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Hamlet Act III Vocab

Oscar

TermDefinition
Turbulent chaotic, disordered, characterized by conflict. (Sentence) - The sky is very turbulent. (Synonym) - Stromy, Unstable
Aloof not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant. (Sentence) - When i met the terminator he was very aloof. (Synonym) - Distanced, Detach
Affront an action or remark that causes outrage or offense. (Sentence) - revenge for an affront. (Synonym) - Insult, Offense
Affliction a curse to bear, or something that causes agony, suffering, pain. (Sentence) - He had an affliction. (Synonym) - Pain, Misery
Insolence an offensive disrespectful impudent act. Insulting. (Sentence) - she was beat up for insolence. (Synonym) - Impudence, Impertinence
Awry away from the correct or expected course. (Sentence) - Something was awry. (Synonym) - Amiss, Wrong
Inoculate introduce an idea or attitude into the mind. Shield from (Sentence) - The had to inoculate him. (Synonym) - Ingrain, Infuse
Temperance the trait of avoiding excesses. (Sentence) - the temperance movement. (Synonym) - Prohibit, Abstain
Profane grossly irreverent toward what is held to be sacred. (Sentence) - They had a profane conversation. (Synonym) - Secular, Lay
Fawning attempting to win favor by flattery. (Sentence) - Fawning Adoration. (Synonym) - Curry Favor, Servile to
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