14 terms

Romeo & Juliet Act II

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chide
(verb) scold severely or angrily
consort
(verb) to keep company association with
doting
(verb) to be extremely fond of someone
entreat
(verb) to ask for or request earnestly
extremities
(noun) limbs of the body, especially hands and feet; (noun) intense danger; (noun) farthest reaches or limit
feign
(verb) to make believe with the intent to deceive
forsaken
(adjective) abandoned
impute
(verb) to attribute or credit
intercession
(noun) the act of intervening (as to mediate a dispute); pray for someone
perjury
(noun) false testimony under oath
perverse
(noun) restraint or abstinence to guidance or discipline to what is right
prating
(verb) babbling
sallow
(adjective) unhealthy looking; grayish, greenish, yellowish color
vile
(adjective) thoroughly unpleasant