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Hamlet Act III Vocabulary

Teacher: Mrs. Cooper
Across
Any protection against external danger, injury, or annoyance:
Harmful or undesirable contact; the communication of a disease
To express disapproval of; scold; reproach
A tendon; strength or power
Perfection; fulfillment
A blow, as with the hand or fist
Depressed in spirits; disheartened; low-spirited
A crown
The communication of disease by direct or indirect contact.
Evoking or deserving pity; pathetic
Down
Secret; disclosed or communicated only to the initiated.
To take or appropriate, especially without permission.
Untrustworthy; dishonest
To make keen or eager; stimulate
To mix or mingle together
The face usually with reference to expression
To force to submit; subdue
To imbue a person with ideas
Very unpleasant; disagreeable
Sexually lawless or unrestrained; loose
To punish, chastise or criticize severely
A humiliating insult
To take away from by cheating or deceiving
An act or deed showing mercy or leniency
A great misfortune or disaster; grievous affliction