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10 terms
Othello 5
dire
extenuate
impediments
malignant
(of a situation or event) extremely serious or urgent
make (guilt or an offense) seem less serious or more forgivable
a hindrance or obstruction in doing something
(of a disease) very virulent or infectious
dire
(of a situation or event) extremely serious or urgent
extenuate
make (guilt or an offense) seem less serious or more forgivable
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Othello Act 5 Vocabulary
Notable
Mangle
Alabaster
Pernicious
Worthy of attention or notice; important person
Severely mutilate, disfigure or damage by cutting, tearing or…
A fine-grained form of gypsum (mineral), typically white
Having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way
Notable
Worthy of attention or notice; important person
Mangle
Severely mutilate, disfigure or damage by cutting, tearing or…
15 terms
othello 5
solicit
portent
conception
pernicious
to seek; request
omen;mircle
idea
harmful
solicit
to seek; request
portent
omen;mircle
15 terms
Othello 5
luminous
estuary
brooding
placid
bright or shining especially in the dark
the tidal mouth of a river where the tide meets the stream
showing deep unhappiness of thought
not easily upset or excited; calm and peaceful
luminous
bright or shining especially in the dark
estuary
the tidal mouth of a river where the tide meets the stream
8 terms
othello 5
vehemeny
casrigation
amiable
lethargy
adj strong emotional
n severe scolding or punishment
adj friendly
n sluggish
vehemeny
adj strong emotional
casrigation
n severe scolding or punishment
8 terms
Othello 5
Rapier
Restitutions
Mars
Dire
Thin sword
Restoring to a former condition
Disfigure
Serious or urgent
Rapier
Thin sword
Restitutions
Restoring to a former condition
10 terms
Othello 5
malice
quench
balmy
portents
Desire to harm others
(v.) to put out, extinguish, end
Mild and pleasant
things that are thought to be signs of events to come; omens
malice
Desire to harm others
quench
(v.) to put out, extinguish, end
16 terms
othello 5
shrift
beseech
wooed
importunity
confession.
to ask with urgency
try and gain love of someome
quality or state of being
shrift
confession.
beseech
to ask with urgency
15 terms
othello 5
luminous
estuary
brooding
placid
full of or shedding light; bright or shining, especially in t…
the tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the st…
showing deep unhappiness of thought.
(of a person or animal) not easily upset or excited.
luminous
full of or shedding light; bright or shining, especially in t…
estuary
the tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the st…
15 terms
Othello 5
Luminous (adj.)
Estuary (n.)
Brooding (adj.)
Placid (adj.)
Bright or shining especially in the dark.
The Tidal mouth of a river where the tides meets the stream.
Showing deep unhappiness of thought.
Not easily upset or excited calm and peaceful.
Luminous (adj.)
Bright or shining especially in the dark.
Estuary (n.)
The Tidal mouth of a river where the tides meets the stream.
9 terms
Othello 5
Direful
Extenuate
Impediments
Malignant
Frightening or dreadful
Explain away or justify
Obstacles or barriers
Nasty or cruel
Direful
Frightening or dreadful
Extenuate
Explain away or justify
Othello #5
ensnare... verb
interim... noun
malice... noun
notorious ... adjective
lure... Egan ensnared the bear into the trap.
Rift... There was a constant interim in Egan's speech .
Harm... Egan gazed upon the antelope with malice.
infamous ... Egan is notorious for his intense dislike for flawe…
ensnare... verb
lure... Egan ensnared the bear into the trap.
interim... noun
Rift... There was a constant interim in Egan's speech .
