Macbeth Vocab Act 1-3 Antonyms and Synonyms

Appease(v.) To bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm, or contentment; pacify; soothe Antonym: UpsetSynonym: Ease
Beguile(v.) To charm or influence someone hrough trickery or deception. Antonym: OfferSynonym: Trick
Chastise(v.) To criticize serverely, to lecture. Antonym: AidSynonym: Beat
Commend(v.) To express approval of, to formally praise. Antonym: ApproveSynonym: Build
Countenance(n.) A person’s face or facial expression. Antonym: Synonym: Look
Homage(n.) Special honor or respect shown. Antonym: CriticismSynonym: Honor
Impede(v.) To delay or prevent the movement, progress, or action of someone or something. To hinder. Antonym: PushSynonym: Slow
Implore(v.) To beg someone earnestly or desperately to do something. Antonym: AnswerSynonym: Urge
Incarnate(adj.) Embodied in flesh; in human form. Example: “God Incarnate”. Antonym: Synonym: Human
Meek(adj.) Quiet, gentle, and easily imposed on; submissive. Antonym: BoldSynonym: Weak
Muse(v.) To think or meditate in silence, as on some subject. Antonym: ForgetSynonym: Think
Rapt(adj.) Wholly absorbed as in thought, fascinated by what one is seeing or hearing. Antonym: TroubledSynonym: Taken
Speculation(n.) A hypothesis that has been forumed by speculating or conjecturing (usually with little hard evidence). Antonym: ProofSynonym: Studying
Valor(n.) Great courage in the face of danger, espically in battle. Antonym: FearSynonym: Fight
Venture(v.) To dare to do something or go somewhere that may be dangerous or unpleasant. Antonym: SafetySynonym: Adventure