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20 terms

R&J Act 3/4 Part I

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dexterity
n. skill or grace in physical beauty
retort
n. a witty comeback
agile
n. physically fit or flexible
amorous
adj. full of love
garish
adj. gaudy; tasteless; showy
calamity
n. an extreme misfortune
prevail
v. to triumph
reconcile
v. to settle a quarrel
immoderately
adj. without restraint; excessively
inundation
n. a flooding or overflowing
pensive
adj. thinking deeply or seriously
compass
v. to go around
arbitrating
v. or adj. settling a dispute fairly
vial
n. a small vessel or bottle containing medicine or liquids
stark
adj. harsh; severe
bier
n. a stand bearing a coffin or corpse
abate
v. to make less in amount, degree, etc.
valor
n. personal bravery in combat
repent
v. to feel sorry for doing something
behest
n. an order, command, or request