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11 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
portentous
invulnerable
malicious
filial
Ominous
(adj.) not able to be wounded or hurt; shielded against attack
Purposely hurtful
Having to do with a son
portentous
Ominous
invulnerable
(adj.) not able to be wounded or hurt; shielded against attack
10 terms
Hamlet Vocabulary Act 1
apparition
assail
beguile
Discretion
A supernatural appearance of a person or a thing
to attack vigorously or violently; assault
to influence by trickery, flattery
the power or right to decide or act according to one's own ju…
apparition
A supernatural appearance of a person or a thing
assail
to attack vigorously or violently; assault
19 terms
Hamlet Act 1 - Vocabulary
Monologue
Soliloquy
Apparition
Unfold
a speech delivered by one person; from the Greek words monos…
a device often used in drama when a character speaks to himse…
A supernatural appearance of a person or thing, especially a…
Reveal or display
Monologue
a speech delivered by one person; from the Greek words monos…
Soliloquy
a device often used in drama when a character speaks to himse…
29 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
usurp
portentous
harbinger
partisan
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
(adj.) of momentous or ominous significance
(n.) something indicating the approach of something or someone.
(n.) a pike with a long tapering blade with lateral projections
usurp
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
portentous
(adj.) of momentous or ominous significance
20 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
entreat
fortified
illume
usurp
to beg, to ask
shielded, secured, protected
to brighten, to lighten
to seize, confiscate
entreat
to beg, to ask
fortified
shielded, secured, protected
20 terms
Hamlet Act 1 vocabulary
usurp
mettle
compulsatory
harbinger
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
(n.) courage; strength of character
(adj.) operating with force; compelling; forcing
(n.) a person or thing that signals or foreshadows what is to…
usurp
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
mettle
(n.) courage; strength of character
12 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
Kin
Filial
Vow
Apparition
Family
Having to do with child/parent relationship
A promise
A ghost
Kin
Family
Filial
Having to do with child/parent relationship
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Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
Grief
Mourning
Woe
Wicked
Deep Sadness
Lamentation
Deep distress or misery
...
Grief
Deep Sadness
Mourning
Lamentation
20 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
impious
jocund
dexterity
truncheon
lacking piety or reverence for a god
full of or showing high-spirited merriment
skill, adroitness
a short stout club used primarily by policemen
impious
lacking piety or reverence for a god
jocund
full of or showing high-spirited merriment
30 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
usurp
moiety
portentous
harbinger
seize and take control without authority
one of two basic subdivisions of a tribe
of momentous or ominous significance
something indicating the approach of something or someone
usurp
seize and take control without authority
moiety
one of two basic subdivisions of a tribe
21 terms
Hamlet Act 1 vocabulary
assail
usurp
brazen
emulate
v. Attack violently, assault
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
adj. Bold and without shame
v. to copy; to try to equal or excel
assail
v. Attack violently, assault
usurp
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
10 terms
Act 1 Vocabulary for "Hamlet"
Usurp
Moiety
Portentous
Harbinger
(v.): Seize and take control without authority... Synonym: Annex…
(n.): One of two basic subdivisions of a tribe... Synonym: Part…
(adj.): Of momentous or ominous significance... Synonym: Excitin…
(n.): Something indicating the approach of something or someo…
Usurp
(v.): Seize and take control without authority... Synonym: Annex…
Moiety
(n.): One of two basic subdivisions of a tribe... Synonym: Part…
15 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
Kin
Mirth
Dirge
Filial
Family
Happiness
Funeral song
Having to do with child/parent relationship
Kin
Family
Mirth
Happiness
10 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
portentous
invulnerable
malicious
vow
(adj.) - foreboding or foreshadowing evil, ominous
(adj.) not able to be wounded or hurt; shielded against attack
(adj.) Purposely hurtful
(noun) A solemn or sacred promise
portentous
(adj.) - foreboding or foreshadowing evil, ominous
invulnerable
(adj.) not able to be wounded or hurt; shielded against attack
30 terms
Hamlet: Act 1 Vocabulary
usurp
moiety
portentous
harbinger
seize and take control without authority
one of the two basic subdivisions of a tribe
of momentous or ominous significance
something indicating the approach of something or someone
usurp
seize and take control without authority
moiety
one of the two basic subdivisions of a tribe
13 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
Grief
Mourning
Woe
Wicked
Deep Sadness
...
...
...
Grief
Deep Sadness
Mourning
...
60 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
entreated
avouch
mettle
portentous
ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something
affirm; asset
spirit; fortitude
ominous; warning
entreated
ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something
avouch
affirm; asset
19 terms
Hamlet: Act 1 Vocabulary
portentous
harbinger
auspicious
filial
of momentous or ominous significance
something indicating the approach of something or someone
arguing favorable circumstances and good luck
relating to respect for family
portentous
of momentous or ominous significance
harbinger
something indicating the approach of something or someone
13 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
Grief
Mourning
Woe
Wicked
Deep Sadness
sadness over the death of a loved one
...
