamorous (adj.) noisy, loud uproar
infirmity (n.) physical or mental weakness
surmise (v.) to think or believe without certain supporting evidence; to conjecture or guess; (n.) likely idea that lacks definite proof
rue (v.) to regret, be sorry for
avarice (n.) a greedy desire, particularly for wealth
surfeit (n.) an excessive amount of something, overabundance
valor (n.) bravery
judicious (adj.) using or showing good judgment, wise, sensible
sundry (adj.) various; miscellaneous

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