Macbeth Vocab Act 2

palpable Adjectivecapable of being touched or felt; easily seen, heard, or recognized.perceptible, visible”I see the yet, in form as palpable.”
appalls Adjectivefills with dismayhorrify, shock”How isn’t with me when every noise appalls me?”
carousing Verbdrunken merrymakingrevel, party(informally)”Faith, sir, we were carousing till second clock.”
equivocates Verbavoids making an explicit statementstall, hesitate”…equivocates him in a sleep and giving him the lie, leaves him.”
scruples Nounconscience; moralsguilt, uneasiness”Fears and scruples shake us.”
suborned Verbinduced to commit an unlawful actbribe, instigate”What good could they pretend? They were suborned.”

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