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Julius Caesar ACT IV-V. 1-Act IV, Scene i-ii 1. proscribe 2. covert 2-Act IV, Scene iii (1 st half) 3. corruption 4. rash 3- Act IV, Scene iii (2 nd half)

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1 Julius Caesar ACT IV-V

2 1-Act IV, Scene i-ii 1. proscribe 2. covert 2-Act IV, Scene iii (1 st half) 3. corruption 4. rash 3- Act IV, Scene iii (2 nd half) 5. apparition 6. nimbleness Julius Caesar Act IV-V

3 4-Act V, Scene i (1 st half) 7. exigent 8. billow 5- Act V, Scene ii-iii 9. demeanor 10. misconstrue 6- Act V, Scene iv-v 11. vessel 12. virtue Julius Caesar Act IV-V

4 ADJ acting too hastily or without due consideration — SYNONYMS: audacious, reckless ANTONYMS: thoughtful, careful rash

5 N a hollow or concave utensil, as a cup, bowl, pitcher, used for holding liquids or other contents __ SYNONYM: vat, pot vessel

6 N. a supernatural appearance of a person or thing, especially a ghost — SYNONYM: specter ANTONYM: being apparition

7 V to announce the name of (a person) condemned to death and subject to confiscation of property __ SYNONYM: sentence ANTONYM: welcome proscribe

8 ADJ urgent; pressing __ SYNONYM: critical, crucial ANTONYM: usual, ordinary exigent

9 N conduct; behavior; manner __ SYNONYM: bearing, disposition demeanor

10 N moral excellence; goodness; righteousness. — SYNONYMS: integrity ANTONYMS: dishonor virtue

11 ADJ concealed; secret; disguised __ SYNONYMS: clandestine. incognito ANTONYMS: candid, honest covert

12 V to swell out, puff up, etc., __ SYNONYMS: to inflate, to surge ANTONYMS: to shrink, to tighten billow

13 N ability to be quick and light in movement; moving with ease; __ SYNONYM: agility, activity ANTONYM: clumsiness, ineptness nimbleness

14 V to misunderstand the meaning of; take in a wrong sense; misinterpret __ SYNONYM: misjudge, misread ANTONYM: understand, discern misconstrue

15 N moral perversion; depravity __ SYNONYM: delinquency, misconduct ANTONYM purity, honesty corruption

16 1. Cassius’s battle plan allowed a ________ for his troops, they could move about easily and keep their foes off guard. 2. In a _________ maneuver, Brutus and Cassius led their armies to Philippi to battle Antony and Octavius. 3. The __________ of Caesar appeared to Brutus several times. 4. Soldiers on horseback led their armies into war with their flags ___________ in the wind. 5. Casca’s ____________ was shifty, deceitful and suspect. 6. Brutus accuses Cassius of engaging in _________ by accepting bribes. Sentences

17 7. Brutus was an honorable man, a man of many _________. 8. Lucius brought a ________ of wine for Brutus and Cassius. 9. After his speech, Antony received notification of Brutus’s and Cassius’s __________ departure from Rome. 10. Cassius claims that the messenger must have _________ the message sent to Brutus regarding his request for gold. 11. In a _______ decision, Brutus requested that Cassius join his forces against Octavius. 12. After the death of Caesar, the triumvirate _________ a list of Rome’s politicians to be assassinated. Sentences

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