Tone Words for Macbeth

Benevolent Suggestive of goodwill, kindness, generosity
Bombastic Marked by pretension; speech or writing meant to sound important or impressive but which is not meaningful or sincere; pompous
Burlesque Involving ludicrous or mocking treatment of a solemn subject
Derisive Ridiculing mocking
Effusive Expressing feeling of gratitude, approval, or pleasure in an unrestrained or heartfelt matter
Facetious Treating serious issues with deliberatively inappropriate humor; flippant
Frivolous Superficial, without serious purpose or value, silly, giddy
Haughty Proud and vain to the point of arrogance
Hollow Meaningless, without significance, empty
Lyrical Expressing a poet’s inner feelings; emotions; full of images; song-like
Lugubrious Full of sorrow or sadness; sad in an exaggerated or insincere matter
Melodramatic Emotional or dramatic in a way that is very extreme or exaggerated
Ostentatious Displaying knowledge or wealth that is meant to attract attention, admiration, or envy
Petulant Ill-humored; having or showing the attitude of people who get angry and annoyed when they do not get what they want
Quizzical Odd, eccentric, amusing
Reverent Treating a subject with honor and respect
Romantic Fanciful, impractical, unrealistic; dominated by idealism
Turgid Excessively embellished in style or language; pompous; bombastic
Wry Slightly sarcastic in a humorous way; clever with a bit of irony
Woeful Wretched, unhappy