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41 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary (incomplete)
procure
languishes
boon
perdition
To get by special effort; obtain or acquire
To be or become weak or feeble; lose strength or vigor
A benefit bestowed, especially one bestowed in response to a…
Loss of the soul; eternal damnation
procure
To get by special effort; obtain or acquire
languishes
To be or become weak or feeble; lose strength or vigor
21 terms
Othello Act 1 Vocabulary
Abhor
Bombast
Epithet
Obsequious
find repugnant; hate
pompous or pretentious talk or writing
a defamatory or abusive word or phrase
attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery;…
Abhor
find repugnant; hate
Bombast
pompous or pretentious talk or writing
20 terms
Othello Act IV Vocabulary
Venial
Dotage
Fulsome
Fiend
(adj)- easily excused; pardonable
(n)- senility; feeblemindedness of old age
(adj)- disgustingly excessive; offensively flattering
(n)- evil spirit; devil; a cruel person
Venial
(adj)- easily excused; pardonable
Dotage
(n)- senility; feeblemindedness of old age
20 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act III
Penitent
Boon
Ruminate
Surmise
(adj)- remorseful, sorry
(n)- a desirable state; a reward
(v)- to reflect deeply on a subject; to contemplate
(v)- an opinion based upon some evidence
Penitent
(adj)- remorseful, sorry
Boon
(n)- a desirable state; a reward
24 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act I
Abhor
Bombast
Epithet
Moor
(v)- to find repugnant; to hate
(n)- arrogant or pretentious talk or writing
(n)- a defamatory statement or abusive word or phrase
(n)- one of the Muslim people of North Africa
Abhor
(v)- to find repugnant; to hate
Bombast
(n)- arrogant or pretentious talk or writing
25 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act II
quirk
contention
citadel
paradox
(n)- a strange attitude or habit
(n)- the act of competing for profit or prize
(n)- a fortress or stronghold
(n)- a statement that contradicts itself
quirk
(n)- a strange attitude or habit
contention
(n)- the act of competing for profit or prize
20 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
procure
devise
beseech
discourse
(verb) to get
(verb) to think out a plan
(verb) to beg
(noun) a discussion or conversation
procure
(verb) to get
devise
(verb) to think out a plan
12 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
12 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
27 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
Penitent
She was a ___supporter of the new law.
I watched and laughed as my sister ___…
ruminate
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
vehement
recoiled
Think deeply about something
Penitent
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
She was a ___supporter of the new law.
vehement
13 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
12 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
17 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
Penitent
ruminate
surmise
recoil
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
Think deeply about something
A supposition that something may be true, even though there i…
Suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust
Penitent
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
ruminate
Think deeply about something
11 terms
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…
12 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
10 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
Shrift
Beseech
Wooed
Conspire
Noun... A confessional
Verb... To earnestly request
Verb (pt)... Courted, dated
Verb... To secretly plot
Shrift
Noun... A confessional
Beseech
Verb... To earnestly request
8 terms
Othello Vocabulary (Act IV)
Lechery
Propriety
Peevish
Impervious
(n) Unrestrainted indulgence of sexual desire
(n) Proper behavior or manners
(adj) annoyed, irritated
(adj) incapable of being persuaded or affected
Lechery
(n) Unrestrainted indulgence of sexual desire
Propriety
(n) Proper behavior or manners
11 terms
Othello Act I Vocabulary
bombast
preferment
obsequious
grange
pompous
promotion
obedient; servile compliance
farm; grainery
bombast
pompous
preferment
promotion
8 terms
Othello Vocabulary (Act III)
Consecrate
Defunct
Wanton
Baseness
v- to make or declare sacred
adj- no longer in effect or use
adj- deliberate and without motive or provocation
n- morally low
Consecrate
v- to make or declare sacred
Defunct
adj- no longer in effect or use
8 terms
Othello Vocabulary ACT III
shrift
beseech
wooed
conspire
Confession to a priest
