Hamlet Act 5-vocabulary

cudgel a short heavy club
abhorred hated; despised
splenitive Quick-tempered
pall become less interesting or attractive
perdition eternal damnation
scant Barely enough
felicity happiness; bliss
circumvent to avoid
gibes mocking remarks, jokes
asunder into parts or pieces
amities Friendship; peaceful harmony
verity truth; reality
carouses drinking and celebrating noisily
lest for fear that
(the) quick the sensitive skin under your fingernails and toenails
profane lewd, indecent
prate idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
shriving confessing of sins
sore causing misery or pain or distress
dally to waste time, to stall
equivocation intentionally vague or ambiguous
churlish lacking politeness or good manners; lacking sensitivity; difficult to work with or deal with; rude
insinuation hint, suggestion, reference, implication
purposed decided
swoon to faint from extreme emotion