...
Grief
Deep Sadness
Mourning
sadness over the death of a loved one
28 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
liegemen
apparition
assail
harrows
a vassal; subject
a ghost
Attack violently, assault
an implement consisting of a heavy frame set with teeth or ti…
liegemen
a vassal; subject
apparition
a ghost
15 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
convoy
wax
circumscribed
importunity
to accompany or escort, usually for protection
to increase in extent, quantity, intensity, power, etc.
bounded by a line; limited or confined.
the state or quality of being persistent
convoy
to accompany or escort, usually for protection
wax
to increase in extent, quantity, intensity, power, etc.
47 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
liegeman
apparition
assail
harrow
— n , pl -men... 1. (formerly) the subject of a sovereign or feu…
a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual appearance
launch an attack or assault on
to disturb keenly or painfully; distress the mind, feelings,…
liegeman
— n , pl -men... 1. (formerly) the subject of a sovereign or feu…
apparition
a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual appearance
10 terms
Act 1 Vocabulary Hamlet
And let us once again ____ your ears.:…
Well may it sort that this _____ figur…
If thou art ___ to thy country's fate:…
For it is, as the air, _____; that can…
assail
portentous
privy
invulnerable
And let us once again ____ your ears.:…
assail
Well may it sort that this _____ figur…
portentous
30 terms
Hamlet Vocabulary Act 1
usurp
moiety
portentous
harbinger
(V) to take over; to seize or use something without authority…
(n) half of something or an equal portion of ... ⚫ A moiety of o…
(adj) ominous or threatening... ⚫ When I was a little girl, I wo…
(n) Something indicating the approach of something or someone…
usurp
(V) to take over; to seize or use something without authority…
moiety
(n) half of something or an equal portion of ... ⚫ A moiety of o…
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Hamlet Act 1 part II Vocabulary
dexterity
countenance
perchance
besmirch
skill, adroitness
Appearance, facial expression
perhaps; possibly
charge falsely or with malicious intent
dexterity
skill, adroitness
countenance
Appearance, facial expression
10 terms
Hamlet Vocabulary Act 1
Entreat
Harbinger
Malicious
impart
beg
something which comes before, announcing what is to come
ill-willed
tell
Entreat
beg
Harbinger
something which comes before, announcing what is to come
30 terms
Hamlet Vocabulary, Act 1
Usurp
Moiety
Portentous
Harbinger
to seize and take control without authority
one of two basic subdivisions of a tribe
of momentous or ominous significance
something indicating the approach of something or someone
Usurp
to seize and take control without authority
Moiety
one of two basic subdivisions of a tribe
17 terms
Act 1 Hamlet Vocabulary
assail
portentous
tenantless
harbinger
(v) attack repeatedly
(adj) ominous
(adj) not occupied
(n) forerunner
assail
(v) attack repeatedly
portentous
(adj) ominous
9 terms
Hamlet-Act 1 vocabulary
rivals
apparition
mark
portentous
partners
ghost
remember
unknown danger (adj.)
rivals
partners
apparition
ghost
17 terms
Hamlet Vocabulary Act 1
assail
portentous
tenantless
harbinger
(v.) attack repeatedly
(adj.) ominous
(adj.) not occupied
(n.) forerunner
assail
(v.) attack repeatedly
portentous
(adj.) ominous
29 terms
Hamlet Act 1 quotes
"Our sometime sister, now our Queen"
"A little more than kin, and less than…
"Seems, madam! Nay, it is; I know not…
"O, that this too too solid flesh woul…
Claudius in beginning speech
Hamlet in aside while with Claudius
Hamlet to Gertrude
Hamlet in his soliloquy about suicide
"Our sometime sister, now our Queen"
Claudius in beginning speech
"A little more than kin, and less than…
Hamlet in aside while with Claudius
Hamlet Act 1 Quiz
Horatio
Bernardo, Marcellus, Fransisco
"Therefore our sometime sister, now ou…
Polonius
Hamlet's best friend who is a student and attends Wittenberg
guards of Denmark who are all afraid because they keep seeing…
Claudius acknowledging that he married his dead brother's wife
Aide to King Claudius
Horatio
Hamlet's best friend who is a student and attends Wittenberg
Bernardo, Marcellus, Fransisco
guards of Denmark who are all afraid because they keep seeing…
30 terms
Hamlet Act 1
antic
pernicious
enmity
adulterate
ludicrously odd
exceedingly harmful
a state of deep-seated ill-will
mix with impurities
antic
ludicrously odd
pernicious
exceedingly harmful
19 terms
Hamlet Act 1
Monologue
Soliloquy
Apparition
Unfold
a speech delivered by one person; from the Greek words monos…
a device often used in drama when a character speaks to himse…
A supernatural appearance of a person or thing, especially a…
Reveal or display
Monologue
a speech delivered by one person; from the Greek words monos…
Soliloquy
a device often used in drama when a character speaks to himse…
