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English 10 - Macbeth
shakespeare's birth/death dates
wrote when
wrote macbeth when
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1564-1616
late 16th to early 17th centuries
1606
witches predict macbeth will be thane of cawdor and king, als…
shakespeare's birth/death dates
1564-1616
wrote when
late 16th to early 17th centuries
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Macbeth--English 10
Minion
Harbinger
Valiant
Compunctious
n. 奴才; servile follower
n. 前兆; 预告者
adj. 英勇的; bold
adj. 懊悔的; 内疚的; regretful; remorseful
Minion
n. 奴才; servile follower
Harbinger
n. 前兆; 预告者
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English 10 Vocabulary for Macbeth
Appall
Augment
Brandish
Compunctious
V. Greatly dismay or horrify.
V. make (something) greater by adding to it; increase.
V. wave or flourish (something, especially a weapon) as a thr…
Adj. A feeling of guilt or moral scruple that follows the doi…
Appall
V. Greatly dismay or horrify.
Augment
V. make (something) greater by adding to it; increase.
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English 10 Macbeth Quotes
"For brave MAcbeth...Like valour's min…
"...what seemed corporal melted,/as br…
"...why / Upon this blasted heath [do]…
"Whiles I stood rapt in the wonder of…
Said by the dying captain to Duncan
MAcbeth said this to Banquo after the weird sisters vanished
Said by Macbeth to the Weird sisters after their prophecy
Lady MAcbeth, reading the letter sent to her by Macbeth.
"For brave MAcbeth...Like valour's min…
Said by the dying captain to Duncan
"...what seemed corporal melted,/as br…
MAcbeth said this to Banquo after the weird sisters vanished
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Macbeth Honors English 10
Fair is foul, and foul is fair, Hover…
what do the witches predict for Macbet…
To find the mind's construction in the…
Yet do I fear thy nature; it is too fu…
3 witches
Macbeth will be Thane of Cawdor and king... Banquo's sons will b…
Duncan
Lady Macbeth
Fair is foul, and foul is fair, Hover…
3 witches
what do the witches predict for Macbet…
Macbeth will be Thane of Cawdor and king... Banquo's sons will b…
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English 10 Macbeth Test
Shakespeare's dates
Where was Shakespeare born?
What type of play is Macbeth?
What is antithesis?
1564-1616
Stratford-on-Avon
tragedy
two contradicting ideas put together (when the battle's lost…
Shakespeare's dates
1564-1616
Where was Shakespeare born?
Stratford-on-Avon
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English 10 Macbeth Characters
Apparitions
Banquo
Doctor
Duncan
-Things Macbeth sees throughout the play... -Banquo's ghost... -A k…
-Macbeth's friend... -The Weird Sisters claim that his children…
-Called in by Lady Macbeth's gentlewoman to watch her sleepwa…
-The king of Scotland... -Names Macbeth Thane of Cawdor... -Macbeth…
Apparitions
-Things Macbeth sees throughout the play... -Banquo's ghost... -A k…
Banquo
-Macbeth's friend... -The Weird Sisters claim that his children…
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English Macbeth yr 10
Domestic
Disorder
Anti-hero
Classical
A drama set in a household
A state of lawlessness
A character who doesn't fit the normal model of a hero
Play from Ancient Greece or Rome
Domestic
A drama set in a household
Disorder
A state of lawlessness
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English 10 Vocab Macbeth
Adage
Bestow
Brandish
Conjure
n. a proverb or short statement expressing a general truth... s…
v. to confer or present (an honor, right, or gift)... synonyms:…
v. to wave or flourish (something, esp. a weapon) as a threat…
v. to make (something) appear unexpectedly or seemingly as if…
Adage
n. a proverb or short statement expressing a general truth... s…
Bestow
v. to confer or present (an honor, right, or gift)... synonyms:…
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english 10 vocab macbeth
dire
deign
rapt
surmise
characterized by severe,serious
do something that is in great favor
completely engrossed
to infer ... and idea or opinion
dire
characterized by severe,serious
deign
do something that is in great favor
English 10: Macbeth
Paradox
Example of a Paradox
They're cousins
Shakespeare
A statement that seems impossible, but after further examinat…
Lost and won; fair is foul and foul is fair
How is Macbeth and King Duncan related?
-Born around 1564... -Married Anne Hathaway and had 3 children... -…
Paradox
A statement that seems impossible, but after further examinat…
Example of a Paradox
Lost and won; fair is foul and foul is fair
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Macbeth year 10 English
conscience
person
their
there
is judgment that assists in distinguishing right from wrong.
human being regarded as an individual.
belonging to or associated with the people or things previous…
used in attracting someone's attention or calling attention t…
conscience
is judgment that assists in distinguishing right from wrong.
person
human being regarded as an individual.
