Othello Vocab Act 2

Baseness Def. A low moral ground; selfishness
Usurped Def. Use without authority or right; Emily wrongfully
Sated Def. To fill to excess; to act greedily
Surfeit Def. Excess; an excessive amount
Paragons Def. A model or pattern of excellence or of a particular excellence
Paradox Def. A self-contradictory and false proposition
Lechery Def. Excessive or offensive desire; lustfulness
Obscure Def. Not clear; hard to perceive or understand
Discretion Def. The power or right to decide or act according to one’s own judgement; freedom of judgement or choice
Proprietary Def. Rightness or justness
Impervious Def. Incapable of being influenced, persuaded, or affected
Enmesh Def. To catch or involve in as if a net or snare
Dilatory Def. Tending to procrastinate; delayed
Affinity Def. A natural liking, taste, or inclination towards a person or thing
Ruminate Def. To meditate or muse; ponder
Vehement Def. Passionate
Edified Def. To instruct or benefit, especially morally or spiritually;Uplift
Castigate Def. To criticize or reprimand severely
Avocation Def. Something a person does for pleasure: a hobby
Fulsome Def. Disgusting; sickening; repulsive
Malignant Def. Very dangerous or harmful
Traduce Def. To speak maliciously and falsely of; slander; defame
Baseless pos. Noun
Usurped pos. Verb
Sated pos. Verb
Surfeit pos. Noun
Paragons pos. Noun
Paradox pos. Noun
Lechery pos. Noun
Obscure pos. Adjective
Discretion pos. Noun
Propriety pos. Noun
Impervious pos. Adjective
Enmesh pos. Verb
Dilatory pos. Adjective
Affinity pos. Noun
Ruminate pos. Verb
Vehement pos. Adjective
Edified pos. Verb
Castigate pos. Verb
Avocation pos. Noun
Fulsome pos. Adjective
Malignant pos. Adjective
Traduce pos. Verb