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Reading "The Crucible"
What is the Puritan belief that God ha…
What contract held that God promised A…
After Adam broke the Covenant of Works…
In 1692, children were not allowed to…
predestination
the Covenant of Works
Covenant of Grace
show emotion such as excitement, fear, and anger
What is the Puritan belief that God ha…
predestination
What contract held that God promised A…
the Covenant of Works
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The Crucible Reading Questions
What were the girls caught doing?
Where is Tituba from?
What happened to Abigail's parents?
What is Abigail's and John Proctor's h…
Dancing in the woods
Barbados
Killed by Native Americans
Abigail used to work for John and they had an affair
What were the girls caught doing?
Dancing in the woods
Where is Tituba from?
Barbados
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the crucible pre reading
what is the setting of the crucible?
were the puritans a tolerant society?
when did the witchcraft hysteria begin?
why were puritans forbidden to enter t…
salem massachusetts
No, they lived a strict lifestyle.
1692.
they thought the devil lived there and that it was an evil pl…
what is the setting of the crucible?
salem massachusetts
were the puritans a tolerant society?
No, they lived a strict lifestyle.
Crucible Reading Assignment 3 and 4
Condemnation
Fraud
Pallor
Perplexed
Severe reproof; strong censure
Deliberate deception for unfair or unlawful gains
Extreme paleness
Bewildered; puzzled; confused
Condemnation
Severe reproof; strong censure
Fraud
Deliberate deception for unfair or unlawful gains
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The Crucible critical reading
What is Betty's condition when the pla…
What do Abigail and the girls discuss…
Who is Reverend Hale? Why is he contac…
What was Abigail's prior relationship…
A) Betty won't speak, and is acting sickly. B) Abigail says t…
A) They plan out there story. B) It foreshadows that one of t…
A) Reverend Hale is a pastor from Beverly. B) He knows a lot…
A) Abigail had an affair with John Proctor. B) Abigail wants…
What is Betty's condition when the pla…
A) Betty won't speak, and is acting sickly. B) Abigail says t…
What do Abigail and the girls discuss…
A) They plan out there story. B) It foreshadows that one of t…
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Crucible Act III reading questions
As this act opens, what accusation doe…
What news do we learn about Rebecca Nu…
When John Proctor arrives at court wit…
What two pieces of evidence are brough…
He is reaching out for land. He is killing his neighbors to g…
She has been condemned to hand because she was found guilty o…
He has been accused of trying to overthrow the court.
He doesn't go to church and he plows on Sundays.
As this act opens, what accusation doe…
He is reaching out for land. He is killing his neighbors to g…
What news do we learn about Rebecca Nu…
She has been condemned to hand because she was found guilty o…
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The Crucible Reading Strategy
Allusion
Historical Context
Read a drama
Dramatic irony
a brief reference within a work to do something outside the w…
the key factors of life in the time period in which a literar…
instead of watching the action and staging, you read the stag…
contradiction between what a character thinks and what the au…
Allusion
a brief reference within a work to do something outside the w…
Historical Context
the key factors of life in the time period in which a literar…
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The Crucible Act II reading questions
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
Explain the metaphor of the "everlasti…
How is Abigail a "saint" in the procee…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
He means Elizabeth won't let go of what he did and won't forg…
No one knows about the affair with her and John Proctor and s…
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
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The Crucible Act IV reading questions
What explanation does Cheever give for…
What did Abigail do?
Parris says, "You cannot hang this sor…
Explain Danforth's reason that a pardo…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
Because Proctor, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Martha and others were u…
If he had pardoned the remaining accused, the people who had…
What explanation does Cheever give for…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
What did Abigail do?
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
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Reading Strategies & Vocab: The Crucible
Questioning the Character's Motives
Predilection
Ingratiating
Dissembling
their reasons for behaving as they do
preexisting preference
charming or flattering
disguising one's real nature or motives
Questioning the Character's Motives
their reasons for behaving as they do
Predilection
preexisting preference
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The Crucible Pre-Reading Vocab
dissemble
villany
paradox
hearty
to conceal the facts; to hide the truth.
awful, evil conduct.
a statement that seems opposed to common sense, or seems to c…
strong, healthy
dissemble
to conceal the facts; to hide the truth.
villany
awful, evil conduct.
