Subjugation, Domination, Oppression (Noun).
Plenty, Amplitude, Opulence.
Revision, Adjustment, Correction, Rectification, Alternation (Noun).
Decay, Decline, Deteriorate (Verb).
Entrusted, Consigned (Adjective).
Congratulations, Appreciations, Accolades (Noun).
Related to idolatry or idol-worshiping. In Shakespeare’s time, in a predominantly Christian Europe, this adjective was similar to ‘barbaric’.
Canonize, Beatify, Consecrate (Verb).
Adopted (Obsolete usage).
Attribute, Assign (Verb).
Preconceived, Decided Beforehand (Obsolete usage).
Acceptance, Reliance, Faith (Noun).
An ugly old woman, A sorceress (Noun).
Elegy, Commemoration, A memoir inscribed on someone’s tombstone (Noun).
Since, Subsequently (Obsolete usage).
Staggering, Stumbling, Faltering (Adjective).
Stubbornness, Obduracy, Inflexibility (Noun).
Accused (Adjective, Obsolete usage).
Overconfident, Arrogant, Audacious (Adjective).
Creed, Dogma, Belief, Conviction (Noun).
Illness, Sickness, Disease (Noun).
A questioning person (Obsolete usage).
Shining, Glossy, Polished, Sophisticated (Adjective).
The scar of a healed wound (Noun, Obsolete usage).
Frailty, Weakness, Feebleness (Noun).
Release, Liberation, Rescue (Noun).
Gullible, Naïve, Dupable (Adjective).
Imploring, Beseeching (Adjective).
Ambiguous, Indeterminate, Vague (Adjective).
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