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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Counterfeit
Cunning
Intercession
Invocation
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another
the act of asking for help or support especially from a god
Counterfeit
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
Cunning
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
jest
impetuous
judicious
garish
to joke, prank
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
possessing sound judgment, cautious, shrewd
marred by excessive ornamentation; gaudy
jest
to joke, prank
impetuous
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Vocabulary
solemnity
profane
rapier
trifling
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
unholy, defiled, impure
a sword
small, unimportant
solemnity
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
profane
unholy, defiled, impure
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Romeo and Juliet Act Vocabulary
Scorn
Forswear
Scant
Quarrel
Lack of respect and intense dislike
Formally reject a held belief, usually under pressure
Limited; barely sufficient
An angry dispute
Scorn
Lack of respect and intense dislike
Forswear
Formally reject a held belief, usually under pressure
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Vocabulary
Adversary
Augmenting
Beseech
Grievance
one that contends with, opposes, or resists
increasing the size or amount
to beg for urgently or anxiously
a statement in which you say you are unhappy or not satisfied…
Adversary
one that contends with, opposes, or resists
Augmenting
increasing the size or amount
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 1 Vocabulary
Augmenting
Bliss
Endure
Foes
To make larger, or more numerous
Supreme happiness
To put up with; to survive a hardship.
People who feel hatred toward others.
Augmenting
To make larger, or more numerous
Bliss
Supreme happiness
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Vanity
Jests
Inquire
Infinite
Excessive pride in admiration
Said or done for amusement
Ask for information
Limitless or endless
Vanity
Excessive pride in admiration
Jests
Said or done for amusement
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Counterfeit
Cunning
Intercession
Invocation
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another
the act of asking for help or support especially from a god
Counterfeit
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
Cunning
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
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Romeo & Juliet Act II Vocabulary
Conjure
Envious
Peril
Perverse
to charge, entreat, charm, bewitch; to call upon or command a…
full of jealousy for another's possessions.
exposure to injury, risk, danger
determined not to do what is expected, contrary
Conjure
to charge, entreat, charm, bewitch; to call upon or command a…
Envious
full of jealousy for another's possessions.
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Romeo & Juliet Act I Vocabulary
Augment
Adversary
Chaste
Exquisite
to increase or intensify
an opponent or enemy
virtuous, decent, pure in style or manner, virginal
of special beauty or charm
Augment
to increase or intensify
Adversary
an opponent or enemy
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Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
dissembler
jocund
puling
agile
one who hides himself or puts on a false appearance
cheerful, merry
whining, whimpering
well-balanced and quick on one's feet, nimble
dissembler
one who hides himself or puts on a false appearance
jocund
cheerful, merry
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Romeo & Juliet Act I Vocabulary
Profaners
Pernicious
Augmenting
Portentous
Marked by contempt or irreverence for what is sacred.
Having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way.
To make (something) greater by adding to it; increase.
Done in a pompously or overly solemn manner so as to impress.
Profaners
Marked by contempt or irreverence for what is sacred.
Pernicious
Having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way.
