Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocab

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impetuous
acting or done quickly and without thought or care;
impulsive (adj)
garish
tastelessly showy or overdecorated in a vulgar or offensive way (adj.)
chide
to blame; scold (v.)
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object (n)
rancor
resentment; animosity; bad feeling (n)
repose
to rest; lie; place(v.) ; relaxation, peace of mind, calmness (n.)
coy
shy or modest in a flirtatious manner (adj)
fickle
shifting in character, inconstant (adj.)(In Greek dramas, the fickle gods help Achilles one day, and then harm him the next.)
discreet
careful about what one says or does; cautious (adj)
prorogued
Postpone, delayed (v)
perverse
Stubbornly doing something other than what is reasonable or required (adj)
impute
Credit, attribute; lay blame or responsibility for (sometimes falsely) (v)
procure
To obtain (v)
commend
to praise, express approval (v)
vice
bad habit (n)