Macbeth Act II

Entreat POS: VerbDefinition: to ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something; to beg Sentence: I entreated my classmate to please join the school club I run.
Palpable POS: AdjectiveDefinition: so intense as to be almost touched or feltSentence: The tension in the room was palpable as we waited for the results to be announced.
Surfeited POS: Noun Definition: An excessive amount of somethingSentence: The man ate a surfeited amount of food, which explained why he was so obese.
Infirm POS: AdjectiveDefinition: not physically or mentally strong especially through age or illnessSentence: The infirm man could hardly walk due to his old age.
Carousing POS: Verb Definition: to drink plentiful amounts of alcohol and enjoy oneself with others in a noisy, lively way Sentence: The people at the party were carousing with their drinks in their hands, dancing all night on the dance floor.
Disheartens POS: VerbDefinition: to cause someone to lose determination or confidence Sentence: The tennis player was disheartened after losing her first match and didn’t play well the rest of the game.
Sacrilegious POS: Noun Definition: violation or misuse of what is regarded as sacredSentence: The Witches are sacrilegious because they participate in acts against the church.
Amiss POS: AdjectiveDefinition: Not quite right; inappropriate or out of placeSentence: The guard sensed that something was amiss when he found one of his comrades beheaded.Something was amiss in my calculations on my math test because I got the answer wrong.
Unmannerly POS: AdjectiveDefinition: Not having or showing good manners; impolite Sentence: The unmannerly teenager did not even say thank you after their friend’s mom bought them a starbucks frappacino.
Pretense POS: NounDefinition: An attempt to make something that is not the case appear true Sentence: His anger is masked by a pretense that everything is okay.