These words are in a Shakespeare play we will be reading later in the year. Because they are still in use in Modern Enlgish, some of them are sure to appear on the SAT.

idle

1. not working; not busy
2. lazy

cobbler

a person who makes or repairs shoes

carpenter

a person who builds or repairs wooden structures, such as houses, scaffolds, or shelving

apparel

clothing

sole

the bottom of a shoe

saucy

sassy; smart-mouthed--said of someone who speaks disrespectfully to superiors

awl

small, pointed tool for making holes in leather or wood

trod

stepped

beseech

ask for or request earnestly; beg for; plead with

chariot

a two-wheeled horse-drawn battle vehicle

tributary

a person or nation that pays tribute in acknowledgment of subjugation or the like

captive

a prisoner, especially one captured in a war

replication

echo

concave

curved inward, creating a hollow space

Tiber

river flowing through Rome

attire

clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes

strew

spread randomly; sprinkle; scatter

cobble

to put together roughly or clumsily

mend

fix

meddle

interfere

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