Hamlet week 1

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Terms in this set (...)

apparition
a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual appearance (n.)
assail
Attack violently, assault (v)
fortified
To make strong; having something added to increase strength (adj)
filial
family, of or like a son or daughter (adj)
obstinate
stubborn, unyielding (adj)
impious
disrespectful toward God, wicked; profane (adj)
obsequious
Overly submissive and eager to please, often for purely self-interested reasons (adj.)
condolement
Expression of grief, or sorrow (n.)
vulgar
lacking refinement or taste; crude (also refers to 'common' people) (adj)
unprevailing
useless, done without results, futile (adj)
retrograde
withdrawal/retreat, moving in a backward or opposite direction (adj)
sullied
damage the purity or integrity of something, defiled (v)
affably
friendly, pleasant , or easy to talk to. (adv)
maxim
a fundamental principle; an old saying, words to live by (n)
berated
scold or criticize (someone) angrily (v)