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English 10 Macbeth vocab
Antidote
Blanch
credulous
desolate
Substance that brings remedy to poison
to become pale suddenly
Gullible or easily convinced
Empty , bare or deserted
Antidote
Substance that brings remedy to poison
Blanch
to become pale suddenly
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Macbeth English 10 enriched
Thrice
Hurlyburly
Unseamed him from the knave to the chops
Thane
Three times
Battle, chaos
Cut him open from navel to his jaw
A title of nobility given to the Scottish feudal lords
Thrice
Three times
Hurlyburly
Battle, chaos
English 10 Macbeth Vocab
Iambic Pentameter
Sonnet
Rhyming Couplet
Aside
A ten syllable poetic line consisting of alternating unstress…
A 14 line poem written in Iambic pentameter made up of quatra…
Two consecutive lines which rhyme, used for emphasis
A brief remark made by a character in a play which is meant t…
Iambic Pentameter
A ten syllable poetic line consisting of alternating unstress…
Sonnet
A 14 line poem written in Iambic pentameter made up of quatra…
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English 10 - Macbeth Quotes
Ambition a1
Ambition a2
Deception a1
Deception a2
but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself. ... (Macbeth…
I will not be afraid of death and bane. Till Birnam Forest co…
He was a gentlemen on whom I build, an Absolute trust. ... (Dunc…
Well then, now, Have you considered of my speeches. Know that…
Ambition a1
but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself. ... (Macbeth…
Ambition a2
I will not be afraid of death and bane. Till Birnam Forest co…
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Macbeth English 10 vocab
Largess
Cleave
Augment
Repose
Large gift
Stick to something
Make larger
Rest
Largess
Large gift
Cleave
Stick to something
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English 10 Macbeth WOW
Quandary
Scrutinize
Ubiquitous
Relinquish
State of perplexity or doubt; a difficult or uncertain situat…
To look very carefully; to examine
Existing or being everywhere at the same time; constantly enc…
To give up doing, professing, or intending; to surrender, giv…
Quandary
State of perplexity or doubt; a difficult or uncertain situat…
Scrutinize
To look very carefully; to examine
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English 10 Macbeth Vocab
Plight
Sooth
Flout
Disbursed
Unfavorable situation N
Truth N
To scorn or mock V
To pay out money V
Plight
Unfavorable situation N
Sooth
Truth N
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English 10 Macbeth 1
Plight
Valor
Chastise
Dire
Noun dangerous situation, ... predicament ... Advantage
Noun Bravery in a dangerous situation... Courage... Cowardice
verb to rebuke severely... scold... praise
Adjective urgent... alarming... calm
Plight
Noun dangerous situation, ... predicament ... Advantage
Valor
Noun Bravery in a dangerous situation... Courage... Cowardice
English 10 Vocab Macbeth
antidote
blanch
credulous
desolate
substance that brings remedy to poison
to become pale suddenly
gullible or easily convinced
empty, bare, deserted
antidote
substance that brings remedy to poison
blanch
to become pale suddenly
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English 10 macbeth
Beowulfs second battle was with
Setting of Beowulf
Loyal supporter of beowulfs last fight
Beowulfs homeland
Grendels mother
Denmark 750 a.d
Wiglaf
Geatland
Beowulfs second battle was with
Grendels mother
Setting of Beowulf
Denmark 750 a.d
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English 10: Macbeth Vocabulary
plight (n)
Beguile(v)
chastise (v)
cleave (v)
a dangerous or difficult situation; a predicament
to charm in a deceptive way
to reprimand and scold
1) to split or sever... 2) to cling to/ to stick to
plight (n)
a dangerous or difficult situation; a predicament
Beguile(v)
to charm in a deceptive way
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English 10 - Macbeth
Compunction
Cleave
Corporal
Flout
a) Feeling of guilt or regret ... b) Anxiety arising from awaren…
a) To split or divide as if by a cutting blow ... b) To penetrat…
a) Of the human body; bodily; physical ... b) Personal "corporal…
a) To treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt; scoff and mock…
Compunction
a) Feeling of guilt or regret ... b) Anxiety arising from awaren…
Cleave
a) To split or divide as if by a cutting blow ... b) To penetrat…
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English 10' vocabulary' Macbeth
antagonist
protagonist
dynamic character
round character
the person, idea, force to try to fight with the protagonist
the center/ main focus of the story
a character that undergoes an important change
description of a character with rough detail to render them f…
antagonist
the person, idea, force to try to fight with the protagonist
protagonist
the center/ main focus of the story
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10 English - Macbeth Quotes
"When you durst it, then you were a ma…
"As the weird women promised, and I fe…
"We have scorched the snake... not kil…
"The Thane of Fife had a wife. Where i…
Lady Macbeth, Act 1 Scene 7
Banquo, Act 3 Scene 1
Macbeth, Act 3 Scene 2
Lady Macbeth, Act 5 Scene 1
"When you durst it, then you were a ma…
Lady Macbeth, Act 1 Scene 7
"As the weird women promised, and I fe…
Banquo, Act 3 Scene 1
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english 10 macbeth test
Armored head
Bloody child
A child crowned with a tree in its hand
Show of 8 kings, The last one holding…
Beware Macduff
None of woman born should harm Macbeth
Macbeth will not be vanquished until birnam wood marches to D…
no prophesy
Armored head
Beware Macduff
Bloody child
None of woman born should harm Macbeth
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English 10 Macbeth Test
William Shakespeare's years...
