english review Act 1 Romeo And Juliet

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pernicious

exceedingly harmful

nuptial

of or relating to a wedding

civil

applying to ordinary citizens

profaner

one who openly shows disrespect

augment

enlarge or increase

artificial

artificially formal

portentous

puffed up with vanity

tyrannous

marked by unjust severity or arbitrary behavior

propagate

cause to become widely known

chaste

morally pure (especially not having experienced sexual intercourse)

solemnity

a trait of dignified seriousness

initial

first

harassment

a feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented

illiterate

not able to read or write

banter

be silly or tease one another

wit

a witty amusing person who makes jokes

proclamation

a formal public statement

lamenting

mourning

effusive

uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm

fickle

liable to sudden unpredictable change

underscores

emphasizes

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