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C VOCABULARY MACBETH
VALOR Noun Marked courage or bravery “Like valor’s minion carved out his passage” page 308
TREASONS Noun Betrayals of one’s country or oath of loyalty “But treasons capital, confessed and proved “ pg 314
IMPERIAL Adjective Of an empire; having supreme authority “as happy prologues to the swelling act of the imperial theme “ pg 314
LIEGE Noun Lord or king “My liege, they are not yet come back“ pg 315
SOVEREIGN Adjective Supreme in power, rank, or authority “Which shall to all our nights and days to come/ Give solely sovereign sway and masterdom” pg 320
AUGMENT Verb Make greater; enlarge “So I lose none/ In seeking to augment it” pg 328
PALPABLE Adjective Capable of being touched or felt “I see thee yet in form as palpable/ As this which I now draw” pg 328
STEALTHY Adjective Sly “Whose howl’s his watch, thus with his stealthy pace” pg 328
PREDOMINANCE Noun Superiority “Is ‘t night’s predominance, or the day’s shame” pg 338
INDISSOLUBLE Adjective Not able to be dissolved or undone “Command upon me, to which my duties/ Are with a most indissoluble tie/ For ever knit.” pg 343
PARRICIDE Noun The act of killing one’s father, mother or close relative “Their cruel parricide” pg 344
DAUNTLESS Adjective Fearless; Cannot be intimidated “And, to that dauntless temper of his mind” pg 344
JOCUND Adjective Cheerful, Jovial “Then be thou jocund” pg 348
INFIRMITY Noun Physical or mental defect; Illness “I have a strange infirmity” pg 353
TYRANT Noun A sovereign or ruler who uses power oppressively or unjustly “From whom this tyrant holds the due of birth” pg 356
MALEVOLENCE Noun Ill will; Spitefulness “That the malevolence of fortune nothing/ Takes from his high respect” pg 357
PERNICIOUS Adjective Fatal; Deadly “Let this pernicious hour/ Stand aye accursed in the calendar” pg 366
JUDICIOUS Adjective Showing good judgment “He is noble, wise, judicious, and best knows” pg 367
SUNDRY Adjective Various; Miscellaneous “More suffer, and more sundry ways than ever” pg 371
INTEMPERANCE Noun Lack of restraint “Boundless intemperance/ In nature is a tyranny” pg 372
AVARICE Noun Greed “A stanchless avarice” pg 372
PERTURBATION Noun Disturbance “A great perturbation in nature” pg 381
PRISTINE Adjective Original, Unspoiled “And purge it to a sound and pristine health” pg 387
CLAMOROUS Adjective Noisy “Those clamorous harbingers of blood and death” pg 390
HARBINGERS Noun Forerunners “Those clamorous harbingers of blood and death” pg 390
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