adj. -Having a disgusting smell
-In the town square Mercutio joked that the nurse had a rancid smell.
n.- Excuses made for behaviour
-Were the rationalizations of Romeo and Juliet logical? Fate or free will?
adj.- Moves away from
-Juliet was receding from the tomb until she saw Romeo dead on the floor.
n.- Friendly end to a quarrel
-Was it possible for there to be a reconciliation between the feuding families?
-Who reigned as the leader in Verona during the play?
-The apothecary reiterated that he could not by law sell poison.
n. -Ability to spring back
-During the sword fights Romeo showed great resiliency.
v. -Turn to something when in need
-Juliet resorted to Friar Laurence for a solution because she could not marry Count Paris.
n. -Punishment for a wrong
-Did the Prince pronounce retribution for what Romeo did?
-The Prince had revoked Romeo's right to live in Verona as punishment for killing Tybalt.
adj. -Healthy, sturdy build of a person
-Tybalt had quite a robust build but Mercutio not so much.
v. -wake up
-Count Paris said he would rouse Juliet on Thursday their wedding day.
n. -Determination; purpose
-Romeo and Juliet resolved to marry.
adj. -Extreme; not mainstream
-Do you think Friar Laurence's plan was radical?
v. -Rushing wildly about
-Wanting revenge, Romeo was rampaging against Tybalt.