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English 9 Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
languish
pernicious
augment
purge
v, to suffer hardship and distress; to become uninterested in…
adj, causing great injury, destruction, or ruin
v, to increase in size or amount
v, to rid of whatever is impure or undesirable
languish
v, to suffer hardship and distress; to become uninterested in…
pernicious
adj, causing great injury, destruction, or ruin
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English 9 -Romeo & Juliet -Garmon
aside
couplet
foil
pun
a line spoken by an actor but not intended for the other char…
2 rhyming lines in poetry
a contrasting character; opposite of another
a play on words; a humorous use of a word to emphasis differe…
aside
a line spoken by an actor but not intended for the other char…
couplet
2 rhyming lines in poetry
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Romeo & Juliet - VISA English 9
banish
star-crossed
torch
kinsmen
Forced to leave (verb)
doomed (adjective)
a light carried in the hand
relatives
banish
Forced to leave (verb)
star-crossed
doomed (adjective)
English-9 Romeo and Juliet
Pentecost
Purge
Adieu
Abhorred
A christian holiday, 50 days after easter
To get rid of
French word for "goodbye"
Hated or dreaded
Pentecost
A christian holiday, 50 days after easter
Purge
To get rid of
English 9 - Romeo & Juliet - MORGAN
Drama
Tragedy
Comedy
Iambic Pentameter
fictional representation through dialogue and performance
type of drama that presents serious subject matter about huma…
type of drama that is amusing and satirical in tone and usual…
the type of meter Shakespere used in all of his works (5 beat…
Drama
fictional representation through dialogue and performance
Tragedy
type of drama that presents serious subject matter about huma…
32 terms
Romeo & Juliet English 9
lamentable
blank verse
paraphrase
pernicious
(adj) regrettable; unfortunate
n. poetry with regular meter but no rhyme
v. restarting or rewording
adj. hurtful, fatal, wicked
lamentable
(adj) regrettable; unfortunate
blank verse
n. poetry with regular meter but no rhyme
32 terms
English 9- romeo and juliet
bard of avon
popular entertainment
Queen Elizabeth 1
groundlings
William Shakespeare is called this because he was born in the…
Shakespeare's plays were originally written for this
the time in which Shakespeare lived is known as the "Elizabet…
in the Elizabethan theater, spectators standing in an open ar…
bard of avon
William Shakespeare is called this because he was born in the…
popular entertainment
Shakespeare's plays were originally written for this
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English 9 romeo and juliet
Adveraies
Augment
Chaste
Disposition
Person.group
Enlarge in size
Virgin
State of mind regarding something
Adveraies
Person.group
Augment
Enlarge in size
English 9 Romeo and Juliet
Monologue
Soliloquy
Aside
Metaphor
Long speech by one actor in a play or movie
An act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
A saying in the play by one character that is suppose to be h…
Comparing two things not using "like" or "as"
Monologue
Long speech by one actor in a play or movie
Soliloquy
An act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
173 terms
Romeo and Juliet English 9
Dramatic elements
Elisabeth England
William Shakespeare
Active reading strategies
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Dramatic elements
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Elisabeth England
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Romeo and Juliet -- English 9 (Lynch)
mutiny
flourish
pernicious
fray
open rebellion against authority
making dramatic, sweeping gestures; waving
exceedingly harmful; deadly
a noisy fight; skirmish or battle
mutiny
open rebellion against authority
flourish
making dramatic, sweeping gestures; waving
English 9- Workshop 1
Aspire
Circumstances
Drastic
Significant
to do something or like to do it fun
Facts and Information that events happens
Exremely severe or extensive
important; of consequence
Aspire
to do something or like to do it fun
Circumstances
Facts and Information that events happens
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English 9: Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary Act 1
augment
adversary
disposition
flourish
to increase
enemy;
mood;
showiness;
augment
to increase
adversary
enemy;
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English 9: Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
Iambic Pentameter
Iamb
Monologue
Soliloquy
lines of poetry that contain 5 iambs
metrical foot, or unit of measure, consisting of an unstresse…
a long speech by one actor in a play; a long and typically te…
a speech made by a character alone on the stage
Iambic Pentameter
lines of poetry that contain 5 iambs
Iamb
metrical foot, or unit of measure, consisting of an unstresse…
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English 9 Romeo and Juliet
Aside
Soliloquy
Monologue
character Foil
words spoken by a character in an undertone. not intended for…
a speech in which a character is alone on stage and expresses…
