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Hamlet Act IV Vocab

TermDefinitionsentencessynonyms
Importunate making persistent or urgent requests The man made IMPORTUNATE requests to the man. persistent,dogged
Conjecture a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence The judge made a CONJECTURE wich cost the woman her child. guess,fancy
Artless characterized by an inability to mask your feelings some people are extremely ARTLESS. natural, simple
Superfluous more than is needed, desired, or required while making dinner i accidently added a SUPERFLUOUS amount of flour to the dish. excess, extra
Impetuous characterized by undue haste and lack of thought When children speak they are often IMPETUOUS. hastey, rash
Cuckold a man whose wife committed adultery The man was shocked to find out that he was a CUCKOLD. sissy, baby
Ostentation pretentious or showy or vulgar display OSTENTATION is not flatering at all. showy, obstructive
Remiss failing in what duty requires I hate to REMISS. carless, irresponsible
Mountebank a flamboyant deceiver I wouldnt like to be a MOUNTEBANK. swindler, fraud
Discord lack of agreement or harmony The man caused great DISCORD with his words strife, hostility
Created by: kman265