Macbeth - 2 (acts II, III)

1. blanch (James)-
Verb. To take color from; to turn pale
My face blanched in terror when saw a ghost.

2. bounteous (Matt T)-
adjective - disposed to give freely; genereous or lavish
The rich old philathropist used his bounteous wealth to endow many charities.

3. consort
(noun) a husband or wife; partner
(verb) to associate with
You do not need a consort in your life to be happy.
I will no longer consort with those people because they are a bad influence on me.

4. eminence (Bryan S)-

high station, rank, or repute.
a high place or part; a hill or elevation; height.
The principal has a position of eminence in this community.

5. equivocate (Shallan)-
verb to use unclear expressions in order to mislead; to not take a firm stance; to vacillate
When asked directly for his position on disarmament, the candidate only equivocated.

6. fitful (David)-
adj. Occurring in or characterized by intermittent bursts, as of activity; irregular.
I had a fitful night's sleep as I tossed and turned.

7. jovial (Justin)
(adj) markedly good-humored especially as evidenced by jollity and conviviality
Layla's jovial manner really got me to like her a lot because she could make me laugh.

8. largesse-
a generous bestowal of gifts.
The largesse waiting for us in our hotel room is all I could think of, our friends spoiled us with everything we liked.

9. maw (Morgan)
(noun) the nouth, stomach or guts; an opening
The maw of the sharks mouth scared the scuba diver, and as he tried to float back up to the surface of the water the rescue team helped him out of the water in time.

10. mirth (Rich)
gaiety or jollity, esp. when accompanied by laughter
He was unable to conceal his mirth and laughed out loud

11. posterity (Ian)
(noun) succeeding or future generations collectively:
Judgment of this age must be left to posterity.

12. rebuke (Brian H) -
Verb - To express stern, sharp disapproval of; reprove, reprimand.
- My parents had to rebuked me when I broke curfew and took my car.

13. sovereignty
a supreme power especially over a body politic
b: freedom from external control
The Wife of Bath wanted sovreignty over herself; she didn't want to be controlled by her husband.

14. stealth (Renee)-
surreptitious; secret; not openly acknowledged:
The FBI hirednew employees using stealth because it was a secret operation.

15. surfeit-
an excessive amount
The surfeit amount of chips she ate was to many calories so she gained weight.

16. tedious (Benita)
adj. Long and tiresome
Even though parts of my job are tedious, for example assembling and counting pizza boxes, I find working with the customers interesting.