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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 and Juliet Act 5
apothecary
canopy
to gorge
morsel
person who prepares and sells drugs or medicine
roof-like covering, like a tent
to eat greedily
a small amount; a crumb
apothecary
person who prepares and sells drugs or medicine
canopy
roof-like covering, like a tent
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
Aloof
Restorative
Import
Ducat
at a distance (usually in feeling or interest)
serving to restore
to bring in merchandise, goods, etc. from a foreign country
gold coins formerly issued in parts of Europe
Aloof
at a distance (usually in feeling or interest)
Restorative
serving to restore
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Romeo and Juliet act 4&5 Vocabulary
inundate
shroud
resolve
scourge
to overwhelm with something
cloth used to wrap a body for burial
firmness of purpose, determination
a major affliction or hardship
inundate
to overwhelm with something
shroud
cloth used to wrap a body for burial
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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 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 Vocabulary - Act 5
lonely
without
I'm afraid
plan
not having friends/people around you.
not having
I'm sorry, but...
what you decide to do
lonely
not having friends/people around you.
without
not having
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English Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Vocabulary
effeminate
garish
exile
plague
unmanly; womanly; soft and weak
excessively bright; glaring.
the act of expelling a person from their native land
A deadly disease that spreads rapidly from person to person.
effeminate
unmanly; womanly; soft and weak
garish
excessively bright; glaring.
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Romeo and Juliet ACT 5 Vocabulary
presage
apothecary
penury
aloof
a sign of something about to happen
a health professional trained in the art of preparing drugs
a state of extreme poverty or destitution
remote in manner
presage
a sign of something about to happen
apothecary
a health professional trained in the art of preparing drugs
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English - Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
Disperse
Pestilence
Felon
Paramour
To cause to spread widely
A contagious epidemic disease
One who has committed a crime
An illicit lover
Disperse
To cause to spread widely
Pestilence
A contagious epidemic disease
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Act 4 and 5 Vocabulary( english- Romeo & Juliet)
inundate
shroud
resolve
scourge
to overwhelm with something
cloth used to wrap with burial
fitness of purpose
major hardship
inundate
to overwhelm with something
shroud
cloth used to wrap with burial
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
Immortal
Musty
Apothercary
Ducats
Living forever; never dying
Moldy; damp
Pharmacist
Gold or Silver coins of different values, formerly used in Eu…
Immortal
Living forever; never dying
Musty
Moldy; damp
14 terms
Romeo & Juliet act 5 vocabulary
misadventure
dispatch
maw
haughty
unlucky accident; mishap
kill
mouth
proud; arrogant
misadventure
unlucky accident; mishap
dispatch
kill
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"Romeo and Juliet" Act 5 Vocabulary
abhorred
ambiguities
haughty
meager
to dislike (someone or something) very much
something that does not have a single clear meaning
having or showing the insulting attitude of people who think…
very small or too small in amount, not having enough of somet…
abhorred
to dislike (someone or something) very much
ambiguities
something that does not have a single clear meaning
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
aloof
ambiguities
apprehend
flattering
at a distance, especially in feeling or interest; indifferent…
unclear, indefinite meaning or intention
to arrest by legal authority; to grasp the meaning of; to ant…
to please with complimentary marks or attention
aloof
at a distance, especially in feeling or interest; indifferent…
ambiguities
unclear, indefinite meaning or intention
18 terms
Romeo and Juliet act 5 vocabulary
Cordial
Presage
Loathsome
Beseech
Healing medicine.
foretell, predict.
Causing hatred or disgust.
To beg.
Cordial
Healing medicine.
Presage
foretell, predict.