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Act Four Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
array
bear
beguile
dismal
to place (a group of things) in a particular position
to accept or endure something
to trick or deceive someone
showing or causing unhappiness or sad feelings
array
to place (a group of things) in a particular position
bear
to accept or endure something
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Vocabulary
solemnity
profane
rapier
trifling
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
unholy, defiled, impure
a sword
small, unimportant
solemnity
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
profane
unholy, defiled, impure
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
infinite
heir
cease
vanity
never ending
a person who inherits another's belongings
to stop
feelings of excessive pride in oneself
infinite
never ending
heir
a person who inherits another's belongings
Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
appertaining... "Doth much excuse the ap…
consort... "Thou, wretched boy, that did…
mantle... "Hood my unmann'd blood, batin…
tedious... "so tedious is this day"
to belong as a proper function or part
a companion or partner
a cloak
moving or progressing very slowly
appertaining... "Doth much excuse the ap…
to belong as a proper function or part
consort... "Thou, wretched boy, that did…
a companion or partner
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 2 Vocabulary
invocation
discourse
enmity
impute
(v.) the act of appealing for help
(v.) to narrate or discuss
(n.) deep-seated, often mutual hatred
(v.) credit, attribute; lay blame or responsibility for (some…
invocation
(v.) the act of appealing for help
discourse
(v.) to narrate or discuss
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Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
dissembler
jocund
puling
agile
one who hides himself or puts on a false appearance
cheerful, merry
whining, whimpering
well-balanced and quick on one's feet, nimble
dissembler
one who hides himself or puts on a false appearance
jocund
cheerful, merry
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Romeo and Juliet - Act V Vocabulary
presage
apothecary
penury
obsequy
(v.) To foreshadow or point to a future event; to predict
(n.) druggist, pharmacist
(n.) extreme poverty; insufficiency
(n.) a funeral rite or ceremony
presage
(v.) To foreshadow or point to a future event; to predict
apothecary
(n.) druggist, pharmacist
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Vocabulary
profane
rapier
enmity
shrift
unholy, defiled, impure
a sword
hatred
confession
profane
unholy, defiled, impure
rapier
a sword
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Romeo and Juliet - Act IV Vocabulary
distill
abate
behest
enjoin
(v.) to purify or refine
(v.) to reduce in amount or intensity
(n.) a command or urgent request
(v.) give instructions to or direct somebody to do something…
distill
(v.) to purify or refine
abate
(v.) to reduce in amount or intensity
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 3 Vocabulary
apt
consort
discord
grievance
(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
(v.) to associate; be friendly with
(n.) strife; conflict
(n.) injustice; complaint
apt
(adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn
consort
(v.) to associate; be friendly with
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Romeo and Juliet Act III Vocabulary
spurn
repealing
confounded
mutiny
To refuse with scorn, disdain
to revoke or withdraw formally or officially
confused
Open rebellion against authority
spurn
To refuse with scorn, disdain
repealing
to revoke or withdraw formally or officially
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Romeo and Juliet Act I. Vocabulary
Adversary
Ambling
Augment
Beseech
Opponent; enemy
Strolling
To increase
To beg
Adversary
Opponent; enemy
Ambling
Strolling
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Vocabulary
solemnity
profane
rapier
trifling
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
unholy, defiled, impure
a sword
small, unimportant
solemnity
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
profane
unholy, defiled, impure
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
jest
impetuous
judicious
garish
to joke, prank
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
possessing sound judgment, cautious, shrewd
marred by excessive ornamentation; gaudy
jest
to joke, prank
impetuous
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
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Romeo and Juliet - Act V Vocabulary
presage
apothecary
penury
obsequy
(v.) To foreshadow or point to a future event; to predict
(n.) druggist, pharmacist
(n.) extreme poverty; insufficiency
(n.) a funeral rite or ceremony
presage
(v.) To foreshadow or point to a future event; to predict
apothecary
(n.) druggist, pharmacist
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Romeo and Juliet Act II Vocabulary
Cunning
Enmity
Feign
Idolatry
skill in deception; craftiness
Hatred
To act as if; pretend
Worship
Cunning
skill in deception; craftiness
Enmity
Hatred
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Romeo and Juliet Act III Vocabulary
Bedeck
Chide
Consort
Forbear
To adorn
To Scold
To accompany; to hang out with
To refrain; to avoid
Bedeck
To adorn
Chide
To Scold
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Romeo and Juliet Act Vocabulary
pernicious
adversary
augmenting
grievance
causing great injury or ruin
a person who opposes or fights against another
increasing; enlarging
injustice; complaint
pernicious
causing great injury or ruin
adversary
a person who opposes or fights against another
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1
bard
mutiny
piteous
strife
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
deserving or inciting pity
Conflict or struggle.