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The Crucible Act 1 reading questions
As the play begins, why has Reverend P…
What advice does the doctor send back?
What does Reverend Parris question Abi…
What is Parris 'main concern?
His daughter Betty is "sick" - as if in a coma
That he can find no medical reason for her illness, and he sh…
If her name in the village is "white" - meaning, is her reput…
His reputation as a minister and material possessions.
As the play begins, why has Reverend P…
His daughter Betty is "sick" - as if in a coma
What advice does the doctor send back?
That he can find no medical reason for her illness, and he sh…
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The Crucible Reading Assignment 1&2
conjured
faction
abomination
inert
Summoned by oath or spell
small group, usually contentious, within a larger group
things that elicit great dislike or abhorrence
unable to move or act
conjured
Summoned by oath or spell
faction
small group, usually contentious, within a larger group
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The Crucible Pre reading
What is the setting of the crucible?
Were the puritans a tolerant society?
When did the witchcraft hysteria?
Why were puritans forbidden to enter t…
Salem, Massachusetts
NO, they lived a very strict lifestyle
1692
They thought the devil lived there and that it was an evil pl…
What is the setting of the crucible?
Salem, Massachusetts
Were the puritans a tolerant society?
NO, they lived a very strict lifestyle
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the crucible pre reading
what is the setting of the crucible?
were the puritans a toerant society
when did the witchcraft hysteria begin
why were puritans not aloud to enter t…
salem massachusetts
no they lived a strict life style
1692
its an evil place
what is the setting of the crucible?
salem massachusetts
were the puritans a toerant society
no they lived a strict life style
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The Crucible-Pre Reading
Who is the author of The Crucible?
What is the setting of The Crucible?
Why were Puritans forbidden to enter t…
What activities were NOT allowed on Su…
Arthur Miller
Salem, Massachusetts
They thought the devil lived there and that it was an evil pl…
work, play, sing, or dance
Who is the author of The Crucible?
Arthur Miller
What is the setting of The Crucible?
Salem, Massachusetts
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The Crucible Act 2 Close Reading Vocabulary
Reprimand
Base
Covet
Sublet
(v.) to scold; find fault with; (n.) a rebuke
Bitter
To desire something belonging to another
to rent to someone else a property that you rent from its owner
Reprimand
(v.) to scold; find fault with; (n.) a rebuke
Base
Bitter
The Crucible Reading Questions
What were the girls caught doing?
Where is Tituba from?
What happened to Abigail's parents?
What is Abigail's and John Proctor's h…
Dancing in the woods
Barbados
Killed by Native Americans
Abigail used to work for John and they had an affair
What were the girls caught doing?
Dancing in the woods
Where is Tituba from?
Barbados
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The Crucible - Reading Notes
What has happened to Betty and Ruth?
What are Abigail and Reverend Parris'…
What did Reverend Parris see the girls…
What is Parris afraid of that would be…
Betty and Ruth are both sick. Betty will not wake up and Ruth…
Betty is Reverend Parris' daughter and Abigail's cousin
Reverend Parris saw the girls dancing, chanting, and someone…
He believes there is a faction out to get him and is afraid t…
What has happened to Betty and Ruth?
