Macbeth Vocabulary Act 2

countenance facial expression
equivocator one who gives double meaningss to confuse the listener; speaks in ambiguous riddles
husbandry careful management of resources
palpable capable of being touched or felt
surfeited drunken; excessive amount of drinking
gild cover with a thin layer of gold or blood
incarnadine blood-red; crimson
requite to return or repay
repose rest or sleep
largess a gift or money given
augment increase
knell mournful ringing
temperate moderate; mild; restrained
confound confuse
suborned bribed

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