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(CK)Hamlet FT Voc1

(CK) Hamlet Final Test Vocabulary 1

enough - "We will ask Ophelia to talk with him. That should be enough." sufficient
to take revenge - "Take revenge for my death," roared the ghost. avenge
to attack with words - Claudius told Polonius that Ophelia was in no condition to attack Hamlet with words. assail
evilness - "Let us all listen at the door and spy," said Polonius, delighted with his own evilness. deviousness
made up pretense - Wouldn't someone step forward and put an end to this cruel made up pretense. charade
upset - When Gertrude saw Ophelia looking so upset, her heart filled with pity for her. distraught
gestures for - "The ghost gestures for me to follow it," said Hamlet. beckons
ghost - "I am sure it was a ghost that looked like your father," Horatio told Hamlet. apparition
sad and depressed - To mourn the death of a father becomes a son, but to remain sad and depressed, day after day, is unmanly. melancholy
soften - Hamlet now knew what if felt like to be insane, to have words fly out of his heart before his brain had a chance to soften them. temper
Created by: lindajune