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Plight

(Act 1)
n.
Unfavorable state, situation, or condition
Broil

(Act 1)
n.
Quarrel, brawl, or battle
Disdain

(Act 1)
v.
To treat or look upon with contempt; unworthy of notice
Vantage

(Act 1)
n.
Advantage, benefit, or gain
Flout

(Act 1)
n.
To show contempt for, scorn
Corporal

(Act 1)
adj.

of or relating to the body
harbinger

(Act 1)
n.
One that indicates or foreshadows what is to come; who signals the approach of another
Weird

(Act 1)
Fate-determining or destiny
Impede

(Act 1)
v.
To obstruct the progression of an act
Beguile

(Act 1)
v.
To deceive those around us
Quell

(Act 1)
v.
to murder
Wassail

(Act 1)
v.
to convince; overpower
mettle

(Act 1)
n.
Spirit
Warder

(Act 1)
n.
Gaurdian
Fantasical

Act 1
adj.
Based of or existing only in fantasy; unreal; imaginary
Husbandry

Act 2
n.
Careful, thrifty management of domestic resources
Summons

Act 2
n.
a request, demand, call to duty, task of performance
Still

Act 2
v.
Always, continue to
Franchise

Act 2
v.
To make or set free
Palpable

Act 2
adj.
Plainly visible, tangible (real)
Marshal

Act 2
v.
to usher or lead
Surfeit

Act 2
v.
To eat or drink excessively
Contend

Act 2
v.
to struggle, oppose
Clamor

Act 2
v.
to make loud noises; to drive, force, influence noisily
Badge

Act 2
v, adj.
to furnish a mark with a badge; a characteristic mark
Benison

Act 2
n.
a spoken blessing
Verity

Act 3
n.
The truth; the real facts or circumstances
Indissoluble

Act 3
adj.
firm, stable; perpetual binding or obligatory
Invention

Act 3
n.
fabrication; fiction; plan
Unlineal

Act 3
adj.
not of direct descent or succession
Probation

Act 3
n.
trial; proof
Fancy

Act 3
n.
idea or opinion with little foundation or justification
Scotch

Act 3
v.
To wound or render harmless for a time
Seel

Act 3
v.
to make blind; to close a person's eyes
Vouch

Act 3
v.
to allege, affirm, guarantee
Bide

Act 3
v.
to remain, wait
Harp

Act 4
v.
to give voice ot utterance to
Avarice

Act 4
n.
Insatiable greed for riches; inordinate desire to gain or hoard wealth
Scruples

Act 4
n.
Tiny parts; doubt; difficulty
Slope

Act 4
v.
To bend or let fall
Perturbation

Act 5
n.
A mental agitation
Charge

Act 5
v.
to suffuse (permeate) with emotion
Mortify

Act 5
adj.
Dead to the world; deadened; destroyed
Gentry

Act 5
n.
Rank according to birth; nobility; nobles
distempered

Act 5
adj.
Disordered; deranged; disturbed
Upbraid

Act 5
v.
to bring forward as grounds or basis for censure (officially disapproved of)
Skirr

Act 5
v.
To fly, whir, scour
Raze

Act 5
v.
to obliterate; destroy completely
Pristine

Act 5
adj.
having original purity; uncontaminated
Treatise

Act 5
n.
Tale; talk