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Macbeth: Act V Vocabulary

Macbeth Act 4 and 5 Vocabulary for Gado English at Hanover High School. Make sure you know the words now only, definition to terms but terms to definition as well. There is also an Act 4 set and an Act 5 set on quizlet. You can start with the Act 4 set then the Act 5 set then lastly this set, Act 4 AND 5.
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conjure
(v) make (something) appear unexpectedly or seemingly from nowhere as if by magic
transpose
(v.) swap, switch
perturbation
(n.) disturbance or agitation, anxiety
guise
(n) style of dress
an external form, appearance, or manner of presentation, typically concealing the true nature of something.
distemper
(v) make insane; an abnormal state that disrupts a plant's or animal's normal bodily functioning

(n) political disorder. (archaic)
censure
(n) express severe disapproval of something/someone
arbitrate
(v) to determine
(v) (of an independent person or body) reach an authoritative judgment or settlement.
speculation
(adj) theoretical
abhorred
(v) regard with contempt and disgust
rendered
(v) provide or give; performed
cause to be or become; make.