bard
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
mutiny
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
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Romeo and Juliet Act I
grudge
fray
rebellious
adversary
something held against someone else
a fight; battle; struggle
not following rules; defiant
enemy
grudge
something held against someone else
fray
a fight; battle; struggle
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Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
Plague
Exile
Antidote
ascend
An infectious fatal disease
One who has been banished from his country
Something that counteracts a poison
to move upward; to rise
Plague
An infectious fatal disease
Exile
One who has been banished from his country
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Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
Submission
Plague
Exile
Banish
To give in to another (submit)
An infectious fatal disease
One who has been banished from his country
To force to leave a country
Submission
To give in to another (submit)
Plague
An infectious fatal disease
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Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Act III
Brawl
Effeminate
Exiled
Gallant
fist fight or quarrel
like a lady; feminine
removed forcibly from; one's home country or place of residence
courteous and thoughtful, especially toward women
Brawl
fist fight or quarrel
Effeminate
like a lady; feminine
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Romeo & Juliet: Vocabulary Act 1
reckoning
marred
woo
fortnight
agreement; settlement; resolution
spoiled; destroyed; ruined
try to please, charm, or gain acceptance
14 days
reckoning
agreement; settlement; resolution
marred
spoiled; destroyed; ruined
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Romeo & Juliet Act I Vocabulary
augmenting
bliss
despair
endure
adding to; increasing
eternal happiness
loss of hope or confidence
tolerate; put up with
augmenting
adding to; increasing
bliss
eternal happiness
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Romeo & Juliet Act II Vocabulary
cease
conjure
desire
excels
to put an end or stop to
to call upon
a wish or want
far exceeds; does better
cease
to put an end or stop to
conjure
to call upon
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Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Act V
Aloof
Ambiguities
Apprehend
Flattering
at a distance
situations or matters that are unclear or confusing
to hold and keep close
complimentary; with great praise
Aloof
at a distance
Ambiguities
situations or matters that are unclear or confusing
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Romeo & Juliet Act 4 Vocabulary
immoderate
slander
prorogue
charnel house
exceeding just or reasonable limits; excessive; extreme
a false statement spoken with the intent of harming the reput…
to prolong or extend; to postpone or defer
a burial vault for the remains of the dead
immoderate
exceeding just or reasonable limits; excessive; extreme
slander
a false statement spoken with the intent of harming the reput…
Romeo & Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
apothecary n.
disperse v.
amorous adj.
abhor v.
a pharmacist
to break up and scatter in all directions
strongly attracted to love
to regard with horror or loathing
apothecary n.
a pharmacist
disperse v.
to break up and scatter in all directions
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Romeo & Juliet - Act I Vocabulary
foes
valiant
quarrel
quench
enemies; opponents
very brave; strong
an argument; fight
to extinguish; to satisfy
foes
enemies; opponents
valiant
very brave; strong
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Romeo and Juliet vocabulary Act 3
apace
steed
Phoebus
Phaethon
swiftly
a horse
Apollo (the sun personified)
son of the sun god - begged his father to let him drive the c…
apace
swiftly
steed
a horse
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Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Act IV
Array
Bear
Beguile
Dismal
fine, expensive clothes
carry off; transport
to deceive or trick
Depressing or hopeless
Array
fine, expensive clothes
Bear
carry off; transport
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Romeo & Juliet Act V Vocabulary
aloof
ambiguities
apprehend
flattering
at a distance
situations that are confusing on unclear
to hold and keep close
complimentary; with great praise
aloof
at a distance
ambiguities
situations that are confusing on unclear
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Romeo & Juliet: Act 5 Vocabulary
Abhor
Ambiguous
Amorous
Apothecary
To dislike
Able to be understood more than 1 way
Having strong feelings of love
Pharmacist
Abhor
To dislike
Ambiguous
Able to be understood more than 1 way
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Romeo & Juliet Act III Vocabulary
brawl
effeminate
eloquence
exiled
a fist fight or quarrel
like a lady; feminine
the ability to speak well
removed forceably from one's home country or place of residence
brawl
a fist fight or quarrel
effeminate
like a lady; feminine
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Romeo & Juliet: Act 1 Vocabulary
Adversary
Alderman
Anguish
Assail
Enemy/opponent
A senior member of an English town, country, etc.
Extreme suffering
To attack/criticize in a violent way
Adversary
Enemy/opponent
Alderman
A senior member of an English town, country, etc.
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Romeo & Juliet, Act 5 Vocabulary
banished
contagion
depart
dispose
as a punishment, made someone move from his or her home
disease that spreads from one person to another
leave
transfer to the control or; put in a particular order
banished
as a punishment, made someone move from his or her home
contagion
disease that spreads from one person to another
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Romeo & Juliet Act IV Vocabulary
array
bear
beguile
dismal
fine, expensive clothes
to carry off; transport
to deceive or trick
depressing or hopeless
array
fine, expensive clothes
bear
to carry off; transport
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