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Romeo and Juliet Act 1, Scene ii Vocabulary
honor
permission
whip
torment
respect that is given to someone who is admired
to allow (something) to happen
to hit (a person or animal) with a whip or with something tha…
extreme physical or mental pain
honor
respect that is given to someone who is admired
permission
to allow (something) to happen
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary, Act 3, Scene 1
Consort (46)
Grievances (53)
Vile (74)
Submission (74)
Consort? What, dost thou make us minstrels? To play music wit…
Or reason coldly of your grievances. Wrongdoings or complaint…
O calm, dishonorable, vile submission! Disgusting, ugly. Adje…
O calm, dishonorable, vile submission! Giving up, or giving i…
Consort (46)
Consort? What, dost thou make us minstrels? To play music wit…
Grievances (53)
Or reason coldly of your grievances. Wrongdoings or complaint…
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Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet act 1 scene 5
Palmer
Pilgrim
holy shrine
Profane
A pilgrim Who returned from the holy land carrying a palm fro…
One who journeys an exceptionally long distance to a sacred p…
A place of religious devotion or commemoration, such as: a. a…
To violate the sanctity of to treat with I revertants or Cont…
Palmer
A pilgrim Who returned from the holy land carrying a palm fro…
Pilgrim
One who journeys an exceptionally long distance to a sacred p…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1, scene v Vocabulary
rely
stool
silverware
refuse
to depend confidently; put trust in
a single seat on legs or a pedestal and without arms or a back
eating and serving utensils, made of silver, silver-plated me…
to decline to accept
rely
to depend confidently; put trust in
stool
a single seat on legs or a pedestal and without arms or a back
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 2 Vocabulary
Fortnight
weaned
Perilous
teat
two weeks
slowly detached from something you are used to having
dangerous
nipple of mammary gland
Fortnight
two weeks
weaned
slowly detached from something you are used to having
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 Vocabulary
Augmenting
Chaste
Choler
Forfeit
Increasing; enlarging
celibate, single, unmarried
easily made angry, bad-tempered
Surrender or lose as a result of an error, crime, or failure…
Augmenting
Increasing; enlarging
Chaste
celibate, single, unmarried
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English Romeo+ Juliet act 3 scene 1
Line 1
Line 2 (zounds consort)
Line 3
Line 4
By my head here come the capulets
We talk here in the public hunt of men. Either withdraw your…
What art thou hurt
O Romeo Romeo brace mercutio is dead. That galant spirit hath…
Line 1
By my head here come the capulets
Line 2 (zounds consort)
We talk here in the public hunt of men. Either withdraw your…
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"Romeo and Juliet" Act 1 Scene 1 Vocabulary
Augment
Adversary
Chaste
Exquiste
to increase or intensify.
opponent, foe, enemy.
virtuous, decent, pure, virginal.
of special beauty or charm.
Augment
to increase or intensify.
Adversary
opponent, foe, enemy.
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Act 2 Scene 1
Demesnes
Invocation
Purblind
Venus
A domain,territory
The act of calling a superior for help
Physically blind
Roman goddess of love and beauty
Demesnes
A domain,territory
Invocation
The act of calling a superior for help
Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 Vocabulary
beauteous
mutiny
augment
fray
a poetic expression of beauty
a violent uprising, riot or rebellion against authority espec…
to enlarge or increase
a noisy fight
beauteous
a poetic expression of beauty
mutiny
a violent uprising, riot or rebellion against authority espec…
English Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 and 2 vocabulary
Adversary
Apparal
Augment
Forfeit
An opponent
Clothing
To make something greater by adding to it
To quit
Adversary
An opponent
Apparal
Clothing
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Vocabulary for Romeo and Juliet (Act 1, Scene 1)
adversary (noun)
augmenting (verb)
deformities (noun)
discreet (adjective)
- enemy; opponent
- adding to; enlarging
- irregularities; disfigurements
- showing good judgment; perceptive
adversary (noun)
- enemy; opponent
augmenting (verb)
- adding to; enlarging
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary, Act 3, Scene 1
Consort (46)
Grievances (53)
Vile (74)
Submission (74)
Consort? What, dost thou make us minstrels? To play music wit…
Or reason coldly of your grievances. Wrongdoings or complaint…
O calm, dishonorable, vile submission! Disgusting, ugly. Adje…
O calm, dishonorable, vile submission! Giving up, or giving i…
Consort (46)