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
Entreated
Assail
Usurp
Avouch
To beg, to ask
To attack
To seize; to confiscate
To confirm; to guarantee
Entreated
To beg, to ask
Assail
To attack
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Hamlet Act 1 vocabulary
Ambiguous
Assail
Auspicious
Contive
Unclear; uncertain
Attacks with blows or words
Well-timed; favorable; future success is likely
Invent; design; plan
Ambiguous
Unclear; uncertain
Assail
Attacks with blows or words
20 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
apparition (n)
emulate (v)
moiety (n)
mote (n)
a ghost or ghost-like image of a person
match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imit…
each of two parts in which a thing is or can be divided
a tiny piece of substance
apparition (n)
a ghost or ghost-like image of a person
emulate (v)
match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imit…
10 terms
Hamlet Act 1 vocabulary
emulate
harrow
shark
tenable
ambitious, rivalrous
to cause extreme distress of mind or emotions
to prey upon; to gather together for gail
capable of being held or retained
emulate
ambitious, rivalrous
harrow
to cause extreme distress of mind or emotions
8 terms
Hamlet vocabulary act 1
Liegemen
Userpest
Martial
Forfeit
A vasal who owes federal service or allegiance to a nobleman…
To sieze or hold by force or without legal right
Of or suitable for war
To lose... A fine ... Penalty
Liegemen
A vasal who owes federal service or allegiance to a nobleman…
Userpest
To sieze or hold by force or without legal right
40 terms
Hamlet Vocabulary Act 1
avouch
usurp
felicity
cudgel
assert
seize unfairly
happiness
heavy club
avouch
assert
usurp
seize unfairly
20 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
entreat
fortified
illume
usurp
to beg, to ask
shielded, secured, protected
to brighten, to lighten
to seize, confiscate
entreat
to beg, to ask
fortified
shielded, secured, protected
10 terms
Hamlet act 1 vocabulary
Abhorred
Amity
Commend
Credent
Detested dislike
Friendly relationship between nations
Praise
Believing or willing to believe
Abhorred
Detested dislike
Amity
Friendly relationship between nations
13 terms
Vocabulary Act 1 Hamlet
Entreated
Apparition
Assail
Fortified
ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something... Marcellus…
a ghost or ghostlike image of a person... Marcellus: "That if a…
make a concerted or violent attack on... Barnardo: "Sit down a…
strengthen (a place) with defensive works so as to protect it…
Entreated
ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something... Marcellus…
Apparition
a ghost or ghostlike image of a person... Marcellus: "That if a…
13 terms
Hamlet Vocabulary Act 1
Chimera
Enigma
Bereaved
Despondent
Illusion
Mystery
Deprived
Extremely depressed
Chimera
Illusion
Enigma
Mystery
13 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
entreat
apparition
assail
harrow
to beg
a ghost
to attack
to disturb or distress
entreat
to beg
apparition
a ghost
10 terms
Hamlet act 1 vocabulary
Usurp
Portentous
Harbinger
Partisan
take (a position of power or importance) illegally or by force
Badly significant
a person or thing that announces or signals the approach of a…
type of polearm that was used in Europe in the Middle Ages. I…
Usurp
take (a position of power or importance) illegally or by force
Portentous
Badly significant
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
Usurp
Smite (v.)
Valiant (adj.)
Extort (v.)
Take illegally or by force
Literary strike with a firm blow; archaic defeat or conquer
Possessing or showing courage
Obtain something by force, threats or other unfair means
Usurp
Take illegally or by force
Smite (v.)
Literary strike with a firm blow; archaic defeat or conquer
20 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
liegeman
apparition
assail
harrow
— n , pl -men... 1. (formerly) the subject of a sovereign or feu…
a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual appearance
launch an attack or assault on
to disturb keenly or painfully; distress the mind, feelings,…
liegeman
— n , pl -men... 1. (formerly) the subject of a sovereign or feu…
apparition
a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual appearance
10 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
emulate
harrow
shark
tenable
ambitious, rivalrous
to cause extreme distress of mind or emotions
to prey upon; to gather together for gain
capable of being held or retained
emulate
ambitious, rivalrous
harrow
to cause extreme distress of mind or emotions
15 terms
Hamlet Act 1 Vocabulary
usurp
portentous
harbinger
auspicious
v. assume, misappropriate
adj. ominous, threatening, full of foreboding
n. forerunner, precursor
adj. smiling, cheerful, favoring sucess
usurp
v. assume, misappropriate
portentous
adj. ominous, threatening, full of foreboding
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