What are the names of Shakespeare's ch…
What other form of literature did Shak…
Shakespeare was born and buried in...
1564-1616
Hamnet, Susanna, and Judith
poems
Stratford-upon-Avon
William Shakespeare's years...
1564-1616
What are the names of Shakespeare's ch…
Hamnet, Susanna, and Judith
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English 10 Review Macbeth
Overview
Atmosphere
Act One, Scene one: witches on the hea…
Macbeth on the heath, I.3... [Aside] Two…
Acts One and Two: One Day and Night....... I.i-iv: Witches; afte…
Relation between inner and outer worlds?... What inspires though…
CHIASMUS = ABBA structure... The distribution of energy and focu…
Inner sources of action... desire... ambition... thought... "horrible ima…
Overview
Acts One and Two: One Day and Night....... I.i-iv: Witches; afte…
Atmosphere
Relation between inner and outer worlds?... What inspires though…
25 terms
English 10 Macbeth Test
Shakespeare's dates
Where was Shakespeare born?
What type of play is Macbeth?
What is antithesis?
1564-1616
Stratford-on-Avon
tragedy
two contradicting ideas put together (when the battle's lost…
Shakespeare's dates
1564-1616
Where was Shakespeare born?
Stratford-on-Avon
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English 10: Semestre Exam- MACBETH
allusion
anagnorisis
anaphora
antithesis
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
Recognition of truth about one's self and his actions; moment…
A rhetorical figure of repetition in which the same word or p…
A balancing of two opposite or contrasting words, phrases, or…
allusion
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
anagnorisis
Recognition of truth about one's self and his actions; moment…
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Ellis English 10 Macbeth Exam
Macbeth published year
Year play actually happened
Size of theater
New Monarch Ascended throne after Quee…
1603-1600
1000 CE/ 11th Century
2,000 people
James VI of Scotland ... James I of England
Macbeth published year
1603-1600
Year play actually happened
1000 CE/ 11th Century
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English 10 Macbeth Vocabulary I
plight
valor
lavish
allegiance
synonym- predicament... antonym- none
synonym- courage... antonym- cowardice
synonym- sumptuous... antonym- meager
synonym- loyalty... antonym- treachery
plight
synonym- predicament... antonym- none
valor
synonym- courage... antonym- cowardice
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English 10 Macbeth Vocabulary II
credulous (adj)
pernicious (adj)
avarice (n)
sundry (adj)
gullible, suspicious (The credulous man looked down when I to…
harmful, beneficial (The toxic waste made the situation very…
greed, generosity (When the man refused to give up his gold,…
miscellaneous, uniform (When i took apart the watch I was ver…
credulous (adj)
gullible, suspicious (The credulous man looked down when I to…
pernicious (adj)
harmful, beneficial (The toxic waste made the situation very…
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English 10 Macbeth Vocab (Lin)
plight (n)
beguile (v)
chastise (v)
cleave (v)
a dangerous or difficult situation; a predicament
to charm in a deceptive way
to reprimand and scold
(1) to split or sever... (2) to cling to
plight (n)
a dangerous or difficult situation; a predicament
beguile (v)
to charm in a deceptive way
20 terms
English 10 Vocabulary (Macbeth 2)
Cloister
Consort
Equivocation
Fantastical
a place devoted to religious seclusion
to join
an ambiguous expression
imaginary
Cloister
a place devoted to religious seclusion
Consort
to join
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Macbeth Vocabulary English 10 Honors
Brandish
Surmise
Fastidious
Missives
(v) to wave something in the air in a threatening way
(v) to guess something without having much proof
(adj) giving too much attention to detail; having strong disl…
(n) an official, formal, long letter
Brandish
(v) to wave something in the air in a threatening way
Surmise
(v) to guess something without having much proof
Macbeth Vocabulary, For PHS English 10
plight
disdain
impede
beguile
an unfortunate or difficult situation
to regard with contempt
to hinder, to obstruct progress
to mislead
plight
an unfortunate or difficult situation
disdain
to regard with contempt
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English 10- The Tragedy of Macbeth Vocab
Paradox
Distain
Valor
Minion
A statement of proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
Intense dislike; to treat with scorn or contempt, to reject a…
Heroic courage; bravery
An assistant; a servant; a favored person
Paradox
A statement of proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
Distain