Consort? What, dost thou make us minstrels? To play music wit…
Grievances (53)
Or reason coldly of your grievances. Wrongdoings or complaint…
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Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet act 1 scene 5
Choler
Disparagement
Gall
Nuptial
Fury and anger
Injury and harm
Detest and digust
A wedding ceremony
Choler
Fury and anger
Disparagement
Injury and harm
Romeo And Juliet Act 1 Scene One Vocabulary
rapier
trifling
enmity
shrift
a sword, noun
small, unimportant, adjective
hatred, noun
confession, noun
rapier
a sword, noun
trifling
small, unimportant, adjective
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Romeo And Juliet: Act 1 Scene 5 Vocabulary
Knave
Sirrah
Nuptial
Antic
Servant
Mister, fellow, sir
Wedding
Grotesque or fantastic
Knave
Servant
Sirrah
Mister, fellow, sir
Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 Vocabulary
Augmenting
Bliss
Despair
Endure
Increasing; enlarging
Ecstasy
Depression, hopelessness
Bear hardship
Augmenting
Increasing; enlarging
Bliss
Ecstasy
Romeo & Juliet - Act 1, Scene 1 Vocabulary
Pernicious
Prodigious
Choler
Disposition
Very destructive
Exciting amazement or wonder
Anger
Natural attitude/manner toward things
Pernicious
Very destructive
Prodigious
Exciting amazement or wonder
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 Vocabulary
Augmenting
Bliss
Depair
Endure
To add to; Increasing
Extreme measure of happiness
When you feel as if nothing well turn out right and everythin…
Putting up with; To carry through
Augmenting
To add to; Increasing
Bliss
Extreme measure of happiness
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary (Act 1, Scene 1)
Adversaries
Augment
Belligerence
Chaste
enemies
Add on
Fighting attitude
Pure in style or manner
Adversaries
enemies
Augment
Add on
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 1 Scene 1 Vocabulary
particans
pernicious
forfeit
augment
spear (n)
having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle wa…
a fine or penalty (n)
to make larger or increase (v)
particans
spear (n)
pernicious
having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle wa…
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English: Romeo and Juliet act 3 scene 1
The day is hot and tempers are high
Benvolio tries to convince Mercutio to…
Mercutio is determined to stay
Tybalt arrives looking for trouble
'The day is hot, the Capels abroad'
'Either withdraw unto some private place...or reason...or els…
'I will not budge for no man's pleasure I'
[enter tybalt] 'thou consortest with Romeo'
The day is hot and tempers are high
'The day is hot, the Capels abroad'
Benvolio tries to convince Mercutio to…
'Either withdraw unto some private place...or reason...or els…
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Romeo and Juliet vocabulary act 1 scene 5
choler
disparagement
gall
fury, anger
injury, harm
detest, disgust
choler
fury, anger
disparagement
injury, harm
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1, Scene i Vocabulary
strife
choler
valiant
pernicious
(n) conflict or struggle
(n) anger
(adj) brave
(adj) very destructive or harmful
strife
(n) conflict or struggle
choler
(n) anger
Romeo And Juliet Act 1 Scene
Assailing
Augmenting
Cankered
Chaste
: assaulting, arresting
: adding to
: "archaic" rusted
: pure , non-sexual
Assailing
: assaulting, arresting
Augmenting
: adding to
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Romeo and Juliet vocabulary Act 1 Scene 4 and Scene 5
Hoodwink'd
A common bound
A pitch
Case
Blindfolded
to have an ordinary limit; the pun is on "bound," like to lea…
a falconry term describing the height from which a falcon, or…
a mask
Hoodwink'd
Blindfolded
A common bound
to have an ordinary limit; the pun is on "bound," like to lea…
English Romeo and Juliet Vocab Act 1 Scene 1 Quiz
Loins
Strife
Profaners
Pernicious
(n.) The region of the hips, groin, and lower abdomen.... (The p…
(n.) Heated, often violent dissension; bitter conflict.... (Extr…
(adj., v.) rebels... (Ones who go against authority.)... (Act 1 Sce…
(adj.) Tending to cause death or serious injury; deadly.... (Som…
Loins
(n.) The region of the hips, groin, and lower abdomen.... (The p…
Strife
(n.) Heated, often violent dissension; bitter conflict.... (Extr…
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Romeo and Juliet act 1 scene 1
Augmenting
Chaste
Choler
Forfeit
Increasing; enlarging
celibate, single, unmarried
easily made angry, bad-tempered
Surrender or lose as a result of an error, crime, or failure…
Augmenting
Increasing; enlarging
Chaste
celibate, single, unmarried
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Romeo and Juliet, Act 1, Scene 1
gall
propagate
forsworn
married
bold, dispresectful behavior
to spread and promote an idea
agree to give up or do without (something).