Betty and Ruth are both sick. Betty will not wake up and Ruth…
What are Abigail and Reverend Parris'…
Betty is Reverend Parris' daughter and Abigail's cousin
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Crucible Pre-Reading
dissemble
villainy
paradox
hearty
to hide or conceal
evil conduct
a contradicting statement or situation
strong or healthy
dissemble
to hide or conceal
villainy
evil conduct
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The Crucible and Early Readings Vocab
Melancholy
Firmament
Blasphemy
Venerable
adjective or noun; sad; sad state
noun; the sky;heavens
noun; speaking against religion; unholy utterance
adjective; worthy of respect
Melancholy
adjective or noun; sad; sad state
Firmament
noun; the sky;heavens
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The crucible readings vocab
hysteria
hereditary
malign
vivisect
an uncontrollable outburst of emotion
passing from parent to offspring through genes
to speak harmful lies about
to dissect the living body
hysteria
an uncontrollable outburst of emotion
hereditary
passing from parent to offspring through genes
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The Crucible Readings Vocab
hysteria
hereditary
malign
vivisect
madness
inherited
to defame
to experiment on live animals
hysteria
madness
hereditary
inherited
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Vocabulary: The Crucible and Early Readings 2016
melancholy
firmament
blasphemy
venerable
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state... an air of melancholy; feel melanc…
(n.) the heavens or the sky... there's no star in the firmament
(n.) speaking against religion; unholy utterance... It is a blas…
(n.) worthy of respect... Venerable politician... he is a venerable…
melancholy
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state... an air of melancholy; feel melanc…
firmament
(n.) the heavens or the sky... there's no star in the firmament
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Vocabulary: The Crucible and Early Readings 2016
melancholy
firmament
blasphemy
venerable
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state... She felt a little melancholy beca…
(n.) the heavens or the sky... It is questionable whether or not…
(n.) speaking against religion; unholy utterance... It is a blas…
(n.) worthy of respect... He was a venerable leader since he oft…
melancholy
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state... She felt a little melancholy beca…
firmament
(n.) the heavens or the sky... It is questionable whether or not…
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Vocabulary: The Crucible and Early Readings 2016
melancholy
firmament
blasphemy
venerable
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state
(n.) the heavens or the sky
(n.) speaking against religion; unholy utterance
(n.) worthy of respect
melancholy
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state
firmament
(n.) the heavens or the sky
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The crucible pre-reading fill in the blank
Soviet Union= communism
republican senator of Wisconsin in 47-57
205, U.S. state department, communist
proved, accusation
Cold war- the enemy was-
Joseph McCarthy-
charged - working in the - of being-
accusations were made but never- when he was confronted he ma…
Soviet Union= communism
Cold war- the enemy was-
republican senator of Wisconsin in 47-57
Joseph McCarthy-
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Vocabulary for Reading Assignment 1 - the Crucible
conjured
abomination
inert
partisan
call spirits
something despised
Inactive; having little or no power to move
Devoted to or biased in support of a party, group, or cause
conjured
call spirits
abomination
something despised
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Act 1 The Crucible Reading Quiz
What is wrong with Betty Parris?
How does Tituba react to Betty's condi…
What news does Susanna bring from the…
What rumor is circulating about Betty?
She is sick, in a coma like state.
She is shocked and worried that Betty will die.
That he can find no medical reason for Betty's illness and su…
That she flew over the barn.
What is wrong with Betty Parris?
She is sick, in a coma like state.
How does Tituba react to Betty's condi…
She is shocked and worried that Betty will die.
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Act 1 The Crucible Reading Quiz
What is wrong with Betty Parris?
How does Tituba react to Betty's condi…
What news does Susanna bring from the…
What rumor is circulating about Betty?
She is sick, in a coma like state.
She is shocked and worried that Betty will die.
That he can find no medical reason for Betty's illness and su…
That she flew over the barn.
What is wrong with Betty Parris?
She is sick, in a coma like state.
How does Tituba react to Betty's condi…
She is shocked and worried that Betty will die.
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The Crucible Act 1 Reading Questions
As the play begins, why has Reverend P…
What advice does the doctor send back?
What does Reverend Parris question Abi…
What is Parris 'main concern?
His daughter Betty is "sick" - as if in a coma
That he can find no medical reason for her illness, and he sh…
If her name in the village is "white" - meaning, is her reput…
His reputation as a minister and material possessions.
As the play begins, why has Reverend P…
His daughter Betty is "sick" - as if in a coma
What advice does the doctor send back?