Ask someone urgently to do something... beg or call on
Try to gain the love of... or romantically pursue
secret plans/plot/scheme/plan
shrift
Confession to a priest
beseech
Ask someone urgently to do something... beg or call on
9 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 4
credulous
reproach
wit
iniquity
adjective. someone who is too eager to believe things, often…
verb. to blame or shame someone; to criticize or scold
noun. good sense, powers of thinking; a quick sense of humor
noun. a sin or wrongdoing; lack of righteousness or justice
credulous
adjective. someone who is too eager to believe things, often…
reproach
verb. to blame or shame someone; to criticize or scold
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
8 terms
Othello Vocabulary (Act II)
Discord
Homage
Forbear
Circumspecition
(n) disagreement; difference of opinion
(n) something done or given in acknowledgement or considerati…
(v) to refrain or abstain from
(noun) caution; thoughtfulness
Discord
(n) disagreement; difference of opinion
Homage
(n) something done or given in acknowledgement or considerati…
10 terms
Othello Act 4 Vocabulary
Credulous
Reproach
Wit
Iniquity
Adjective... Gullible, ready to believe on slight
Noun... Criticism, disgrace, blame, shame
Noun... Intelligence, humor
Noun... Sin
Credulous
Adjective... Gullible, ready to believe on slight
Reproach
Noun... Criticism, disgrace, blame, shame
20 terms
Othello Vocabulary: Act 2
Quirk
Contention
Citadel
Paradox
a strange attitude or habit
the act of competing as for profit or a prize
a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a…
a statement that contradicts itself
Quirk
a strange attitude or habit
Contention
the act of competing as for profit or a prize
21 terms
Othello Act 1 Vocabulary
Abhor
Bombast
Epithet
Obsequious
find repugnant; hate
pompous or pretentious talk or writing
a defamatory or abusive word or phrase
attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery
Abhor
find repugnant; hate
Bombast
pompous or pretentious talk or writing
10 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 2
Surfeited
Tempest
Base
Satiety
Verb... Fed to excess
Noun... A violent storm
Adjective ... Low in station
Noun... The condition of being overfilled or over gratified
Surfeited
Verb... Fed to excess
Tempest
Noun... A violent storm
9 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act Three
vehement
beseech
bolster
ruminate
adjective. having an intense feeling or force behind your wor…
verb. to ask for something sincerely, earnestly, or desperately
verb. to support or strengthen something
verb. to think seriously or deeply about something
vehement
adjective. having an intense feeling or force behind your wor…
beseech
verb. to ask for something sincerely, earnestly, or desperately
9 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act Two
paradox
quirk
eminent
counterfeit
noun. something that seems contradictory or unbelievable, but…
noun. an odd occurrence, or a unique and peculiar behavior or…
adjective. someone or something that rises above, or is disti…
adjective. fake, forged, or made in imitation.
paradox
noun. something that seems contradictory or unbelievable, but…
quirk
noun. an odd occurrence, or a unique and peculiar behavior or…
9 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act One
abhor
bombast
usurp
obsequious
verb. to really hate someone or something; to regard with hor…
noun. talk or writing that sounds much more important than it…
verb. to take over power or control unlawfully, or with force
adjective. showing too much willingness to serve or obey; faw…
abhor
verb. to really hate someone or something; to regard with hor…
bombast
noun. talk or writing that sounds much more important than it…
9 terms
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
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
17 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
Penitent
ruminate
surmise
recoil
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
Think deeply about something
A supposition that something may be true, even though there i…
Suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust
Penitent
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
ruminate
Think deeply about something
14 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
Penitent
ruminate
surmise
recoil
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
Think deeply about something
A supposition that something may be true, even though there i…
Suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust
Penitent
Feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; r…
