simple, unsophisticated people (noun)
hateful, detestable, highly offensive (adj)
charmed, captivated, in love (verb)
a woman's private chamber in a medieval castle (noun); a shelter in a garden made with tree boughs or vines twined together.
the body of a dead person or animal (noun)
to catch sight of, glimpse (verb)
ridicule, mockery (noun)
a brawl, a noisy quarrel (noun)
polite, courteous (adj)
to make fun of; ridicule (verb)
a group of people who join together to help each other (noun)
expression of disgust or disapproval; e.g., "For shame! Nonsense!" (noun)
not genuine; fake; false (adj)
a small figure of a person operated from above with strings by a puppeteer (noun)
(1) a tall, skinny person (as used in the play for an insult); (2) a tall pole, decorated with flowers and ribbons, around which people dance or engage in sports during May Day celebrations (noun)
ill-tempered, continuously complaining or fault-finding (adj) (as used in the play)
tiniest of creatures (adj)
a low-growing, weedy grass that was thought to stunt one's growth (noun)
a small, round-shaped object (noun)
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