That he can find no medical reason for her illness, and he sh…
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The Crucible Act IV Reading Questions
What explanation does Cheever give for…
What did Abigail do?
Parris says, "You cannot hang this sor…
Explain Danforth's reason that a pardo…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
Because Proctor, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Martha and others were u…
If he had pardoned the remaining accused, the people who had…
What explanation does Cheever give for…
He thinks it is caused by the cows. In other words, the cows…
What did Abigail do?
Abigail stole money from Parris and disappeared, reportedly l…
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The Crucible Act II Reading Questions
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
Explain the metaphor of the "everlasti…
How is Abigail a "saint" in the procee…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
He means Elizabeth won't let go of what he did and won't forg…
No one knows about the affair with her and John Proctor and s…
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
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Vocabulary: The Crucible and Early Readings 2016
melancholy
firmament
blasphemy
venerable
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state
(n.) the heavens or the sky
(n.) speaking against religion; unholy utterance
(n.) worthy of respect
melancholy
(adj. or n.) sad; sad state
firmament
(n.) the heavens or the sky
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The Crucible Reading Guide Act Three (Events)
At this point, what, if anything could…
The action off-stage indicates that Ma…
What do Martha Corey's responses indic…
Jude Danforth to Francis Nurse: " I am…
If Abigail and the other girls came clean about what they did.
He's already convinced of her guilt and ignores her words com…
She finds the whole thing ridiculous and has no intention of…
Danforth thinks people are cut and dry, good or bad... (good per…
At this point, what, if anything could…
If Abigail and the other girls came clean about what they did.
The action off-stage indicates that Ma…
He's already convinced of her guilt and ignores her words com…
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The Crucible act 4 reading guide
1. What did Hale return to do?
2. Why are the hanging of Rebecca Nurs…
3. When Elizabeth Proctor is asked to…
4. Who was pressed to death for neithe…
Rev. Hale returned to Salem to pray with the people who are c…
rebecca Nurse and John Proctor are respectable people, not ou…
she says " i think that be the devil's argument" and then she…
giles
1. What did Hale return to do?
Rev. Hale returned to Salem to pray with the people who are c…
2. Why are the hanging of Rebecca Nurs…
rebecca Nurse and John Proctor are respectable people, not ou…
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The Crucible Act III Reading Questions
As this act opens, what accusation doe…
What news do we learn about Rebecca Nu…
When John Proctor arrives at court wit…
What two pieces of evidence are brough…
He is reaching out for land. He is killing his neighbors to g…
She has been condemned to hand because she was found guilty o…
He has been accused of trying to overthrow the court.
He doesn't go to church and he plows on Sundays.
As this act opens, what accusation doe…
He is reaching out for land. He is killing his neighbors to g…
What news do we learn about Rebecca Nu…
She has been condemned to hand because she was found guilty o…
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The Crucible Reading Guide Act Four(Events)
Explain the interaction b/w Sarah Good…
What are some of the indications that…
Why has Reverend Hale returned to Salem?
What does Parris hope for at this poin…
They are physically and emotionally spent.... They believe that…
-People are fighting over cows whose owners have been arreste…
He prays with those sentenced to hang. He wants them to confe…
He wants the prisoners to confess so the town will not have d…
Explain the interaction b/w Sarah Good…
They are physically and emotionally spent.... They believe that…
What are some of the indications that…
-People are fighting over cows whose owners have been arreste…
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The Crucible Reading Guide Act Two (Events)
Describe John and Elizabeth Proctor's…
Explain both the literal and figurativ…
Why can't (or won't) John Proctor go i…
Why is Mary Warren now so "spirited"?
Their relationship is very uncomfortable. They only make smal…
Their house lacks flowers, which would bring a sense of warmt…
He claims he would not be able to prove her lie. He is also a…
She's is excited about her new found power in the court.
