honors english 10 othello vocab

homage (noun):special honor or respect shown publicly
native (adj) associated with the country, region, or circumstances of a person’s birthexisting in or belonging in one by naturesynonym: innate
timorous (adj)showing or suffering from nervousness, fear, or a lack of confidence
dire (adj)of a situation or event, extremely serious or urgent
lascivious (adj)given to or expressing lustfeeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire synonym: lecherous
delude (verb)to impose a misleading belief on someonesynonym: to deceive
gall (verb)to make someone feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried especially with trivial matters
contrived (adj)cleverly, artfully planned deliberately created, rather than arising naturally/spontaneouslysynonym: artificial, not organic, predictable
circumscription (noun)the act of restricting something or someone within limits
post-haste (adverb)with great speed or immediacysynonym: quickly, hastily
facile (adj)easily achieved, effortless –> negative connotation
beguiled (adj)charmed or enchanted, usually by deception
imminent (adj)about to happen, threatening
visage (noun)a person’s face with reference to the form or proportions of the features
consecrate (verb)to dedicate formally to a religious or divine purpose to make sacred