Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary

Lament (v) to mourn or express sorrow in a demonstrative manner
entreat (v) to make an earnest request
augment (v) to make greater or supplement
sentinel (n) one who keeps guard as a sentry
prate (v) to talk idly or foolishly at great lengthd
quench (v) to extinguish, put out, to relieve with liquid
equivocate (v) to attempt to lie, to mislead, or to hide the truth
obscure (adj) difficult to see, vague
clamor (n) loud noise or shouting
temperate (adj) marked by moderateion; keeping within limits, not excessive
expedition (n) a journey or excursion undertaken for a specific purpose
scruples (n) an ethical consideration or principle that inhibits action
malice (n) desire to harm others