10 terms
Othello #5
Mars
Peril
Anon
Fie
v. to damage; to mark
n. danger
adverb. soon
interjection. used to express of exclaim distaste or disappro…
Mars
v. to damage; to mark
Peril
n. danger
16 terms
othello 5
how would iago gain from roderigo's de…
what happened when cassio and roderigo…
what did iago do after he wounded cassio
how was desdemona faithful to othello…
iago would not have to return roderigo's jewels. if cassio di…
iago stabbed cassio in the leg and killed roderigo
he left for a few minutes and later called for help. he also…
she told emilia that she killed herself
how would iago gain from roderigo's de…
iago would not have to return roderigo's jewels. if cassio di…
what happened when cassio and roderigo…
iago stabbed cassio in the leg and killed roderigo
28 terms
Othello 5
malicious
malign
mitigate
mutinous
motivated by hate or deliberate intent to harm
to utter injuriously misleading reports about
to cause to become less harsh or hostile; to make less severe
rebellious, unruly
malicious
motivated by hate or deliberate intent to harm
malign
to utter injuriously misleading reports about
8 terms
Othello #5
Ensare
Interim
Malice
Notorious
V. Trap... The hunter ensured them
N. Hiatus... The interim period nobody did anything
N. Wanting to harm... His malice towards her was scary
Adj. bad... His notorious spending caused him to go into debt
Ensare
V. Trap... The hunter ensured them
Interim
N. Hiatus... The interim period nobody did anything
20 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 5
rapier
restitution
gait
maim
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
a person's manner of walking
injure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration o…
rapier
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
restitution
a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
8 terms
Othello #5
Ensnare (verb)
Interim (noun)
Malice (noun)
Notorious (adj)
To entrap ... The rabbit was ensnared in the hunter's trap
Period of time between two events ... The interim between lovers…
Desire to hurt ... The wiled witch had malice towards all except…
Infamy ... The notorious villain was hated by all
Ensnare (verb)
To entrap ... The rabbit was ensnared in the hunter's trap
Interim (noun)
Period of time between two events ... The interim between lovers…
20 terms
Othello, Act 5
rapier
restitution
gait
maim
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
payment for an injury; compensation
manner of walking
to cripple; to mutilate; to disable
rapier
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
restitution
payment for an injury; compensation
10 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 5
Mar
Peril
Anon
Fie
verb... to damage, to mark
noun... danger
adverb... at once, immediately
interjection... used to express disgust or disapproval
Mar
verb... to damage, to mark
Peril
noun... danger
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Othello Vocabulary Act 5
pernicious
malice
dismay
peril
adjective. deadly or very destructive; causing great injury
noun. bad will or the desire to do bad things to another person
noun. a sudden or total loss of courage
noun. danger or exposure to harm
pernicious
adjective. deadly or very destructive; causing great injury
malice
noun. bad will or the desire to do bad things to another person
9 terms
Othello Vocab - Act 5
restitution
solicit
pernicious
extenuate
reparation made by giving a compensation for loss, damage, or…
earnest or respectful request; to offer to have sex with in e…
causing insidious harm or ruin; ruinous; injurious; hurtful;…
to underestimate, underrate, or make light of; to lessen the…
restitution
reparation made by giving a compensation for loss, damage, or…
solicit
earnest or respectful request; to offer to have sex with in e…
8 terms
Othello Act 5 Vocab
vehement
castigation
amiable
lethargy
adj. strongly emotional
noun severe scolding or verbal punishment
adj. friendly; good-natured
noun laziness
vehement
adj. strongly emotional
castigation
noun severe scolding or verbal punishment
15 terms
Othello acts 3-5
ruminate
surmise
bolster
lewd
to spend time thinking
to form an idea off of little evidence
to strengthen or support
indecent
ruminate
to spend time thinking
surmise
to form an idea off of little evidence
20 terms
Othello act 5 vocab
Rapier
Restitution
Gait
Maim
A straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
A sum of money paid in compensation for loss and injury
A person's manner of walking
Injure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration o…
Rapier
A straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
Restitution
A sum of money paid in compensation for loss and injury
17 terms
OTHELLO CHAPTER #4, #5, and #6
Ingratiating 25
Belied 25
Languid 27
Cask 27
intended to gain approval or favor
contradicted or misrepresented
drooping; without energy, sluggish
a barrel-like container
Ingratiating 25
intended to gain approval or favor
Belied 25
contradicted or misrepresented
20 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 5
rapier
restitution
gait
maim
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
a person's manner of walking
injure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration o…
rapier
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
restitution
a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
21 terms
Othello 4 and 5
Affinity
Shrift
Languish
Perdition
Attraction; Natural liking
Confession
To become weak
Destruction
Affinity
Attraction; Natural liking
Shrift
Confession
10 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 5
Mar
Peril
Anon
Fie
to impair the appearance of
Serious and immediate danger
Soon, shortly
Expression of disgust or outrage
Mar
to impair the appearance of
Peril
Serious and immediate danger
8 terms
Othello Act 5
ensnare (v)
interim (n)
malice (n)
notorious (adj)
lure ; She ensnared him with her beauty
period of time ; The interim between the test and the project…
intention of harm ; He had malice when he saw his enemy.