a long, uninterrupted speech presented in front of other char…
a character who contrasts with another character
Aside
words spoken by a character in an undertone. not intended for…
Soliloquy
a speech in which a character is alone on stage and expresses…
English 9 - Romeo and Juliet
pun
oxymoron
comic relief
aside
clever play on words
two opposite words combined
servant/clown makes a joke to relieve tension in a scene
when a comment is made to a "side character"
pun
clever play on words
oxymoron
two opposite words combined
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English 9 Final Vocabulary, Romeo and Juliet
profane
trifling
pesitilence
portenous
Showing contempt toward sacred things
unimportant, frivolous
a fatal disease that many, many people get
threatening, bad is about to happen
profane
Showing contempt toward sacred things
trifling
unimportant, frivolous
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ENGLISH 9- Romeo & Juliet Vocab
Profane
Enmity
Languish
Portentous
- Adjective... - Unholy; impure
- Noun... - Hatred
- Verb... - To become less intense
- Adjective... - Ominous; threatening; evil
Profane
- Adjective... - Unholy; impure
Enmity
- Noun... - Hatred
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English 9 Romeo and Juliet
why was Romeo banished?
Romeo and Juliet couldn't be together…
Who performs romeo and juliet's marriage
What does the nurse advise Juliet to d…
because Romeo killed Tybalt
family feud
Friar Lawrence
Act as if romeo is dead and marry Paris
why was Romeo banished?
because Romeo killed Tybalt
Romeo and Juliet couldn't be together…
family feud
Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary (English 9)
Monologue
Soliloquy
Aside
(Dramatic) Foil
A lengthy speech addressed to other characters.
A speech in which a character, alone on stage, expresses his…
A remark made to the audience, unheard by other characters.
A character who highlights or brings out the personality trai…
Monologue
A lengthy speech addressed to other characters.
Soliloquy
A speech in which a character, alone on stage, expresses his…
Romeo+Juliet English 9
M
G
m
g
Good Morrow Father
Our romeo hath not been to bed tonight
The last is true, the sweeter rest was mine
been with rosaline?
M
Good Morrow Father
G
Our romeo hath not been to bed tonight
Romeo and Juliet Vocab // English 9
Profaners
Pernicious
Portentous
Augmenting
Unholy people (noun)
Evil; destructive; deadly (adj.)
Ominous; threatening (adj.)
To make greater in size (verb)
Profaners
Unholy people (noun)
Pernicious
Evil; destructive; deadly (adj.)
10 terms
English 9 Unit 3 Vocabulary Workshop
abridge
altercation
condone
dissent
v. to make shorter
n. an angry argument
v. to pardon or overlook
v. to disagree; n. disagreement
abridge
v. to make shorter
altercation
n. an angry argument
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English 9 Unit 7 Vocabulary Workshop
advent
assimilate
exorbitant
interim
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
(adj.) unreasonably high; excessive
(n.) the time between; (adj.) temporary, coming between two p…
advent
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
assimilate
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
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English 9 Romeo & Juliet Act 3 People
Tybalt
Romeo
Prince
Friar Lawrence
killed Mercutio
killed Tybalt
banished Romeo from Verona
told Romeo to be thankful for his life
Tybalt
killed Mercutio
Romeo
killed Tybalt
English 9 Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Apothecary
Chinks
City-state
Chrous
Person who mixes and sells medicinal drugs
Wealth;luck
A form of government started in Ancient Greece that recognize…
Character(s) who speak the prologue and epilogue
Apothecary
Person who mixes and sells medicinal drugs
Chinks
Wealth;luck
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English 9 Romeo and Juliet terms
Simile
Metaphor
Extended metaphor
Alliteration
A term used to describe figurative language. A direct compari…
A term used to describe figurative language. A direct compari…
A metaphor that is extended over a series of lines or through…
In poetry, the repetition of the same sound in a series of wo…
Simile
A term used to describe figurative language. A direct compari…
Metaphor
A term used to describe figurative language. A direct compari…
10 terms
English 9 Unit 6 Vocabulary Workshop
atone
credible
diligent
hamper
v. to make up for
adj. believable
adj. hardworking, industrious, not lazy
v. to hold back
atone
v. to make up for
credible
adj. believable
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CHS English 9- Romeo and Juliet
tyrant
adversary
augmenting
portentous
someone who uses power in a cruel and unfair way
an enemy or opponent
to increase the size or amount (of something)
giving a sign or warning that something usually bad or unplea…
tyrant
someone who uses power in a cruel and unfair way
adversary
an enemy or opponent
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Honors English 9 Romeo and Juliet
4 quatrains 1 couplet
each line has 10 syllables
a, b, a, b, c, d, c, d, e, f, e, f, g, g
inversion
What is in a Shakespearian Sonnet?
