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Othello Act 2 Vocab
Terms in this set (20)
literal or metaphorical storm
to see, perceive (visual, mostly)
to really really enjoy something; to
to tease, scold, often in a playful
manner. The past tense is "chid" in
to try/attempt to do something
chests for stowing valuables; they
often look like trunks or treasure chests.
hatred, evil intent
celebrating wildly with drink and
A word you use before asking a question. It's short for "I pray thee."
foolishness; stupidity; a mistake
a person. It's old-fashioned slang.
Kind of like dude or bloke. It could mean a girl too.
an evil, malicious person who does knavish deeds. This isn't like a rogue.
like beseech; to ask for something,
like a favor. Beseech is a bit more
desperate. It's perhaps like "implore."
literally or metaphorically chained up
an illness. To be infirm is to be sick.
The nurse's office used to be called an
to speak, talk, or the talk itself
attire, clothing, costume
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