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Hamlet Act II Vocab

Oscar

TermDefinition
Assay a test of a substance to determine its components (Synonyms) - Test, Trial (Sentence) - We put the petri dish under the microscope to assay.
Purport have the often specious appearance of being or intending (Synonyms) - Claim, Profess (Sentence) - Bobby Joe is not the person he purports to be.
Expostulate reason with for the purpose of dissuasion (Synonyms) - Disagree, Argue (Sentence) - The dog expostulates his opinion on his food by throwing it up.
Carrion the dead and rotting body of an animal; unfit for human food (Synonyms) - Cadaver, Corpse (Sentence) - A vulture is in search of carrion.
Rapier a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges (Synonyms) - Blade, Weapon (Sentence) - I used my rapier on the villian.
Visage the appearance conveyed by a person's face (Synonyms) - Aspect, Features (Sentence) - Jimmy couldn't stock looking at Veronicas elegant visage.
Offal internal organs and trimmings of a butchered animal (Synonyms) - Remains, Carrion (Sentence) - That monster eats offal for breakfast lunch and dinner.
Rogue a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel (Synonyms) - Villain, Reprobate (Sentence) - He is a rogue.
Contrive make or work out a plan for; devise (Synonyms) - Engineer, Manufacture (Sentence) - Max contrived to make a robot.
Promontory a natural elevation (Synonyms) - Headland, Cape (Sentence) - A rocky promontory.
Created by: OscarTheGreat