What does iambic pentameter mean?
What is the rhyme scheme of the Shakespearian Sonnet in the P…
What means switching word order?
4 quatrains 1 couplet
What is in a Shakespearian Sonnet?
each line has 10 syllables
What does iambic pentameter mean?
Romeo and Juliet -- English 9 (Lynch)
mutiny
flourish
pernicious
fray
open rebellion against authority
making dramatic, sweeping gestures; waving
exceedingly harmful; deadly
a noisy fight; skirmish or battle
mutiny
open rebellion against authority
flourish
making dramatic, sweeping gestures; waving
31 terms
English 9 Romeo and Juliet vocabulary
Pernicious
Adversary
Augmenting
Grievance
Causing great injury or ruin
Person who opposes or fights against another
Increasing; enlarging
Injustice; complaint
Pernicious
Causing great injury or ruin
Adversary
Person who opposes or fights against another
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English 9 Romeo & Juliet Act 3 Quotes
I pray thee, good Mercutio, let's reti…
I beg for justice, which thou, Prince…
And for that offense, immediately we d…
A plague a both your houses! They have…
Benvolio
Lady Capulet
Prince Escalus
Mercutio
I pray thee, good Mercutio, let's reti…
Benvolio
I beg for justice, which thou, Prince…
Lady Capulet
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romeo and juliet vocab english 9
comedy
history
tradgedy
act
an entertainment with a happy ending. ends in marriage
a retelling of an important event or person's life.
a drama that told the story of the fall of a person of highh…
major division of the play
comedy
an entertainment with a happy ending. ends in marriage
history
a retelling of an important event or person's life.
20 terms
English 9 Vocabulary: Romeo and Juliet
Augment
Boisterous
Dexterity
Disparage
To increase in size or amount of something
Unrestrained, rowdy, or noisily height-spirited
Skill with the hands, body, or mind
To belittle, degrade, or discredit
Augment
To increase in size or amount of something
Boisterous
Unrestrained, rowdy, or noisily height-spirited
9 English terms (Romeo and Juliet)
Prologue
Sonnet
Allusion
Soliloquy
A separate introductory section of a literary work
Fourteen line poem that is usually written in iambic pentameter
A reference to a person, place, or event from another literar…
long speech in which the character speaks his thoughts aloud
Prologue
A separate introductory section of a literary work
Sonnet
Fourteen line poem that is usually written in iambic pentameter
English 9 Workshop 1
Circumstances
Drastic
Urgent
Significant
a fact or condition with or relevant to an event or action
acting with force or violence
compelling or requiring immediate action or attention; impera…
sufficiently great or important to be worthy of attention; no…
Circumstances
a fact or condition with or relevant to an event or action
Drastic
acting with force or violence
WORKSHOP 1 ENGLISH 9
Circumstance
Urgent
Aspire
Drastic
A fact or condition connected with or relevant to an event or…
(Of state or situation) requiring immediate action or attention
Direct one's hopes or ambitions toward achieving something
Likely to have a strong of far-reaching effect; radical and e…
Circumstance
A fact or condition connected with or relevant to an event or…
Urgent
(Of state or situation) requiring immediate action or attention
23 terms
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary English 9
Submission
Effeminate
Martial
Affliction
Yielding to a superior force
Having feminine traits
Warlike
A state of pain or distress
Submission
Yielding to a superior force
Effeminate
Having feminine traits
Vocabulary Workshop: English 9 Unit 1
adulterate
ambidextrous
augment
bereft
To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
To make larger, increse
Deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
adulterate
To corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
ambidextrous
Able to use both hands equally well; very skillful; deceitful…
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Romeo and Juliet (english9)
Who is the Prince of Verona?
