Julius Caesar - Act 1

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construe
to interpret (v)
cumber
clumsy or difficult to manage (v)
augment
increase, strengthen in size or number; supplement (v)
derision
scorn, ridicule, contemptuous treatment (n)
portent
a sign of something about to happen, forewarning (usually bad) (n)
prodigious
importance, great size, extraordinarily large, impressive, etc.(adj)
rhetoric
The art of using language effectively and persuasively (n)
unassailable
impossible to dispute or disprove; undeniable (adj)
hindered
Encumbered; to cause delay, interruption, or difficulty (v)
instilled
past tense of instill; to gradually but firmly establish an idea or attitude in a person's mind (v)
lucrative
bringing in money or wealth; profitable (adj)
meticulous
showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise (adj)
vain
having or showing an excessively high opinion of one's appearance, abilities, or worth (adj)
vulnerable
susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm. (adj)
steely
coldly determined, hard (adj)