Julius Caesar Act III-V vocabulary

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appease

to sooth or satisfy

carrion

rotten or decaying

discourse

to carry on a conversation

legacy

anything inherited through a will

prostrate

lying face down

rent

whole or opening made by ripping or tearing

repeal(ing)

[to] recall(ing) from exile

unassailable

not able to be denied or attacked

apparition

ghost

bay

(to force into) being cornered so escape is impossible

proscription

a publication of the name of someone condemned to death

revile

to insult or to speak with abusive language

sublime

awesome, inspiring awe

tenor

general drift or meaning

disconsolate

unable to be consoled, hopelessly sad

engender

to produce

parley

discussion or conference

rite

ritual; ceremony for a special occasion.

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