Macbeth Definitions

flout Verb – openly disregard (a rule, law or convention) S: Defy A: Observe
Disbursed Verb – Pay out (money from a fund) S: Pay A: Hoard
Sieve Noun – A utensil consisting of a wire or plastic mesh held in a frame, used for straining solids from liquids, or for separating coarser from finer particles. Used figuratively with reference to the fact that a sieve does not hold all its contents S: Filter
Venture Noun- A risky or daring journey or undertaking S: undertaking A: inaction
Herald Verb – Be a sin that (something) is about to happen S: announce S: Withhold
Surmise Verb – suppose that something is ture without having evidence to confirm it S: Guess A: Prove
Wrought Adjective – beaten out or shaped by hammering S: built A:unshaped
Repentance Noun – feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one wrongdoing or sin S: Remorse A: Defiance
Recompense Noun – Compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered or effort made S> repayment
Harbinger Noun – A person or thing that announces or signals the approach of another S: Herald
Metaphysical Adjective – Based on abstract (typically, excessively abstract) reasoning S: theoretical A: Concrete
Beguile Verb – Charm or enchant (Someone), sometimes in a deceptive way S: Charm A: Repel
Audit Noun – A systematic Review or assessment of something S: Inspection A: Ignore
Adage Noun – A proverb or short statement expressing a general truth S: Saying
Repose Noun – Temporary rest from activity, excitement, or exertion. Sleep or the rest given by sleep S: inactivity A: Exertion
Palpable Adjective – Able to be touched or felt S: touchable A: Imperceptible
Ravishing Adjective – Delightful, Entrancing S: Stunning A: Hideous
Balm Noun – Something that has a comforting, soothing or restorative effect S: relief A: irritant
Equivocate Verb – Use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself S: noncommittal A: Specific
Carousing Verb – Enjoy oneself with others in a noisy, lively way S: Celebrate A: Mourn