undesirable quality; She's notorious for being a pimp.
ensnare (v)
lure ; She ensnared him with her beauty
interim (n)
period of time ; The interim between the test and the project…
Othello, Act 5
rapier
restitution
gait
maim
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
payment for an injury; compensation
manner of walking
to cripple; to mutilate; to disable
rapier
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
restitution
payment for an injury; compensation
12 terms
Act 5 othello vocab
rapier
restitution
gait
minion
Sword
the return of something lost or stolen
walking
a follower
rapier
Sword
restitution
the return of something lost or stolen
10 terms
Othello Act 5 Vocabulary
mars
peril
anon
fie
damages; marks
danger
soon
used to express distaste or disapproval
mars
damages; marks
peril
danger
20 terms
Othello Acts 2-5
glibly
pejorative
aside
agility
in a manner of smooth ease and fluency; without hesitation
Disparaging, derogatory, belittling ; insulting
A device in which a character in a drama makes a short speech…
nimbleness; ability to move quickly
glibly
in a manner of smooth ease and fluency; without hesitation
pejorative
Disparaging, derogatory, belittling ; insulting
10 terms
Othello Vocab #5
Peevish (adj.)
Penitent (adj.)
Perdition (noun)
Pernicious (adj.)
Easily irritated, especially by unimportant things
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
Eternal damnation, utter ruin
Very destructive or harmful, deadly
Peevish (adj.)
Easily irritated, especially by unimportant things
Penitent (adj.)
Showing or feeling regret for wrongdoing, repentant
8 terms
Othello Vocab Cards #5
Ensnare (verb)
Interim (noun)
Malice (noun)
Notorious (adj)
To lure somebody into a bad situation ... Ex: spiders like to en…
A period of time during two occurrences ... Ex: interims are usu…
The desire to harm others ... Ex: Villains often contain a lot o…
Well known for some undesirable feature... Ex: Pitbulls are noto…
Ensnare (verb)
To lure somebody into a bad situation ... Ex: spiders like to en…
Interim (noun)
A period of time during two occurrences ... Ex: interims are usu…
8 terms
Othello Act 5
vehement
castigation
amiable
lethargy
(adj)- strongly emotional; intense or passionate
(n) - severe scolding or verbal punishment
(adj) - friendly; good-natured
(n) - sluggishness; laziness
vehement
(adj)- strongly emotional; intense or passionate
castigation
(n) - severe scolding or verbal punishment
17 terms
Vocab List 5 Othello
Alacrity (N)
Ancillary (Adj)
Austere (Adj)
Base (Adj)
Brisk and cheerful and readiness. Having just passed his driv…
Providing necessary support to the primary activities of an o…
Severe or strict in manner or attitude. Even though the Profe…
Without moral principles. The law firm committed a base and s…
Alacrity (N)
Brisk and cheerful and readiness. Having just passed his driv…
Ancillary (Adj)
Providing necessary support to the primary activities of an o…
10 terms
Othello Act 5 vocabulary
Malice
Quench
Balmy
Portents
Desire to harm others.
To put out or extinguish; to subdue, overcome, quell.
Mild and refreshing; soft, soothing; having the qualities of…
An indication or omen of something about to happen, esp. some…
Malice
Desire to harm others.
Quench
To put out or extinguish; to subdue, overcome, quell.
