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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Set
fray
portentous
importune
envious
n. a noisy fight
adj. describes one who is puffed up with vanity, self-importa…
v. to beg consistently and urgently
adj. wanting what another has; resenting the success of another
fray
n. a noisy fight
portentous
adj. describes one who is puffed up with vanity, self-importa…
9 terms
English. Romeo+Juliet. Vocabulary. Set#2
Wayward
loathsome
dismal
haughty
disobedient, changing regularly
disgusting,revolting
gloomy, with skill
proud,cocky
Wayward
disobedient, changing regularly
loathsome
disgusting,revolting
32 terms
English - Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
allusion
aside
comedy
courtly love
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
a play that has a happy ending, usually involving marriages b…
a type of affection in which the woman is idealized but often…
allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
aside
a remark or passage by a character in a play that is intended…
12 terms
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.
15 terms
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
68 terms
English Vocabulary Romeo & Juliet
wise (adj) / wisdom (n)
to confess (v) / confession (n)
pun (n)
swift (adj) / swiftly (adv)
weise / Weisheit ; ... having experience, knowledge and good jud…
gestehen, zugeben / Geständnis ; ... admit
Wortspiel, Wortwitz ; ... wordplay
eilig, schleunig ; ... quickly
wise (adj) / wisdom (n)
weise / Weisheit ; ... having experience, knowledge and good jud…
to confess (v) / confession (n)
gestehen, zugeben / Geständnis ; ... admit
75 terms
English vocabulary Romeo and Juliet
dignity
mutiny
bucklers
partisans
high social rank
violence
small shields
spear-like weapons
dignity
high social rank
mutiny
violence
34 terms
Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary - English I
ambiguous (Act 5)
ascend (Act 3)
augment (Act 1)
baleful (Act 2)
having more than one meaning; unclear, uncertain
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
to make greater or to supplement
destructive, deadly
ambiguous (Act 5)
having more than one meaning; unclear, uncertain
ascend (Act 3)
to move upward, to rise from a lower station
59 terms
English- Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
valiant
fray
adversary
augmenting
showing or possessing courage or determination
undoing/fight (context in play)
one's opponent in a contest or fight
making something greater by increasing it
valiant
showing or possessing courage or determination
fray
undoing/fight (context in play)
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Set #1
semblance
grievance
portentous
solemnity
likeness; outward appearance; apparition
complaint of injustice
of momentous or ominous significance
dignified seriousness; formal ceremony
semblance
likeness; outward appearance; apparition
grievance
complaint of injustice
22 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
monologue
soliloquy
aside
hamartia
a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like b…
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himse…
a part of an actor's lines supposedly not heard by others on…
a fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or hero…
monologue
a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like b…
soliloquy
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himse…
10 terms
ROMEO AND JULIET VOCABULARY SET 2
VALIANT
AUGMENT
CHASTE
EXQUISITE
EXTREMELY BRAVE
TO INCREASE OR INTENSIFY
DECENT, PURE IN STYLE OR MANNER
OF SPECIAL BEAUTY OR CHARM
VALIANT
EXTREMELY BRAVE
AUGMENT
TO INCREASE OR INTENSIFY
19 terms
English set 2 romeo and juliet
Valiant
Grotesque
Rapier
Virtuous
strong/well built
Ugly,Distorted, comically repulsive
sword used for fencing
having high moral standards
Valiant
strong/well built
Grotesque
Ugly,Distorted, comically repulsive
20 terms
English I - Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
cease
beloved
knave
grave
come to an end or bring to an end
cherished; dear
a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel
Deserving serious attention; weighty
cease
come to an end or bring to an end
beloved
cherished; dear
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
an
anon
aye
e'en
if
soon
yes
even
an
if
anon
soon
9 terms
English Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet
Gallant
Fray
Martial
Agile
Brave and noble
Noisy fight
Military
Quick and easy movement
Gallant
Brave and noble
Fray
Noisy fight
39 terms
english romeo and juliet vocabulary.
effeminate
martial
dexterity
exile
having qualities associated more with women than men; unmanly.
inclined or disposed to war; warlike.
skill in the use of the hands or body; mental skill.
to send someone into exile; to banish.
effeminate
having qualities associated more with women than men; unmanly.
martial
inclined or disposed to war; warlike.