ruminate
Think deeply about something
15 terms
Othello Act II Vocabulary
discern
citadel
taint
mock
(v.) to see clearly, recognize
(n.) a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any stron…
(v.) to stain or contaminate
Ridicule, to make fun of
discern
(v.) to see clearly, recognize
citadel
(n.) a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any stron…
15 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 4
venial
fulsome
construe
vice
easily excused or forgiven
unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner…
make sense of; assign a meaning to
a specific form of evildoing
venial
easily excused or forgiven
fulsome
unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner…
9 terms
Othello, Act V Vocabulary
mars
peril
anon
linger
(v.) damages, marks
(n.) danger
(adv.) soon
(v.) to be slow in leaving or going away
mars
(v.) damages, marks
peril
(n.) danger
9 terms
Othello, Act IV Vocabulary
credulous
reproach
wit
iniquity
(adj.) too trusting; gullible
(n.) criticism; disgrace; blame; shame
(n.) intelligence, humor
(n.) wickedness, sin
credulous
(adj.) too trusting; gullible
reproach
(n.) criticism; disgrace; blame; shame
15 terms
Othello Act 3 Vocabulary
procure
beseech
barrier, barricade, battlement
bounteous
acquire, obtain
beg, appeal, call upon
fortification
generous; big hearted; charitable
procure
acquire, obtain
beseech
beg, appeal, call upon
Othello Vocabulary Act 2
surfeited (adj)
tempest (n)
base (adj)
satiety (n)
fed to excess, not desiring more as you have it in excess. Fu…
violent windy storm
without moral principals; low or common.
the condition of feeling full or satisfied.
surfeited (adj)
fed to excess, not desiring more as you have it in excess. Fu…
tempest (n)
violent windy storm
20 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 4
venial
dotage
fulsome
fiend
easily excused or forgiven
mental infirmity as a consequence of old age; sometimes shown…
unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner…
a cruel wicked and inhuman person
venial
easily excused or forgiven
dotage
mental infirmity as a consequence of old age; sometimes shown…
18 terms
Vocabulary Othello Act 2
Discern
Synonyms for discern
Citadel
Synonyms for citadel
Perceive or recognize someone/something.
detect, notice, observe
Fortress, protecting, dominates a city
Castle
Discern
Perceive or recognize someone/something.
Synonyms for discern
detect, notice, observe
15 terms
Othello - Act 1 Vocabulary
Usurped
Facile
Promulgate
Abhor
to take without asking
superficial
proclaim; declare in an official way
to hate or detest someone or something
Usurped
to take without asking
Facile
superficial
8 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 3
shrift
beseech
wooed
conspire
confession
ask for or request earnestly
gain the affection of; courted, dated
to plan or plot together secretly
shrift
confession
beseech
ask for or request earnestly
25 terms
Othello Act 1 Vocabulary
abhor
bombast
epithet
Moor
find repugnant
pompous or pretentious talk or writing
a defamatory or abusive word or phrase
one of the Muslim people of north Africa
abhor
find repugnant
bombast
pompous or pretentious talk or writing
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
9 terms
Othello Vocabulary Act 4
credulous
reproach
wit
iniquity
gullible; showing a lack of judgment or experience
express criticism towards; blame
intelligence; humor
an unjust act; morally objectionable behavior; sin(s)
credulous
gullible; showing a lack of judgment or experience
reproach
express criticism towards; blame
20 terms
Othello Act 2 Vocabulary
quirk (n)
contention (n)
citadel (n)
paradox (n)
a peculiar action, behavior, or mannerism
a struggle, strife, or competition
a stronghold for shelter during a battle
a self-contradictory statement that holds some truth
quirk (n)
a peculiar action, behavior, or mannerism
contention (n)
a struggle, strife, or competition
8 terms
Othello, Act II vocabulary
surfeited
tempest
base
requisites
fed to excess
violent storm
common, low in station
Requirements
surfeited
fed to excess
tempest
violent storm
othello act1 vocabulary
abhor
bombast
epithet
obsequious
to dislike someone or something very much; to hate with a pas…
a speech or writing that is meant to sound important or impre…
An offensive word or name; a word or phrase that describes a…
too eager to help or obey someone important
abhor
to dislike someone or something very much; to hate with a pas…
bombast
a speech or writing that is meant to sound important or impre…
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