Describe John and Elizabeth Proctor's…
Their relationship is very uncomfortable. They only make smal…
Explain both the literal and figurativ…
Their house lacks flowers, which would bring a sense of warmt…
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The Crucible Reading Guide: Act One (Events)
What does Abigail tell the Reverend Pa…
How does Parris try to convince Abigai…
Explain the following figure of speech…
Explain Abigail' response: "There be n…
She says they were just dancing.
He repeatedly emphasizes how people are against him and his m…
He is asking if she has a good reputation among the townspeop…
She insists that she has a good standing in the town, and she…
What does Abigail tell the Reverend Pa…
She says they were just dancing.
How does Parris try to convince Abigai…
He repeatedly emphasizes how people are against him and his m…
crucible reading vocab 3
condemnation
fraud
pallor
perplexed
...
...
...
...
condemnation
...
fraud
...
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Crucible Reading Vocab
Conjured
Faction
Abominations
Inert
Summoned by oath or spell
Small group, usually contentious, within a larger group.
Things that elicit great dislike or abhorrence
Unable to move or act
Conjured
Summoned by oath or spell
Faction
Small group, usually contentious, within a larger group.
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Crucible Pre Reading
alleghory
parable
motif
symbol
a story or poem in which characters, settings, and events for…
short story that teaches a moral about how to lead a good life
a repeated idea or theme in literature - subtle or obvious
character, place, thing, or event that has a meaning in itsel…
alleghory
a story or poem in which characters, settings, and events for…
parable
short story that teaches a moral about how to lead a good life
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Crucible reading words
Conjured
Faction
Abominations
Inert
Summoned by oath or spell
Small group, usually contentious, within a larger group
Things that elicit great dislike or abhorrence
Unable to move or act
Conjured
Summoned by oath or spell
Faction
Small group, usually contentious, within a larger group
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Crucible Pre-Reading Vocab
Poppet
heresy
heretic
conjuring
doll
blasphemy; belief or opinion that goes against the Christian…
someone acting/speaking against Christian teachings
make something appear as if by magic
Poppet
doll
heresy
blasphemy; belief or opinion that goes against the Christian…
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Pre-Reading Crucible Vocabulary
Symbolism
Allegory
Setting
Point of View
A device in literature where an object represents an idea.
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
The context in time and place in which the action of a story…
The perspective from which a story is told
Symbolism
A device in literature where an object represents an idea.
Allegory
A story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
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Crucible Reading Test
Salemites opinion on the forest...
Who is Rev. Parris?
Who is Tituba?
Who is Betty?
Eerie, evil, devillish
The reverend and father of Betty. he is selfish and greedy.
Rev. Parris's slave.
The daughter of Rev. Parris.
Salemites opinion on the forest...
Eerie, evil, devillish
Who is Rev. Parris?
The reverend and father of Betty. he is selfish and greedy.
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Crucible Reading Test
Salemites opinion on the forest...
Who is Rev. Parris?
Who is Tituba?
Who is Betty?
Eerie, evil, devillish
The reverend and father of Betty. he is selfish and greedy.
Rev. Parris's slave.
The daughter of Rev. Parris.
Salemites opinion on the forest...
Eerie, evil, devillish
Who is Rev. Parris?
The reverend and father of Betty. he is selfish and greedy.
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Reading; Glossary Terms, And Vocabulary Words For "The Crucible"
afflict
break charity
circle girls
compact with the devil
torment, frighten, or harm through supernatural means
to treat someone in an unloving way and break bonds with one
Betty Parris, Abigale Williams, and others
to make a formal agreement with Satan
afflict
torment, frighten, or harm through supernatural means
break charity
to treat someone in an unloving way and break bonds with one
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Crucible Pre-Read Vocab
Goody/Goodwife
Lechery
persecute
creed
a polite form address for women (Mrs. & Ms.)
excessive or offensive sexual desire; lustfulness
subject (someone) to hostility and ill treatment, especially…
system of christian or other religious beliefs; faith
Goody/Goodwife
a polite form address for women (Mrs. & Ms.)
Lechery
excessive or offensive sexual desire; lustfulness
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