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
drama
tragedy
prologue
sonnet
a story written to be acted for an audience
a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
a short introduction at the beginning of a play that gives a…
fourteen-line lyric poem that is usually written in iambic pe…
drama
a story written to be acted for an audience
tragedy
a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and im…
51 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Stoic
Passionate
Star-cross'd
Rebellious
A school of phylosephy so men won't display emotion
An emotion displaying strong belief
A phrase by two lovers who's relationship is opposed by others
Refusing to perform what rules are
Stoic
A school of phylosephy so men won't display emotion
Passionate
An emotion displaying strong belief
30 terms
English; Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Civil
Continuance
Pernicious
Rancor
Relating to citizens; courteous and polite
The state of remaining in existence or operation
Working or spreading in a hidden or harmful way
Feeling resent, and deep anger
Civil
Relating to citizens; courteous and polite
Continuance
The state of remaining in existence or operation
20 terms
English Romeo and Juliet vocabulary
Adversaries
Portentous
Augment
Chaste
Opponents
Giving a sign or signal that something bad in going to happen
To increase in number or size
Innocent
Adversaries
Opponents
Portentous
Giving a sign or signal that something bad in going to happen
32 terms
English - Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Adversary
Augment
Chaste
Chasity
a foe
to enlarge, to increase
virtuous, pure, modest
sexual purity
Adversary
a foe
Augment
to enlarge, to increase
35 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
prologue
dialogue
epilogue
homophones
introduction to a play or piece of literature
conversation between characters in a story or play
final scene of a play, often spoken by a main character
two or more words that are pronounced alike but spelled diffe…
prologue
introduction to a play or piece of literature
dialogue
conversation between characters in a story or play
English: Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Dignity
Strife
Mutiny
Posterity
High social rank
Conflict
Violence usually used to rebel against something
Future generations
Dignity
High social rank
Strife
Conflict
25 terms
English 9H: Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
augment
chaste
fleer
flourish
(verb) to make something greater by adding to it; increase
(adjective) abstaining from extramarital, or from all, sexual…
(verb) to laugh impudently or jeeringly
(verb) to grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way
augment
(verb) to make something greater by adding to it; increase
chaste
(adjective) abstaining from extramarital, or from all, sexual…
39 terms
english romeo and juliet vocabulary.
pernicious
adversary
fray
augment
ruinous, injurous, hurtful.
opponent, enemy.
a noisy quarrel, brawl, or fight.
to increase, enlarge.
pernicious
ruinous, injurous, hurtful.
adversary
opponent, enemy.
25 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Choler
Fray
Strife
Toil
Anger; wrath
Fight; battle
Bitter conflict
Hard and continuous work
Choler
Anger; wrath
Fray
Fight; battle
27 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet| vocabulary
Pernicious
Posterity
Anguish
Profane
Highly injurious or destructive: deadly
All future generations
Extreme suffering, grief, or pain
To treat (a holy place or object) with great disrespect
Pernicious
Highly injurious or destructive: deadly
Posterity
All future generations
30 terms
English 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.
50 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Partisan
Pernicious
Covert
Portent
A weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
Very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
Secret, concealed, clandestine, furtive, stealthy, derivative…
A sign or forewarning, omen, warning; portentous, momentous,…
Partisan
A weapon having a blade with lateral projections mounted on t…
Pernicious
Very destructive or harmful, deadly, baneful, detrimental
13 terms
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Set
Drama
Plot
Characters
Act
Literature in which plots and characters are developed throug…
The sequence of events in a story. It focuses in a central co…
The individuals who participate in the action of a literary w…
A major division within a play, similar to a chapter in a boo…
Drama
Literature in which plots and characters are developed throug…
Plot
The sequence of events in a story. It focuses in a central co…
12 terms
English Romeo and Juliet vocabulary
Profane
Rapier
Trifling
Solemnity
Unholy
A sword
Small
Serious
Profane
Unholy
Rapier
A sword
15 terms
English Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet
Fray
Forswear
Scorn
Solemenity
A noisy fight
Formally rejecting a held belief
A lack of respect
A trait of dignified seriousness
Fray
A noisy fight
Forswear
Formally rejecting a held belief
11 terms
English romeo and Juliet vocabulary
Punder
Valor
Mandate
Exile
go through, look through; steal with force
great courage in the face of danger; brave
An official order to do something; law
Being barred from someone's native land
Punder
go through, look through; steal with force
Valor
great courage in the face of danger; brave
25 terms
Romeo & Juliet drama vocabulary
tragedy
dialogue
monologue
soliloquy
a dramatic writing dealing with a serious or somber theme whe…
a conversation between characters in a drama
a part of a drama in which a single actor speaks alone
a speech in a drama where a character is onstage ALONE expres…