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
apothecary
disperse
detestable
gorge
a person who prepares and sells drugs
to scatter in various directions
hateful
to eat greedily
apothecary
a person who prepares and sells drugs
disperse
to scatter in various directions
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
betrothed
debasement
dire
gaunt
engaged (to be married)
reduction in quality or moral character
extremele serious or urgent
extremely thin, especially due to suffering, hunger, or age
betrothed
engaged (to be married)
debasement
reduction in quality or moral character
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 vocabulary
post-horse
mortal
aloof
restorative
messenger on horseback
fatal
apart
medicine
post-horse
messenger on horseback
mortal
fatal
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English act 5 Romeo and Juliet
Presage
Love's shadow
Caples monument
Took post
Prophesy
Memories and dreams
Capulet burial vault
Rode a horse quickly
Presage
Prophesy
Love's shadow
Memories and dreams
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 vocabulary
misfortune
vault
inter
conquer
bad luck
crypt (tomb)
place a body in a grave
gain victory over
misfortune
bad luck
vault
crypt (tomb)
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
apothecary
presage
inauspicious
sepulcher
druggist
to predict
not promising
tomb
apothecary
druggist
presage
to predict
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Act 5
Analyze
Comprehend
Validate
Perception
Look closely
understand
to check
to see
Analyze
Look closely
Comprehend
understand
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5
cordial
dispatch
engrossed
inauspicious
(adj) courteous and gracious
(v) to send away with promptness or speed
(v) to be completely occupied by something
(adj) unfavorable, unfortunate, ill-omen
cordial
(adj) courteous and gracious
dispatch
(v) to send away with promptness or speed
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5
presage
misadventure
straight
penury
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
directly; without detour or delay; immediately
extreme poverty; destitution
presage
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
misadventure
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
What does the speed with which Romeo m…
He had a good dream and thinks it's a sign
That Juliet is dead.
To the Apothecary
He's very rash
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
He had a good dream and thinks it's a sign
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
That Juliet is dead.
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Romeo & Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
ambiguities
apothecary
haughty
paramour
statements or events whose meanings are unclear
pharmacist
arrogant
lover
ambiguities
statements or events whose meanings are unclear
apothecary
pharmacist
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5
presage
misadventure
straight
penury
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
directly; without detour or delay; immediately
extreme poverty; destitution
presage
to portend, foretell, or foreshadow
misadventure
an instance of bad fortune; mishap
8 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
Unkempt
Oppression
Loathsome
Quarantine
(adj.) not combed; untidy; not properly maintained; unpolished
Prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control.
Causing hatred or disgust
isolation to prevent the spread of disease
Unkempt
(adj.) not combed; untidy; not properly maintained; unpolished
Oppression
Prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control.
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Romeo and Juliet - Vocabulary - Act 5
APOTHECARY
AMOROUS
CONSPIRE
DEVISE
druggist
loving
to plan secretly with someone
to contrive, plan or elaborate; to form a plan
APOTHECARY
druggist
AMOROUS
loving
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 5 Vocabulary
peruse
unsavory
meager
solace
verb, to examine or consider thoroughly
adjective, unpleasant to taste or smell
adjective, thin; deficient in quality or quantity
noun, a source of relief or consolation
peruse
verb, to examine or consider thoroughly
unsavory
adjective, unpleasant to taste or smell
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Act 5
Presage
Beseech
Penury
Apothecary
(of an event) be a sign or warning that (something, typically…
To beg
extreme poverty; barrenness, insufficiency
a druggist or pharmacist in older times
Presage
(of an event) be a sign or warning that (something, typically…
Beseech
To beg
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
Flatter
Immortal
Apothecary
Consent
To compliment in order to please
Never dying
A seller of drugs and medicines
To permit
Flatter
To compliment in order to please
Immortal
Never dying
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Romeo and Juliet: ACT 5 Vocabulary
Presage
Penury
Dispatch
Cordial
Forshadowing
Extreme poverty
To send away
Courteous; friendly
Presage
Forshadowing
Penury
Extreme poverty
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
post-horse
mortal
aloof
restoration
done as an experiment or test before introducing something mo…
the state of being subject to death
Distant
the action of returning something to a former owner, place, o…
post-horse
done as an experiment or test before introducing something mo…
