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Macbeth Act 3 and 4 Vocab

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desolate
deserted; uninhabited; barren
virtuous
morally excellent; upright
avaricious
greedy; covetous
impediment
obstacle
hoodwink
to deceive or trick
integrity
soundness of moral and ethical principles
recoiled
to draw back
abjure
to give up on an oath
braggart
person who boasts
judicious
just and fair
laudable
praiseworthy
conjure
to produce using a spell
confound
to perplex or amaze; to destroy
resolute
set in purpose or opinion; determined
pernicious
ruinous; injurious; hurtful
wayward
straying from the correct path
wrathful
containing much wrath
destiny
fate; something that is bound to happen
pious
only seemingly virtuous
delinquent
offender; a person who doesn't follow the rules
tyrant
unjust ruler
malevolence
wishing harm upon others
ratify
sanction; to confirm
homage
anything given or done to show reverence
jovial
hearty, joyous humor
assailable
able to be attacked
jocund
cheerful
nonpareil
without equal
imposter
person who decieves
infirmity
a physical weakness or ailment
mirth
gaiety
tedious
repetitive
posterity
descendants of a person
verities
truths, such as a belief or idea
oracle
person who gives a prophecy
indissoluble
not able to be dissolved; perpetually binding
grave
serious; solemn
bestowed
give a position or gift; archaic: to house or store
dauntless
fearless
valor
courage
rebuked
checked; reproached
mendacious
false; lying
lassitude
feeling of weariness; languor; lack of energy
ruminate
to contemplate; ponder
nefarious
very wicked; evil