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Romeo & Juliet Act 1

CHS Wilman 4
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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