mortal
the state of being subject to death
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Romeo and Juliet-Act 5 Vocabulary
Kindred
Beseech
Penury
Caitiff
a person's relatives collectively; kinfolk; kin.... congeneric…
to make urgent appeal... importune... "I do beseech you, sir, hav…
extreme poverty; destitution.... insufficiency... Were thinly sca…
a base, despicable person.... scoundrel... "'An if a man did need…
Kindred
a person's relatives collectively; kinfolk; kin.... congeneric…
Beseech
to make urgent appeal... importune... "I do beseech you, sir, hav…
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Act 5
Bewitch
Despicable
Attend
Conceive
to affect by witchcraft or magic; cast a spell over... (hint - w…
deserving to be despised, or regarded with distaste, disgust,…
To wait for or expect ... (hint - if you say you are going to AT…
to understand, comprehend or follow ... (hint - synonym of imagi…
Bewitch
to affect by witchcraft or magic; cast a spell over... (hint - w…
Despicable
deserving to be despised, or regarded with distaste, disgust,…
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English Romeo & Juliet vocabulary for Acts 3-5
slander
scorn
woe
martial
(noun) utterance of false charges/misrepresentations which de…
(verb) reject or dismiss as contemptible/unworthy; despise
(noun) condition of deep suffering from misfortune, afflictio…
(noun) relating to an army/military life, experienced in or i…
slander
(noun) utterance of false charges/misrepresentations which de…
scorn
(verb) reject or dismiss as contemptible/unworthy; despise
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Act 5 Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Misadventure
Haughty
Inauspicious
Devise
Unlucky accident; Mishap
Proud; Arrogant; Self-Important; Conceited
Unfavorable; Unlucky
Work out or create; Plan; Invent
Misadventure
Unlucky accident; Mishap
Haughty
Proud; Arrogant; Self-Important; Conceited
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English: Romeo and Juliet Act 5
apothecary
presage
inauspicious
sepulcher
druggist
to predict
not promising
tomb
apothecary
druggist
presage
to predict
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Romeo & Juliet vocabulary act 5
Kindred
Loathsome
Presage
Straight
Related to one another; family
Disgusting; repulsive
To forecast; predict
Immediately; directly
Kindred
Related to one another; family
Loathsome
Disgusting; repulsive
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Romeo & Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
ambiguities
enmity
apothecary
disperse
unclear statements
hatred
druggist or pharmacist
to scatter
ambiguities
unclear statements
enmity
hatred
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
presage
penury
dispatch
cordial
something that foreshadows a future event, foreknowledge of t…
extreme poverty, destitution, indigence, want
to send away with promptness or speed; quickness, haste, expe…
courteous and gracious, friendly; strong, sweetened aromatic…
presage
something that foreshadows a future event, foreknowledge of t…
penury
extreme poverty, destitution, indigence, want
12 terms
Romeo + Juliet: Act 5 Vocabulary
Ambiguities
Presage
Pestilence
Inauspicious
Questionable or vague meanings
A sign of future events
A disease that is highly contagious and destructive
Unfavorable or ill-fated
Ambiguities
Questionable or vague meanings
Presage
A sign of future events
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
presage
meager
penury
vile
foretell (usually of doom, but here, ironically, of good news)
having little flesh; thin
a cramping and oppressive lack of resources (as money); espec…
morally despicable or abhorrent
presage
foretell (usually of doom, but here, ironically, of good news)
meager
having little flesh; thin
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
Presage
Maw
Beseech
Morsel
omen; foreshadowing
mouth
beg; implore
small amount
Presage
omen; foreshadowing
Maw
mouth
12 terms
Act 5 Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
abhor
amorous
conspire
devise
verb. to give a feeling of complete hatred.... synonyms - despis…
adjective. having strong feelings of love, especially sexual…
verb. you collaborate with others to do harm, or keep somethi…
verb. arrange by systematic planning and united effort.... synon…
abhor
verb. to give a feeling of complete hatred.... synonyms - despis…
amorous
adjective. having strong feelings of love, especially sexual…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
jointure
ambiguities
apothecary
penury
A woman's estate; property that she was still able to own aft…
Uncertainties; things with multiple meanings
A pharmacist; someone who dispenses drugs, herbs, and other c…
poverty; destitution
jointure
A woman's estate; property that she was still able to own aft…
ambiguities
Uncertainties; things with multiple meanings
25 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 vocabulary
Hasty
Meager
Presage
Stand Aloof
Quick to explore
Spares; thin
Foretell; predict
Keep your distance
Hasty
Quick to explore
Meager
Spares; thin
10 terms
Act 5 Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Presage
Pestilence
Quarantine
Inexorable
Foreshadow
Plague
To contain due to ilness.
Unstoppable
Presage
Foreshadow
Pestilence
Plague
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