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12 terms
Midsummer Nights Dream 1
trinkets
executed
frown
tragic
something of little value; knick-knack
put to death as punishment
a facial expression of dislike or displeasure
Causing great sadness; terrible or dreadful
trinkets
something of little value; knick-knack
executed
put to death as punishment
Midsummer Nights Dream 1
trinkets
executed
frown
tragic
something of little value; knick-knack
put to death as punishment
a facial expression of dislike or displeasure
Causing great sadness; terrible or dreadful
trinkets
something of little value; knick-knack
executed
put to death as punishment
21 terms
Midsummer nights dream #1
Drama
Comedy
Character
Protagonist
from the greeks,is a form of literature written for performer…
is a short story that ends happy and is funny. Consists of th…
is a person that plays a certain person in a scene
is the character around whom the story revolves, the main or…
Drama
from the greeks,is a form of literature written for performer…
Comedy
is a short story that ends happy and is funny. Consists of th…
10 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream #1
Nupital
Wane
Dowager
Pomp
Wedding ceremony; related to a wedding
Show a decreasing illuminated surface between a full moon and…
A woman who has inherited a title or property from her deceas…
A display of great ceremonial splendor
Nupital
Wedding ceremony; related to a wedding
Wane
Show a decreasing illuminated surface between a full moon and…
10 terms
Act 1 of Midsummer Nights Dream
Nuptial
Dowager
Revenue
Abjure
Marriage/ Wedding
Widow of high ranking
Inheritance/ Money/ Position
Renounce or give up
Nuptial
Marriage/ Wedding
Dowager
Widow of high ranking
25 terms
Midsummer Night Dream Vocab #1
linger
mirth
melancholy
pomp
(verb) To stay in a place or be slow in leaving it, often out…
(noun) Gladness and enjoyment, especially when expressed by l…
(noun) Sadness or depression of the spirits; gloom ; pensive…
(noun) Dignified or magnificent display; splendor
linger
(verb) To stay in a place or be slow in leaving it, often out…
mirth
(noun) Gladness and enjoyment, especially when expressed by l…
Midsummer Night Dream Vocab 1
Extenuate
Entreat
Edict
Dowager
Verb... •To serve.... •To make.... •To underestimate.... Syn:... Decrea…
Verb... •To ask.... •To beseech.... Syn:... Ask, Beg, Beseech, Pray.
Noun... •Any authoritative proclamation or command.... •Issue.... *…
Noun... •A woman with a title and/or property that she owns.…
Extenuate
Verb... •To serve.... •To make.... •To underestimate.... Syn:... Decrea…
Entreat
Verb... •To ask.... •To beseech.... Syn:... Ask, Beg, Beseech, Pray.
A Midsummer Night's Dream--- List 1
pert
vexation
feigning
disfigure
adj: boldly forward in speech and behavior
n: state of being irritated; annoyance
v: representing fictitiously or deceptively
v: to mar the appearance or beauty of; deface
pert
adj: boldly forward in speech and behavior
vexation
n: state of being irritated; annoyance
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Midsummer night dream vocabulary 1
Vexation
Sway
Beseech
Relent
State of being frustrated
To change, control ones influence
Ask someone urgently to do something
To become more mind, compassionate, less serve
Vexation
State of being frustrated
Sway
To change, control ones influence
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Midsummer Night Dream Vocabulary 1
filched
abjure
persuasion
revenue
snitched, stole
to give up, abstain from
a strongly held opinion, a conviction
income, wealth
filched
snitched, stole
abjure
to give up, abstain from
14 terms
Midsummer night dream: act 1
Hippolyta and theseus are discussing t…
Lysander
Demetrius
She shall be put to death or become a…
What is happening at the opening of the play?
Who does hermia wish to marry?
Who does Egeus wish hermia to marry?
What is the penalty hermia must pay for disobeying her father?
Hippolyta and theseus are discussing t…
What is happening at the opening of the play?
Lysander
Who does hermia wish to marry?
27 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream 1
Filched
Abjure
Persuasion
Revenue
Stole
To give up
Strongly hold opinion
Wealthy
Filched
Stole
Abjure
To give up
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Midsummer Night's Dream #1
dowager
extenuate
lodestars
nuptial
n. woman who inherited a property from dead husband
v. make a joke of
n. guiding stars
adj. relating to marriage
dowager
n. woman who inherited a property from dead husband
extenuate
v. make a joke of
14 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream Act 1
abjure
austerity
cloister
discretion
give up; surrender
harshness; severity
convent; sheltered place
good sense; taste
abjure
give up; surrender
austerity
harshness; severity
25 terms
A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act 1
linger
mirth
melancholy
pomp
take one's time; proceed slowly
great merriment
a disease/humor that was once believed to be secreted by the…
ceremonial elegance and splendor
linger
take one's time; proceed slowly
mirth
great merriment
Midsummer Night Dream Act 1
backstory between Theseus & Hippolyta
Why does Egeus dislike Lysander?
