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HAMLET by William Shakespeare

Vocabulary - Act I

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galled to beset with insistent or repeated requests
precept a long deep sigh
prodigal wasteful or reckless
comart appeal; entreaty; plea; asking humbly and beseechingly
fair to rid of whatever is impure or undesirable; cleanse; purify
importune pleasing in appearance; attractive
libertine not pious; lacking reverence or respect
unfledged to rival with some degree of success
harbingers to attack, damage, or destroy, as by blows
impious covenant or formal legal agreement
suspiration one that indicates or foreshadows what is to come
obsequious a rule or principal, prescribing a particular course of action
emulate inexperienced, immature, or untried
filial of, or pertaining to, or befitting a son or daughter (filial obligation)
sulfurous to be irritated and chafed to the skin
calumnious fiery; hellish
levies obedient; dutiful
suppliance a person who lacks moral restraint; uncontrolled; unrestrained
purged slanderous; defamatory
smote the conscription of troops
assail the utmost length to which one can go
tether attack with arguments

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