10 terms
Othello Act 5 Vocab
mars
peril
anon
fie
v: to damage; to mark
n: danger
adv: soon
interjection: used to express or exclaim distaste or disappro…
mars
v: to damage; to mark
peril
n: danger
40 terms
Othello Act 5 Vocab
restitution
direful
treacherous
chaste
reparation made by giving an equivalent or compensation for l…
inspiring dread, terrible, ominous
unreliable, unfaithful, dangerous
morally pure, virginal
restitution
reparation made by giving an equivalent or compensation for l…
direful
inspiring dread, terrible, ominous
16 terms
Othello Act 5 Quotes
"I have no great devotion to the deed,…
"I have rubbed this young quat almost…
"O damned Iago! O inhuman dog!"
"Gentlemen all, I do suspect this tras…
Roderigo, Iago
Iago, Aside
Roderigo, Iago
Iago, Cassio and Gratiano
"I have no great devotion to the deed,…
Roderigo, Iago
"I have rubbed this young quat almost…
Iago, Aside
8 terms
Othello Act 5 - Vocabulary
Restitution
Alabaster
Portent
Pernicious
A sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
A compact fine-textured, usually white gypsum used for carving
A sign of something about to happen
Exceedingly harmful
Restitution
A sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
Alabaster
A compact fine-textured, usually white gypsum used for carving
18 terms
Othello Quotes Act 5
I: guiltiness will speak
O: Let me not name it to you, O chaste…
O: Yet I'll not shed her blood
O: O balmy breath, that dost
though tongues were out of use
it is the cause
nor scar that whiter skin of hers than snow
almost persuade justice to break her sword
I: guiltiness will speak
though tongues were out of use
O: Let me not name it to you, O chaste…
it is the cause
8 terms
Othello Act 5 Vocabulary
vehement
castigation
amiable
lethargy
(adj)- strongly emotional; intense or passionate
(n) - severe scolding or verbal punishment
(adj) - friendly; good-natured
(n) - sluggishness; laziness
vehement
(adj)- strongly emotional; intense or passionate
castigation
(n) - severe scolding or verbal punishment
10 terms
Othello act 5 vocab
Mars
Peril
Anon
Fie
(Verb) To damage; to mark
(N) Danger
(Adverb) Soon
(Interjection) Used to express or exclaim distaste or disappr…
Mars
(Verb) To damage; to mark
Peril
(N) Danger
9 terms
Othello act 5
Restitution
Alabaster
Prometheus
Portents
A return of or compensation for a loss
White material used in plaster
Titan whole stole fire from gods and gave it to humans
An omen or indication or something momentous about to happen
Restitution
A return of or compensation for a loss
Alabaster
White material used in plaster
35 terms
Othello Act 4 and 5
Why did Cassio give the handkerchief t…
Who is Lodovico in relation to Desdemo…
What is ironic about Cassio taking ove…
What does Emilia reveal to Desdemona a…
To make a copy because he knows Desdemona will want it back s…
They are cousins.
Cassio has no job because he was fired, but now he has a bett…
She says that she would cheat on Iago; that women cheat on th…
Why did Cassio give the handkerchief t…
To make a copy because he knows Desdemona will want it back s…
Who is Lodovico in relation to Desdemo…
They are cousins.
8 terms
Act 5 Othello Vocab
vehement
castigation
amiable
lethargy
strongly emotional
sever scolding or verbal punishment
friendly; good-natured
sluggishness; laziness
vehement
strongly emotional
castigation
sever scolding or verbal punishment
8 terms
Othello act 5 vocab
ensnare(n)
interim(n)
malice(n)
notorious(adj)
to trap... Iago ensnares Othello into his plot.
time between... During the interim of Othello and Desdemona's co…
hatred/desire to harm another or see them in pain... Iago shows…
infamous... Guies de Pasamonte is notorious in don Quijote.
ensnare(n)
to trap... Iago ensnares Othello into his plot.
interim(n)
time between... During the interim of Othello and Desdemona's co…
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