tragedy
a dramatic writing dealing with a serious or somber theme whe…
dialogue
a conversation between characters in a drama
18 terms
English romeo and Juliet vocabulary
Monologue
Soliloquy
Dialogue
Aside
A long speech between characters
Speech by themselves
Character talks to another character
Character speaking to the audience
Monologue
A long speech between characters
Soliloquy
Speech by themselves
14 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
chaste
aloof
woo
fiend
behaving in a pure way, with no immoral thoughts; virginal
physically distant or apart; antisocial
to seek affection or love of a man or woman in order to marry…
somebody regarded as wicked or cruel; demon
chaste
behaving in a pure way, with no immoral thoughts; virginal
aloof
physically distant or apart; antisocial
22 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
monologue
soliloquy
aside
hamartia
a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like b…
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himse…
a part of an actor's lines supposedly not heard by others on…
a fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or hero…
monologue
a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like b…
soliloquy
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himse…
14 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Vessel
chaste
mercurial
solemn
a hollow device used as a receptacle, esp. for liquids; conta…
the practice or condition of sexual abstinence or virginity;…
volatile in temper, changeable, fickle
the condition or quality of being grave or serious/a very ser…
Vessel
a hollow device used as a receptacle, esp. for liquids; conta…
chaste
the practice or condition of sexual abstinence or virginity;…
22 terms
English: Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
monologue
soliloquy
aside
hamartia
a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like b…
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himse…
a part of an actor's lines supposedly not heard by others on…
a fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or hero…
monologue
a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like b…
soliloquy
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himse…
33 terms
English Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet
pernicious
predominant
martial
augmenting
Causing great injury or ruin
Having dominating influence over others
Military
Increasing; enlarging
pernicious
Causing great injury or ruin
predominant
Having dominating influence over others
15 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
Soliloquy
aside
blank verse
inversion
an utterance by a person who is talking to themselves when ot…
way from ones thoughts or considerations; in a separate place…
an unrhymed verse esp in unrhymed iambic pentameter
being inverted or a change from a basic word order to an inve…
Soliloquy
an utterance by a person who is talking to themselves when ot…
aside
way from ones thoughts or considerations; in a separate place…
24 terms
English Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
assail
augment
baleful
boisterous
to attach
to add to,supplement
portending evil; ominous; harmful
loud and rowdy
assail
to attach
augment
to add to,supplement
20 terms
english: romeo and juliet vocabulary
belligerence
extremities
mutiny
piteous
an aggressive attitude or demeanor
a hand or foot; limbs
a situation where the crew disobeys their captain/commander's…
deserving feelings of sympathy
belligerence
an aggressive attitude or demeanor
extremities
a hand or foot; limbs
15 terms
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary (English)
Act
Scene
Lines
Prologue
major unit of action in a play
each act is divided further into... scenes, which represent a di…
spoken words of the play, "sentences"
an introduction to a play or an act ... of a play
Act
major unit of action in a play
Scene
each act is divided further into... scenes, which represent a di…
49 terms
English: Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
Abhor
Adversary
Apothecary
Aqua Vitae
(V) To loathe
(N) An opponent
(N) One who prepares prescription medicine
(N) Alcohol; distilled spirits, as whiskey
Abhor
(V) To loathe
Adversary
(N) An opponent
Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary English
Prodigious
Choler
Disposition
Augment(ing)
Exciting amazement or wonder
Anger
Natural attitude/manner toward things
To enlarge or increase
Prodigious
Exciting amazement or wonder
Choler
Anger
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English vocabulary Romeo and Juliet
Adversaries
Languish
Valiant
Exquisite
Enemy , opponent
To want or desire
Brave , courageous
Special , rare beauty
Adversaries
Enemy , opponent
Languish
To want or desire
59 terms
English- Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
valiant
fray
adversary
augmenting
showing or possessing courage or determination
undoing/fight (context in play)
one's opponent in a contest or fight
making something greater by increasing it
valiant
showing or possessing courage or determination
fray
undoing/fight (context in play)
24 terms
English Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary
Propagate 23 (v)
Transgression 23 (n)
Assail 25 (v)
Exquisite 25 (adj)
spread and promote (an idea, theory, etc.) widely
an act that goes against a law, rule, or code of conduct; an…
make a concerted or violent attack on
extremely beautiful and, typically, delicate
Propagate 23 (v)
spread and promote (an idea, theory, etc.) widely
Transgression 23 (n)
an act that goes against a law, rule, or code of conduct; an…
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