Who is Paris?
Who are the heads of the feuding houses?
Who is Capulet's kinsman?
Escalus
A young count, kinsman to the prince
Montague and Capulet
An Old Man
Who is the Prince of Verona?
Escalus
Who is Paris?
A young count, kinsman to the prince
Vocabulary Workshop: English 9 Unit 2
adroit
amicable
averse
belligerent
skillful, expert in the use of the use of the hands or mind
peaceable, friendly
having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling
given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive; one at war…
adroit
skillful, expert in the use of the use of the hands or mind
amicable
peaceable, friendly
20 terms
Romeo & Juliet Vocab English 9
acquiesce
asylum
clench
contemplate
to say yes, to agree to willingly
refuge, a place for those who seek safety
to grasp or to hold tightly (I clenched my fists/teeth)
to think/look thoughtfully for a period of time
acquiesce
to say yes, to agree to willingly
asylum
refuge, a place for those who seek safety
English 9 ROMEO AND JULIET stuff
"I look to like if looking liking move"
"my only love sprung from my only hate"
"I am a fortunes fool"
"I defy you stars"
juliet
romeo
romeo
romeo
"I look to like if looking liking move"
juliet
"my only love sprung from my only hate"
romeo
Vocabulary Workshop: English 9 Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
an enemy, opponent ... A best friend off the tennis court can a…
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skil…
to compel, force... Dictators try to coerce their subjects into…
adversary
an enemy, opponent ... A best friend off the tennis court can a…
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, co…
33 terms
Literary Terms English 9 workshop
1st person point of view
3rd person point of view
antagonist
protagonist
told from the main character--use I, me, my when speaking
told from an outsider looking into the story--use he, she, th…
one who is worked against the protagonist;... sometimes called t…
one who the reader wishes to succeed; most authors make the m…
1st person point of view
told from the main character--use I, me, my when speaking
3rd person point of view
told from an outsider looking into the story--use he, she, th…
14 terms
English 9: Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Couplets
Soliloquy
Internal Conflict
Prose
Two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme
An act of thinking one's thought aloud when by oneself or reg…
Psychological struggle within the mind of a literary or drama…
Natural speech, no meter, no rhyme
Couplets
Two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme
Soliloquy
An act of thinking one's thought aloud when by oneself or reg…
English 9 Romeo and Juliet Vocab
augment
profane
conjure
discourses
make something greater by adding to it; increase... e.g. Romeo i…
1. not devoted to holy or religious purposes... 2. common or vul…
make something appear unexpectedly or seemingly from nowhere…
communication of thoughts by words... e.g. in balcony scene, "Ju…
augment
make something greater by adding to it; increase... e.g. Romeo i…
profane
1. not devoted to holy or religious purposes... 2. common or vul…
Romeo and Juliet English 9 Vocab
Oxymoron
Paradox
Foe
Pernicious
a combination of contradictory or incongruent words
a statement that is seemingly contradictory or opposed to com…
opponent in game or context; enemy
highly injurious or destructive
Oxymoron
a combination of contradictory or incongruent words
Paradox
a statement that is seemingly contradictory or opposed to com…
28 terms
CHS English 9- Romeo and Juliet
tyrant
adversary
augmenting
portentous
someone who uses power in a cruel and unfair way
an enemy or opponent
to increase the size or amount (of something)
giving a sign or warning that something usually bad or unplea…
tyrant
someone who uses power in a cruel and unfair way
adversary
an enemy or opponent
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