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Study the word list: Macbeth 1

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witches
A witches laugh is called a cackle. *
soliloquy
A soliloquy allows us into the mind of the character. *
supernatural
Gothic is a style of writing characterised by horror, intense emotion and supernatural events. *
bravery
I admire her bravery.
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aside

superstitious
He was superstitious about walking underneath a ladder. *
valiant
A valiant action is very brave and determined, though it may lead to failure or defeat. *
heinous

irony
When someone means something other than what they say; the most obvious form is sarcasm, but irony is usually more subtle. *
protagonist
Antagonist is the person or force within a story that opposes the protagonist or hero. *
loyalty

manipulative
She was sly, selfish and manipulative. *
atmosphere
The earth's atmosphere is one-fifth oxygen.
traitor
A traitor is someone who betrays his country.

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