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Theory:

Meanings of the difficult words from the lesson "The Tempest":
  
S.No
WordsMeanings
1
Island  A piece of land surrounded by water 
2
Inhabitant A person who lives in or occupies a place 
3
Memory  Something remembered from the past 
4
Imprison To put someone in prison or in a situation that is like a prison
   5Obedient  Doing or willing to do what you have been asked or ordered to do by someone in authority
6
Will  The wish or thing that one desires for 
7
Pleasure A feeling of happy satisfaction and enjoyment 
8
TormentTo cause a person or animal to suffer or worry
9
Monster Any imaginary frightening creature, especially one that is large and strange
10
SlaveA person who is legally owned by someone else and has to work for that person
11
Laborious Needing a lot of time and effort
12
StormAn extreme weather condition with very strong wind, heavy rain, and often thunder and lightning
13
Dreadful Causing fear, shock, or suffering
14
DistressA feeling of extreme worry, sadness, or pain
15
PerishTo die, especially by a ship wreck or by accident or to be destroyed
16
IgnorantNot having enough knowledge, understanding, or information about something
17
Heir The person who legally receives money, property, or possessions from someone who has died
18
Possession The fact that you have or own something
19
SubjectA person who lives in or who has the right to live in a particular
20
Deprive  To take something, especially something necessary or pleasant, away from someone
21
Dukedom The rank of a duke, or the land owned by a duke
22
TackleThe equipment used in fishing or to lift or raise things on a ship
23
ProvisionTo supply someone with food, drink, or equipment, especially for a journey
24
Mast A tall pole on a boat or ship that supports its sails
25
ApparelClothes especially of a special type
26
DukeA man of very high rank in a country, or the ruler of a small independent country
27
Trouble
To cause someone to be worried or nervous
28
Conversation
Talk between two or more people in which thoughts, feelings, and ideas are expressed, questions are asked and answered, or news and information is exchanged
29
Innocent Having no knowledge of the unpleasant and evil things in life
30
MisfortuneBad luck, or an unlucky event
31
TempestA violent storm
32
TaskA piece of work to be done or undertaken
33
Description Something that tells you what something or someone is like
34
StormAn extreme weather condition with very strong wind, heavy rain, and often thunder and lightning
35
TerrorExtreme fear or violent action that causes fear
36
MarinerA person who works on a ship; a sailor
37
Lament To express sadness and feeling sorry about something
38
IsleAn island
39
HarbourAn area of water next to the coast, often protected from the sea by a thick wall, where ships and boats can shelter
40
Crew A group of people who work together, especially all those who work on and operate a ship, aircraft, etc
41
Invisible Impossible to see
42
GriefExtreme sadness caused by the loss of someone or something
43
Amazement A feeling of great surprise or wonder
44
YonderA distant place, usually within sight
45
BeardA growth of hair on the chin and lower cheeks of a man's face
46
HuskThe dry, outer covering of some fruits and seeds
47
EnchantTo have a magical effect on someone or something
48
Interrupt
To stop a person from speaking for a short period by something you say or do
49
AcornAn oval nut that grows on an oak tree and has an outer part shaped like a cup 
50
Chide To speak to someone severely because they have behaved badly 
51
Advocate  To publicly support or suggest an idea, development, or way of doing something 
52
Impostor A person who pretends to be someone else in order to deceive others 
53
ConstancyThe quality of being faithful and dependable 
54
Invisible Unable to be seen 
55
Overhear  To hear what other people are saying without intending to and without their knowledge 
56
Disobey  Fail to obey rules, a command, or someone in authority 
57
Laborious  Needing a lot of time and effort 
58
Fatigue Extreme tiredness resulting from mental or physical exertion or illness 
59
VexationThe state of being annoyed, frustrated, or worried
60
Famish Reduce someone to extreme hunger 
61
Banquet An elaborate and formal meal for many people 
62
Monster  A large, ugly, and frightening imaginary creature
63
Vanish Disappear suddenly and completely 
64
Harpy In Greek mythology, a creature with the head of a woman and the body of a bird 
65
Afflict  To make someone or something suffer physically or mentally 
66
Infant  A very young child or baby 
67
Injustice  Lack of fairness or justice 
68
Stupefied  Make someone unable to think or feel properly 
69
Repentance The fact of showing that you are very sorry for something bad you have done in the past, and wish that you had not done it 
70
Unexpected  Not expected or regarded as likely to happen 
71
Drown Die through submersion in and inhalation of water 
72
Astonish Surprise or impress someone greatly 
73
Renown  The condition of being known or talked about by many people; fame 
74
Forgiveness The action or process of forgiving or being forgiven 
75
Dismiss Order or allow to leave; send away