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Hamlet Act IV Vocab


Discord lack of agreement or harmony. (Sentence) - A few years later discord arose among the allies. (Synonym) - Strife, Conflict
Importunate making persistent or urgent requests. (Sentence) - The chicken man at the store was really importunate about eating chicken. (Synonym) - Persistent, Tenacious
Conjecture a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence. (Sentence) - Billy made a conjecture on phones exploding. (Synonym) - Guess, Speculation
Artless characterized by an inability to mask your feelings. (Sentence) - Mark was really artless when it came to sad things. (Synonym) - Natural, Naive
Superfluous more than is needed, desired, or required. (Sentence) - We had a superfluous amount of chicken nuggets. (Synonym) - Surplus, Redundant
Impetuous characterized by undue haste and lack of thought. (Sentence) - Ivan was really impetuous when it came to answering questions on the quiz. (Synonym) - Haste, Impulsive
Cuckold a man whose wife committed adultery. (Sentence) - Jack is now a cuckold. (Synonym) - Cuck, Cucked
Ostentation pretentious or showy or vulgar display. (Sentence) - There was no trace of ostentation at the theatre. (Synonym) - Show, Showiness
Remiss failing in what duty requires. (Sentence) - She was remiss in preforming tasks (Synonym) - Negligent, Neglectful
Mountebank a flamboyant deceiver. (Sentence) - Everyone though santa was a nice guy but he really was a Mountebank. (Synonym) - Swindler, Charlatan
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