Hamlet Act 2 Vocab Flashcard Example #23228

adhere
(v) sticks; attaches
adhere synonyms
cling, stay put, fix
cling
adhere synonym
stay put
adhere synonym
fix
adhere synonym
adhere antonyms
unfasten, loosen
unfasten
adhere antonym
loosen
adhere antonym
afflict
(v) hurt; torment
afflict synonyms
agonize, annoy, crucify
agonize
afflict synonym
annoy
afflict synonym
crucify
afflict synonym
afflict antonyms
aid, solace
aid
afflict antonym
solace
afflict antonym
brevity
(n) shortness of time; conciseness
brevity synonyms
terseness, condensation
terseness
brevity synonym
condensation
brevity synonym
brevity antonyms
lengthiness, wordiness
lengthiness
brevity antonym
wordiness
brevity antonym
discretion
(n) carefulness; caution
discretion synonyms
wisdom, sense, responsibility
wisdom
discretion synonym
sense
discretion synonym
responsibility
discretion synonym
discretion antonyms
foolishness, rashness, recklessness
foolishness
discretion antonym
rashness
discretion antonym
recklessness
discretion antonym
endeavor
(v) to project; plan
(n) a purposeful enterprise
endeavor synonyms
address, aim, best shot, effort
endeavor antonyms
idleness, laziness
adress
endeavor synonym
aim
endeavor synonym
best shot
endeavor synonym
effort
endeavor synonym
idleness
endeavor antonym
laziness
endeavor antonym
potent
(adj) powerful; strong
potent synonyms
commanding, compelling
commanding
potent synonym
compelling
potent synonym
potent antonyms
weak, unconvincing
weak
potent antonym
unconvincing
potent antonym
profound
(adj) deep; intense
profound synonyms
sage, informed, recondite
sage
profound synonym
informed
profound synonym
recondite
profound synonym
profound antonyms
child’s play, mild, plain
child’s play
profound antonym
mild
profound antonym
plain
profound antonym
ominous
(adj) threatening, doomed
ominous synonyms
grim
grim
ominous synonym
ominous antonyms
favorable, auspicious
favorable
ominous antonym
auspicious
ominous antonym
rebuke
(v) to reprimand, scold
(n) scolding; condemnation
rebuke synonyms
ream out, criticize
ream out
rebuke synonym
criticize
rebuke synonym
rebuke antonyms
flatter, praise, extol
flatter
rebuke antonym
praise
rebuke antonym
extol
rebuke antonym
remorse
(n) regret; guilt
remorse synonyms
grief, compassion
grief
remorse synonym
compassion
remorse synonym
remorse antonyms
indifference, happiness
indifference
remorse antonym
happiness
remorse antonym
surmise
(v) guess; theorize
(n) conclusion
surmise synonyms
hunch, hypothesis, suspicion
hunch
surmise synonym
hypothesis
surmise synonym
suspicion
surmise synonym
surmise antonyms
measurement; calculation
measurement
surmise antonym
calculation
surmise antonym
transformation
(n) extreme change or alteration
transformation synonyms
shift, switch
shift
transformation synonym
switch
transformation synonym
transformation antonyms
uniformity, fixation
uniformity
transformation antonym
fixation
transformation antonym
treacherous
(adj) disloyal; unfaithful
treacherous synonyms
false, untrustworthy
false
treacherous synonym
untrustworthy
treacherous synonym
treacherous antonyms
honest, true
honest
treacherous antonym
true
treacherous antonym
treason
(n) rebellion; uprising
treason synonyms
deceitfulness, treachery
deceitfulness
treason synonym
treachery
treason synonym
treason antonyms
allegiance, loyalty
allegiance
treason antonym
loyalty
treason antonym
tyrant
(n) dictator; oppressive ruler
tyrant synonyms
inquisitor; slave driver
inquisitor
tyrant synonym
slave driver
tyrant synonym
tyrant antonyms
democrat, anarchist,
democrat
tyrant antonym
anarchist
tyrant antonym

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