the tempest vocab words

Blasphemous Adj, impiously irreverent: profane
Insolent Adj, insultingly contemptuous in speech or conduct: overbearing
Perfidious (perfidy) Adj, the quality or state of being faithless or disloyal treachery
Fortitude Noun, strength of mind that allows a person to encounter or bear pain with adversity or courage
Chide Verb, to speak out in angry or displeased rebuke
Enmity Noun, positive active and typically mutual hatred or ill will
Supplant Verb, to take the place of and serve as a substitute for a especially by reason of superior excellence or power
Trifle Noun, something of little value, substance, or importance
Credulous Adj, ready to believe especially on slight or uncertain evidence
Nimble Adj, marked by quick alert clever conception comprehension or resourcefulness
Sinew Noun, tendons especially used for chords or threads
Debauched Adj, to seduce from chastity
Brood Noun, the young of an animal or family
Jocund Adj, marked or suggestive of high sprites of lively mirthfulness
Surfeited Verb. to feed, supply, or give ti surfeit archaic: to indulge in sanctity in a gratification
Austere Adj, stern cold in appearance or manner
Sanctimonious Adj, hypocritically pious or devout
Abstemious Adj, marked by restraint especially in the consumption of food or alcohol
Infirmity Noun, the condition of being feeble
Repose Verb, to lay at rest
Eaves Noun, a projecting edge
Penitent Adj, feeling or expressing humble or regretful pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
Ebb(ing) Verb, to recede from the flood
Promonotory Noun, a promontory piece of land overlooking or projecting into a body of water
Abjure Verb, to renounce upon oath

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