How would Hippolyta react to what is h…
the love triangle
Hippolyta is queen of the Amazons. Theseus is a great warrior…
He did a bunch of things to Hermia, like buy her flowers and…
She might be sympathetic to her situation because she had to…
Hermia loves Lysander. Helena loves Demetrius. Demetrius love…
backstory between Theseus & Hippolyta
Hippolyta is queen of the Amazons. Theseus is a great warrior…
Why does Egeus dislike Lysander?
He did a bunch of things to Hermia, like buy her flowers and…
13 terms
Midsummers night dream act 1
nupital
dowager
revenue
vexation
relating to marriage or weddings
a woman who inherited a title or property from her deceased h…
personal income; wealth
a state of annoyance or anxiety; irritation
nupital
relating to marriage or weddings
dowager
a woman who inherited a title or property from her deceased h…
14 terms
A Midsummer Night's Dream List 1
noble
swayed
sympathetic
seclusion
dignified; admirable
moved back and forth
compassionate
isolation
noble
dignified; admirable
swayed
moved back and forth
Midsummer Night's Dream
Athens
Egeus
Hermia
Demetrius
the city where a law gave to its citizens the power of compel…
Father of Hermia who pleaded that the law be put in force aga…
She is being forced to marry Demetrius but loves Lysander.
Spurns Helena and now wants to marry Hermia until the love ju…
Athens
the city where a law gave to its citizens the power of compel…
Egeus
Father of Hermia who pleaded that the law be put in force aga…
18 terms
Midsummer nights dream vocab #1
vexation
nuptial
pert
feign
anger produced by some annoying irritation
of or relating to a wedding
characterized by a light and exuberant quality
to imitate with the intent to deceive
vexation
anger produced by some annoying irritation
nuptial
of or relating to a wedding
13 terms
Midsummer Nights Dream Vocab 1
Woo
Entreat
Dote
Nuptial
To seek favor, affection, or love of, especially with a view…
To ask earnestly; beseech; implore; beg
To bestow or express excessive love or roundness habitually
Of or pertaining to marriage or the marriage ceremony
Woo
To seek favor, affection, or love of, especially with a view…
Entreat
To ask earnestly; beseech; implore; beg
18 terms
Midsummer Nights Dream Voc. 1
Repatition
Soliloquy
Monologue
Oxymoron
When something is repeated to give emphasis
Speaking thoughts/ feelings aloud regardless of listeners
Speech made alone to narrate/ show internal feelings
Figure of speech in which contradictory terms appear in conju…
Repatition
When something is repeated to give emphasis
Soliloquy
Speaking thoughts/ feelings aloud regardless of listeners
10 terms
Midsummer Nights dream vocabulary 1
Amiable
Consoling
indignant
inflamatory
(adj.) friendly, good-natured
affording comfort or solace
Angry at unfairness
likely to rouse excitement, anger, or vocabulary
Amiable
(adj.) friendly, good-natured
Consoling
affording comfort or solace
14 terms
Midsummer nights dream vocab 1
Nupital
Vexation
Livery
Austerity
Of or relating to marriage or weddings
The state of being annoyed, frustrated, or worried
Specially uniform worn by a servant of official
Sternness/severity of manner or attitude
Nupital
Of or relating to marriage or weddings
Vexation
The state of being annoyed, frustrated, or worried
Midsummer Nights Dream Vocab 1
Filched
Abjure
Austerity
Revenue
To steal something of small value.
To retract; to avoid.
Condition of lacking pleasure or luxury.
Income, wealth.
Filched
To steal something of small value.
Abjure
To retract; to avoid.
Midsummer nights dream act 1
Austerity
Beguile
Cloister
Dote
Conotion of lacking pleasure or luxury
To trick
Place where members of a religious community live
To love with foolish fondness
Austerity
Conotion of lacking pleasure or luxury
Beguile
To trick
Midsummer nights dream act 1
filched
abjured
persuasion
revenue
snitched, stole
abandon
convince
income
filched
snitched, stole
abjured
abandon
10 terms
midsummer nights dream act 1
linger
steep
pert
interchange
delay fulfillment; postpone
immerse, saturate with a quality
lively, spirited
exchange or trade
linger
delay fulfillment; postpone
steep
immerse, saturate with a quality
Act 1 - Midsummer Nights Dream
Abijure
Dowager
Estate
Extempore
To deny oneself something; to formally renounce or give up; r…
A women who inherited a title or property from her husband; a…
Bestow upon; give to; will to.
