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18 terms

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.