Intense dislike; to treat with scorn or contempt, to reject a…
20 terms
English10 Semester Exam (MACBETH)
(act1) what three predictions do the w…
(act1) How does banquo react to the pr…
(act1) What is the "Double trust" that…
(act1) When we are first introduced to…
-banquo will be lesser and greater... -banquo will be happier an…
first he didn't care, then he thought that they were crazy an…
Macbeth is his kingsman, so he should try to protect him, als…
that Macbeth is to nice to kill Duncan, that go through with…
(act1) what three predictions do the w…
-banquo will be lesser and greater... -banquo will be happier an…
(act1) How does banquo react to the pr…
first he didn't care, then he thought that they were crazy an…
10 terms
English 10 SC Macbeth Vocabulary, Part 3
fitful
glimmer
Gracious
Hemmed in
restless
A faint light or idea
Very polite, respectful, kind
Surrounded, trapped
fitful
restless
glimmer
A faint light or idea
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English 10 Macbeth Vocab II
cloister
consort
equivocation
fantastical
n. place devoted to religious seclusion; life in a monastery;…
v. to associate or keep company; to agree; to join
n. an ambiguous expression, designed to mislead
adj. Based on or existing only in fantasy; unreal
cloister
n. place devoted to religious seclusion; life in a monastery;…
consort
v. to associate or keep company; to agree; to join
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English 10 Macbeth Vocab I
adage
bestow
brandish
conjure
n. a proverb or short statement expressing a general truth... s…
v. to confer or present (an honor, right, or gift)... synonyms:…
v. to wave or flourish (something, esp. a weapon) as a threat…
v. to make (something) appear unexpectedly or seemingly as if…
adage
n. a proverb or short statement expressing a general truth... s…
bestow
v. to confer or present (an honor, right, or gift)... synonyms:…
10 terms
English Vocab Macbeth 10 terms
Commendations
Disburse
Disdain
Flout
(n) recommendation; praise ... Sentence: Even in the best, most…
(v) to pay out money, especially for expenses ... sentence: The…
(v) to look upon or treat with contempt, despise, scorn, sent…
(v) to treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt; scoff at; mock…
Commendations
(n) recommendation; praise ... Sentence: Even in the best, most…
Disburse
(v) to pay out money, especially for expenses ... sentence: The…
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English 10 Macbeth Vocabulary I
Valiant
Meek
Pernicious
Compunctious
very brave and courageous
gentle and quiet
causing harm or injury in a subtle way
anxiety from guilt
Valiant
very brave and courageous
Meek
gentle and quiet
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Macbeth Terms English 10 Honors
rhyme
meter
iambic pentameter
split/shared line
Two or more words sharing a same end sound, often seen in the…
A regular pattern in a line or lines of poetry, with perhaps…
A common form of meter in poetry, used most notably by Shakes…
A device in Shakespearean theater where two or more character…
rhyme
Two or more words sharing a same end sound, often seen in the…
meter
A regular pattern in a line or lines of poetry, with perhaps…
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English Macbeth vocab 1-10
Chastise
Dwindle
Lavish
Prophetic
To punish or severely criticize
To make or become less until little remains
Extravagant; to give in abundance
Speaking or predicting as if by divine intervention
Chastise
To punish or severely criticize
Dwindle
To make or become less until little remains
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H. English 10: Macbeth Vocabulary
furbished
prophetic
sovereign
metaphysical
(adj.) brightened, polished, renovated
(adj.) having the power to predict or foreshadow
(adj.) supreme in power, rank, or authority
(adj.) based on speculative, theoretical, or abstract reasoning
furbished
(adj.) brightened, polished, renovated
prophetic
(adj.) having the power to predict or foreshadow
30 terms
English 10 Honors Macbeth Vocab
Creosote
Pigeonhole
Ornery
Coiled
An oil made from tar or a bush
To categorize in a restricting way
Grouchy, wants to fight, stubborn
Wound up
Creosote
An oil made from tar or a bush
Pigeonhole
To categorize in a restricting way
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Honors English 10 Macbeth Vocabulary
furbished
prophetic
sovereign
metaphysical
brightened, polished, renovated
having the power to predict or foreshadow
supreme in power, rank, or authority
based on speculative, theoretical, or abstract reasoning
furbished
brightened, polished, renovated
prophetic
having the power to predict or foreshadow
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