Romeo & Juliet Act 1

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CHS Wilman 4

pernicious

exceedingly harmful

augment

enlarge or increase

portentous

of ominous significance

importune

to beg

propagate

become distributed or widespread

purge

rid of impurities

posterity

all future generations

mar

make imperfect

languish

become feeble

disposition

your usual mood

hoodwink

to mislead by a trick

visage

face

courtier

an attendant at a royal court

benefice

A church appointment that included a guaranteed income

knave

untrustworthy person; rogue; scoundrel

disparagement

Criticism; censure

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