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Hamlet Act 4 Vocabulary
Terms in this set (46)
Struggle to overcome (a difficulty or danger)
Disagreement between people
Pack or store (an object) carefully and neatly in a particular place.
Extract (information) from various sources.
A person or thing that causes great trouble or suffering
Place, locate, position; stow away; dispose of
Assembly, gathering, parliament
Agreeing; according; concurring
Gold coin; European currency.
To have troops stationed somewhere
Hesitation or doubt
Troublesome; overly persistent in request or demand
To reject something disdainfully; scornful
To weep over
To put on (an article of clothing)
A large number of persons or things
to accuse or charge in general; to criticize adversely; censure
unnecessary or needless
ancient times; former ages
not stained; not soiled or blackened; clean
limit or qualify (something) by conditions or exceptions.
very angry; enraged
a moveable frame on which a coffin or a corpse is placed before burial or cremation or on which it is carried to the grave.
Bitterly regret (something one has done or allowed to happen)
Cuckoldry (an unfaithful wife)
A grip or close hold in wrestling or hand to hand fighting.
The discharge of a debt or obligation
A decorative ribbon
A distinctive attire worn by an official, a member of a company, or a guild
A brave, noble-minded, or chivalrous man.
Made one with; incorporated into
Having half the nature of another
A thin, light sharp-pointed sword used for thrusting
better or greater than usual; special; belonging chiefly to one person.
to put poison on or into; make poisonous; infuse with hostility or bitterness.
the ending or lessening of something
lacking care or attention to duty; negligence
to read thoroughly
Make an appropriate return to; a response
A medical ointment
examine in order to assess its nature
short period of intense activity of a specified kind (madness in this example)
pleased or willing under the circumstances
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