Macbeth Act 2 scenses 1+2

repose rest, sleep; quietness, ease; peace, calmnessIn Context: “Restrain in me the cursed thoughts that nature gives way to repose” (II.i.10-11) {Banquo speaking to Fleance}
entreat to ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something; to beg.
withal postpositively with a relative or interrogative pronoun as object.
prate Money or gifts given generously
contend not enough emphasis is placed on creativity. To show or agree that something is true:show, prove, point to… [intransitive] to compete against someone, for example for a victory or for power.
infirm unsteady, or not firm
multitudinous Shakespeare makes a verb out of “incarnadine,” a sixteenth century adjective meaning “pink.” (The Latin root carn-refers to flesh, and thus, in its derivatives, to flesh color.)