joined together
gall
bold, dispresectful behavior
propagate
to spread and promote an idea
Romeo and Juliet Act 1: Scene 2
What does the conversation between Par…
What incident in this scene carries th…
How does Capulet's letter of invitatio…
Who asks for Juliet's had in marriage?
Juliet is not old enough and Capulet is telling Paris to wait.
Paris wants to marry Juliet and Romeo is in love with Rosaline.
Romeo knew who was going and he and his friends decided to go.
Paris
What does the conversation between Par…
Juliet is not old enough and Capulet is telling Paris to wait.
What incident in this scene carries th…
Paris wants to marry Juliet and Romeo is in love with Rosaline.
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 scenes 1-3
Why do Sampson and Gregory fight with…
Benvolio and Tybalt come upon the serv…
When Montague and Capulet enter and se…
What ended the opening fight?
Sampson bites his thumb at one of the Montagues.
Benvolio wants to stop the fight, but Tybalt wants to get int…
The old guys should stop all the fighting.
The Prince of Verona warned them they would be punished with…
Why do Sampson and Gregory fight with…
Sampson bites his thumb at one of the Montagues.
Benvolio and Tybalt come upon the serv…
Benvolio wants to stop the fight, but Tybalt wants to get int…
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1, Scene 4-5 Vocabulary
prolixity
stakes
woe
boisterous
wordiness
the consequences of the outcome
great sorrow or distress
(adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited
prolixity
wordiness
stakes
the consequences of the outcome
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 scene 2
Fortnight
weaned
Perilous
teat
two weeks
slowly detached from something you are used to having
dangerous
nipple of mammary gland
Fortnight
two weeks
weaned
slowly detached from something you are used to having
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Romeo and Juliet ACT 1 Scene 1-4
quarrel
feud
foe
disturb
an angry argument or disagreement.
a state of hate or dislike for a long time, typically between…
enemy
to interrupt or bother (someone or something)... : to worry or u…
quarrel
an angry argument or disagreement.
feud
a state of hate or dislike for a long time, typically between…
Romeo And Juliet Act 2 Scene 1
Wise
Leap
Sigh
Goddess
sage
jump
long breath expressing sadness
a female diety
Wise
sage
Leap
jump
Romeo and Juliet Act I scene i Vocabulary
bucklers
carry coals
colliers
an...draw
Small Shields
Endure Insults
Sellers of coal
If we are angered, we'll draw our swords.
bucklers
Small Shields
carry coals
Endure Insults
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Romeo & Juliet Act 1 Scene 1-5
Verona
Capulet & Montague
Tybalt
Prince Escalus
the city where the story takes place
the two families fighting
wants to start a fight with Benvolio and wants attack Romeo a…
demands the fighting stops or they will be punished by death;…
Verona
the city where the story takes place
Capulet & Montague
the two families fighting
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Romeo and Juliet Act 4 scene 1
Why is Friar Laurence reluctant to mar…
How does Paris explain the sudden hast…
What is ironic about the conversation…
If Friar Laurence cannot help Juliet,…
He knows that Juliet is already married. It is a sin to a pri…
Paris want to make the wedding a day earlier to stop Juliet f…
Juliet and Paris talk about love and confession of love to ea…
Kill herself
Why is Friar Laurence reluctant to mar…
He knows that Juliet is already married. It is a sin to a pri…
How does Paris explain the sudden hast…
Paris want to make the wedding a day earlier to stop Juliet f…
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Romeo and Juliet Prologue, Act 1 Scene 1
attribute
commit
expose
initiate
a characteristic, quality, or trait
to carry out, engage in, or perform
to make visible or reveal
to start or cause to begin
attribute
a characteristic, quality, or trait
commit
to carry out, engage in, or perform
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1 QUOTES
Who said? "Two households, both alike…
Who said, "To move is to stir; and to…
Who said, "A dog of that house shall m…
Who said, Nay, as they dare. I will bi…
The Chorus
Gregory
Sampson
Sampson
Who said? "Two households, both alike…
The Chorus
Who said, "To move is to stir; and to…
Gregory
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Romeo And Juliet Act /Scene (1)
What two families are feuding?
