[Romeo and Juliet] vocabulary
the act of transgressing noun; the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle
freethinker, nonconformist; person who maintains opinion contrary to church doctrine
the act of transgressing noun Ex. the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle
a blood relative [esp. a man]
quick and well-coordinated in movement
to obtain through special effort; to bring about
the comfort you feel when consoled in times of disappointment. [OR] the act of consoling
despise; to regard with extreme hatred.
examine or consider with attention and in detail
a state of extreme poverty or destitution
Verb- [1275-1325; ME] To sway to and fro
adjective- [1400-50; late ME < L lāmentābilis,] that is to be lamented; regrettable; unfortunate
adjective [1350-1400; ME gala(u)nt] brave, spirited, noble-minded, or chivalrous
noun [1250-1300; ME frai] a fight, battle, or skirmish
adjective [bef. 1000; ME fikel, OE ficol deceitful] likely to change, esp. due to caprice, irresolution, or instability
adjective [1250-1300; ME lothsom] causing feelings of loathing; disgusting; revolting; repulsive
adjective [1375-1425; late ME < ML tēdiōsus] long and tiresome.
verb [1175-1225; ME enjoi(g)nen < OF enjoindre] to prescribe (a course of action) with authority or emphasis
noun [1350-1400; ME < AF < L ēloquentia] the practice or art of using language with fluency and aptness.
noun [1300-50; ME remna(u)nt] a remaining, usually small part, quantity, number, or the like.
adjective [1520-30; obs. haught] disdainfully proud; snobbish; scornfully arrogant; supercilious