Macbeth Act 2 Vocabulary

Allegiance loyalty to a ruler or country
Augment to add something in order to make it larger or more substantial
Carousing drinking and becoming noisy
Clamored shouted and demanded noisily
Dire a severe, serious or desperate situation or circumstance
Gild to cover with a substance; usually gold or gold-like
Lamenting(s) expression(s) of grief or sorrow
Malice intention or desire to cause great harm to someone
Palpable able to be felt; touched
Parley to talk or negotiate; speak with
Predominance appearing as most important, powerful; strongest or most common in number or amount
Provoke to stir emotion in someone; arouse
Quenched satisfied thirst
Scruples moral or ethical considerations
Summons calling for service or action