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Romeo and Juliet: Act 2 Vocabulary

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bewitch
enchant
coy
shy
attend
accompany or go with
conceive
understand
feign
to pretend or act
confound
destroy or confuse
conjure
recite a spell
chaste
virginal
intercession
the act of pleading on behalf of another
despicable
deserving to be despised; contemptible
jaunt
short journey for pleaseure
gossamer
spider webs; light and filmy
consort
an associate
frivolous
lack of seriousness or sense; trivial
entreat
to ask earnestly; to implore or beg
convoy
an escort
circumstance
a condition that modifies an even
lour
to lower in level or degree ("lower")
wanting
longing, desire
unadvised
thoughtlessly, hastily without counsel
roe
fish eggs or crustacean eggs
prate
to babble or chatter
wanton
playful; mischievous
brine
salt water; tears