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WHHS Macbeth

Vocabulary from Macbeth #1

QuestionAnswer
harbinger a person or thing that announces or signals the approach of something
surmise a supposition or guess.
procreant producing offspring
malice the desire to do harm to someone; ill will
scruples a feeling that prevents you from doing something that you think is morally wrong or makes you uncertain about doing it
cloistered sheltered from the outside world
cauldron a large kettle or boiler
purveyor a business which provides goods or services
chamberlains A high-ranking officials in various royal courts
pernicious highly injurious or destructive
diminutive extremely or unusually small
husbandry the care, cultivation, and breeding of crops and animals
antidote a medicine taken to counteract a poison.; something that counteracts an unpleasant feeling or situation
blaspheme speak irreverently about God or sacred things
treachery violation of faith; betrayal of trust; treason
apparition an unusual or unexpected sight ; a ghostly figure
gruel a thin liquid food of oatmeal or other meal boiled in milk or water
bounteous giving or disposed to give freely
countenance the face as an indication of mood, emotion, or character
remorse a gnawing distress arising from a sense of guilt for past wrongs
Created by: zanopat