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English VocabularyJulius Caesar Act I Directly - without changing direction or stopping | adverb.as soon as | conjunction.Cull - select from a large quantity; obtain from a variety of sources; verb.a selective slaughter of wild animals | noun.Wont - one's customary behavior in a particular situation | noun.(of a person) in the habit of doing something; accustomed | adjective.make or be or become accustomed | verb.Construe - interpret (a word or action) in a particular way | verb.Accoutered - clothe or equip, typically in something noticeable or impressive | verb.Colossus - a statue that is much bigger than life size | noun.Fain - pleased or willing under the circumstances | adjective.with pleasure (gladly) | adverb.Thews - muscular strength (muscles) | noun.Yoke - a wooden cross piece that is fastened over the necks of two animals and attached to the plow or cart that they are to pull | noun.put a yoke on (a pair of animals); couple or attach with or to a yoke | verb.Alchemy - the medieval forerunner of chemistry, based on the supposed transformation of matter. It was concerned particularly with attempts to convert base metals into gold or to find a universal elixir | noun.Julius Caesar Act IISpurn - reject with disdain or contempt | verb.an act of spurning | noun.Visage - a person's face, with reference to the form or proportions of the features; noun.Affability - the quality of being affable; geniality | noun.Mettle - a person's ability to cope well with difficulties or to face a demanding situation in a spirited and resilient way | noun.Commend - praise formally or officially | verb.Purge - rid (someone) of an unwanted feeling, memory, or condition, typically giving a sense of cathartic release | verb.an abrupt or violent removal of a group of people from an organization or place | noun.Augur - (of an event or circumstance) portend a good or bad outcome | verb.(in ancient Rome) a religious official who observed natural signs, especially the behavior of birds, interpreting these as an indication of divine approval or disapproval of a proposed action | noun.Appertain - relate to; concern | verb.Imminent - about to happen | adjective.Amiss - not quite right; inappropriate or out of place | adjective.
wrongly or inappropriately | verb.Julius Caesar Act IIIConstant - occurring continuously over a period of time | adjective.Redress - remedy or set right (an undesirable or unfair situation) | verb.remedy or compensation for a wrong or grievance | noun.Cur - an aggressive dog or one that is in poor condition, especially a mongrel | noun.Repeal - revoke or annul (a law or congressional act) | verb.the action of revoking or annulling a law or congressional act | noun.

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