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Macbeth Act I & II Vocabulary Quiz

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Vocabulary words from Acts I & II of Shakespeare's Macbeth.  Match the correct word to the given definition.

  
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1.  To make a payment in settlement of 
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2.  To inflict punishment on
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3.  To talk long and idly
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4.  Anxiety arising from awareness of guilt, distress of mind over an anticipated action or result
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5.  A position giving a strategic advantage, commanding perspective, or a comprehensive view
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6.  To give something to by way of compensation 
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7.  To indulge to satisfaction
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8.  Capable of being touched or felt
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9.  To lead by deception
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10.  Weak of mind, will, or character
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11.  One who uses language to deceive 
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12.  Uproar, tumult
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13.  Unusually attractive, pleasing, or striking
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14.  A thought or idea based on scanty evidence
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15.  A Greek goddess associated especially with the underworld, night, and witchcraft
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16.  One highly favored
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17.  A person sent ahead to provide lodgings
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18.  An acknowledged leader
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19.  Blood red
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20.  An intervening time, interval
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