The Scarlet Letter

"Thy acts are like mercy," said Hester, bewildered and appalled; "but thy words interpret thee as a terror!" What does Hester mean by this statement?

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Chillingworth claims he has no vengeance against Hester yet wants to destroy the man who has had an affair, Dimmesdale, with Hester.