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Much Ado About Nothing 1

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slander
to speak badly about someone publicly; to spread malicious rumor
flout
treat with contemptuous disregard
impediment
hindrance; obstacle
valiant
brave, courageous
amorous
expressing love or the state of being in love
bestow
give as a gift
tedious
boring; tiresome
blithe
carefree; happy; lighthearted
quip
witty remark
mirth
merriment; laughter
incensed
angered at something unjust or wrong
skirmish
a minor short-term fight
disdain
contempt
commendation
praise
reconcile
to restore to friendship
obstinate
stubborn
disposition
a person's inherent qualities of mind and character
melancholy
depressed
shrewd
clever
displeasure
a feeling of annoyance or disapproval
covertly
secretly
renowned
well-known, famous
virtuous
showing high moral standards
requited
returned
immodest
lacking humility or decency
rail
to complain about bitterly
solicit
to seek to obtain by persuasion
hearsay
rumor; gossip
villainy
wickedness
lechery
lewd or vulgar behavior