← Antigone Voacbulary Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All ardor great enthusiasm or love dubious thought not to be completly true or not able to be trusted circumspect careful not to take risks ingenuity ability to think of clever new ways of doing something infallible never wrong, failing, or making a mistake founder to be unsuccessful furrow to make long shallow holes in dictum a short statement, especially one expressing advice or a genreal truth discernment the ability to judge people and things well fodder food given to farm animals like cows & horses incessant never stopping, esp. in an annoying or unpleasent way augury the skill of knowing what will happen in the future putrid decayed and having unpleassent smell consort a wife or husband, especially of a ruler catharsis cleansing amotional outburst of pity and sorrow hamartia your most prominent characteristic; inevitably both your greatest strength and your greatest weakness hubris a person exhibiting hubris will lbe insulting the gods by acting as if he or she has unlimited powers; the traditional definition is 'overweening pride' nemesis the inevitiable and suitable outcomecome (although it may feel like punishment!) of humans' flawed interactions; hubris is sure to lead nemesis stichomythia the dramatic showdown in which a rapid exchange of dialogue develops from preceding longer speeches thespis the founder of drama, from whom we get the term "thespian"