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Act 3 and 4 Vocab

Act 3 and 4 Vocab
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prosperity
a successful or thriving condition
indissoluble
incapable of being dissolved or destroyed
rebuked
to express sharp, stern disapproval of
incensed
to perfume with incense
avouch
to declare or assert with positivity
eminence
a high station or rank
jocund
cheerful or merry
contriver
to bring about by a plan or scheme
dismal
causing gloom or dejection
homage
something done or given in consideration or acknowledgement
confound
to throw into confusion or disorder; to bewilder
antic
a playful trick or prank; grotesque or ludicrous
pernicious
causing insidious destruction or harm; deadly
diminuitive
small or tiny
judicious
using or showing judgment as to action
redress
the setting right of something wrong
sundry
various or diverse
malicious
full of or characterized by malice or spitefullness
hoodwink
to deceive or trick
abjure
to renounce or give up