In what town is the story set?
Who tries to stop the fight in scene 1?
Who wants to keep the fight?
...
Veronica a public square
...
...
What two families are feuding?
...
In what town is the story set?
Veronica a public square
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1
Why does Shakespeare use rhyme in the…
What is Benvolio's first action in the…
What is Tybalt's first action in the p…
When the Capulets and the Montagues ap…
emphasis
He stops the sword fight. He is a peacemaker
To attempt to kill Benvolio. He is a hot head
Poppa Capulet: rushing in the battle... Lady Capulet: mocking he…
Why does Shakespeare use rhyme in the…
emphasis
What is Benvolio's first action in the…
He stops the sword fight. He is a peacemaker
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2: Scene 1
Where does Scene 1 take place?
Whom does Mercutio praise in an attemp…
What do you know, as a reader, in this…
When Romeo does not appear, what does…
By the wall of the Capulet's orchard.
Rosaline
Romeo loves Juliet.
Romeo enjoys his privacy and will only come out of he wants to.
Where does Scene 1 take place?
By the wall of the Capulet's orchard.
Whom does Mercutio praise in an attemp…
Rosaline
English: Romeo and Juliet Vocab Act 1 Scenes 1-3
Kinsmen
Profaners
Pernicious
Adversary
A relative specifically a male relative.
Characterized by irreverence or contempt for God or sacred pr…
Causing insidious(sneak) harm or ruin
A person, group, or force that opposes or attacks; opponent;…
Kinsmen
A relative specifically a male relative.
Profaners
Characterized by irreverence or contempt for God or sacred pr…
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Romeo & Juliet Act II Scene 1-6
After Capulet's ball, why does Romeo r…
Who overhears Juliet professing her lo…
Why does Juliet say she does not want…
Before parting, the young lovers decid…
His heart yearns to go back to his lover
Romeo
The moon changes and disappears, it is not constant; love sho…
the decide to wed the next day
After Capulet's ball, why does Romeo r…
His heart yearns to go back to his lover
Who overhears Juliet professing her lo…
Romeo
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1: Scene 1
How does the fight begin
Name the 2 families fighting
Who is the head of the Montague family
Who is the head of the Capulet family
Something small years ago that snowballed more each year. Ben…
Capulet family; Montague family
Lord Montague
Lord Capulet
How does the fight begin
Something small years ago that snowballed more each year. Ben…
Name the 2 families fighting
Capulet family; Montague family
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Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Scene 1-5
In what city does this play take place?
Why are Romeo and Juliet called "star-…
Who is fighting at the beginning of th…
Who tries to break up the fighting?
Verona
Their love was by fate
Montagues and Capulets
Benvolio
In what city does this play take place?
Verona
Why are Romeo and Juliet called "star-…
Their love was by fate
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Romeo and Juliet Act III Scene i Vocabulary
argument
instrument
private
peace
an oral disagreement
a tool for producing musical sounds
belonging to some particular person
a state of mutual harmony between people or groups, especiall…
argument
an oral disagreement
instrument
a tool for producing musical sounds
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Romeo and Juliet Act I, Scene 1
valiant
fray
pernicious
adversary
brave
brawl
vindictive, wicked
enemy, nemesis
valiant
brave
fray
brawl
English (romeo and Juliet) act 1 scene 1 vocab.
What,art thou drawn among these heartl…
have at thee
Or manage it to part these men with me
three civil brawls
Cowardly servants (heartless is a pun for hart, which is a st…
Let's fight
use
fights
What,art thou drawn among these heartl…
Cowardly servants (heartless is a pun for hart, which is a st…
have at thee
Let's fight
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