With little/no preparation; without reheasal
Abijure
To deny oneself something; to formally renounce or give up; r…
Dowager
A women who inherited a title or property from her husband; a…
14 terms
Midsummer nights dream act 1
Abjure
Austerity
Cloister
discretion
Give up; surrender
Harshness; severity
Convent; sheltered place
good sense; taste
Abjure
Give up; surrender
Austerity
Harshness; severity
Midsummer Nights Dream- Act 1
abjure
austerity
cloister
discretion
give up; surrender
harshness; severity
convent; sheltered place
good sense; taste
abjure
give up; surrender
austerity
harshness; severity
57 terms
A midsummer nights dream 1
Nobles: Adults
Nobles: Young Lovers
Mechanicals
fairies
Unrhymed Iambic Pentameter (10 unstressed stressed)
Rhymed Verse
prose
catalectic trochaic tetrameter (7 stressed unstressed)
Nobles: Adults
Unrhymed Iambic Pentameter (10 unstressed stressed)
Nobles: Young Lovers
Rhymed Verse
14 terms
Midsummer nights dream Act.1
Abjure (pg.24)
Austerity (pg.26)
Cloister (pg.24)
Discretion (pg.44)
Give up; surrender
Harshness; severity
Covent; sheltered place
Good sense; taste
Abjure (pg.24)
Give up; surrender
Austerity (pg.26)
Harshness; severity
10 terms
Midsummer Nights Dream 1-10
Abjure
Austere
Beguile
Blithe
Verb to renounce, repudiate, or retract, esp. with formal sol…
Adjective severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; str…
Verb to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude
Joyous, merry, or gay in disposition; glad; cheerful: Everyon…
Abjure
Verb to renounce, repudiate, or retract, esp. with formal sol…
Austere
Adjective severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; str…
35 terms
A Midsummer Night's Dream Act 1
Who is Theseus?
Why is Theseus anxious for the rising…
What does Theseus tell Philostrate to…
Why is Egeus angry?
The Duke of Athens, who is called on by Egeus to enforce the…
Theseus is engaged to the former Amazon queen, Hippolyta, and…
Philostrate is charged with the duty of making all of the vil…
His daughter, Hermia, is determined to marry Lysander, wherea…
Who is Theseus?
The Duke of Athens, who is called on by Egeus to enforce the…
Why is Theseus anxious for the rising…
Theseus is engaged to the former Amazon queen, Hippolyta, and…
30 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream
beguile
dissembling
dissension
impeach
charm, enchant
lying; deceptive
disagreement; argument
cast doubt upon; accuse
beguile
charm, enchant
dissembling
lying; deceptive
6 terms
Midsummer nights dream act1
Filched
Abjure
Visage
Perjured
snitched; stole
to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
A face or facial expression
guilty of telling a lie under an oath
Filched
snitched; stole
Abjure
to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to avoid
Midsummer's night dream
abjure
dowager
estate
extempore
To deny oneself something; to a formally renounce or give up;…
A woman who inherited a title or property from her deceased h…
Bestow upon; give to; will to.
With little or no preparation; without rehearsal.
abjure
To deny oneself something; to a formally renounce or give up;…
dowager
A woman who inherited a title or property from her deceased h…
Midsummer nights dream act 1
Vantage
Condole
Austerity
Dowager
A place or position affording a good view of something (favor…
Act mournful, lament (grieve)
Refraining from marriage; cutting back, plain
A widow with a title of property derived from her late husband
Vantage
A place or position affording a good view of something (favor…
Condole
Act mournful, lament (grieve)
14 terms
Midsummer Nights Dream Act 1
Abjure
Austerity
Cloister
Discretion
Surrender, give up... 24
Harshness, severity... 26
Convent, sheltered place... 24
Good sense, taste ... 44
Abjure
Surrender, give up... 24
Austerity
Harshness, severity... 26
22 terms
A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act 1
Mirth
Melancholy
Pomp
Vexation
(n.) gladness and merriment usually accompanied by laughter
(n.) depression of spirits; sadness
(adj.) ceremonial elegance and splendor
(n.) annoyance, irritation
Mirth
(n.) gladness and merriment usually accompanied by laughter
Melancholy
(n.) depression of spirits; sadness
10 terms
Week 1 Midsummer Night's Dream
Linger
Mirth
Vexation
Cunning
take one's time; proceed slowly.
great merriment.
anger produced by some annoying irritation.
crafty artfulness, especially in deception.
Linger
take one's time; proceed slowly.
Mirth
great merriment.
Midsummer Nights Dream Pt. 1
What was Bottom's trade?
What was Bottom's christian name?
Who was "king of shadows"?
Whose cue was "Deceiving me"?
Weaving
Nick
Oberon
Thisbe
What was Bottom's trade?
Weaving
What was Bottom's christian name?
Nick
10 terms
midsummers night dream vocab1
filched
abjure
persuasion
revenue
snitched or stole (v.)
to give up or to abstain from (v.)
the act of convincing (n.)
income or wealth (n.)
filched
snitched or stole (v.)
abjure
to give up or to abstain from (v.)
7 terms
Midsummers Night Dream Vocab #1
dowager
revenue
pomp
solemnity
(noun) a widow with a title or property derived from her late…
(noun) income, especially when of a company or organization a…
(noun) ceremony and splendid display, especially at a public…
(noun) the state or quality of being serious and dignified
dowager
(noun) a widow with a title or property derived from her late…
revenue
(noun) income, especially when of a company or organization a…
15 terms
A Midsummer Night's Dream # 1
nuptial
dowager
feigning
austerity
of or pertaining to marriage
a woman who holds some title or property
to put on an appearance of or deceptive
severity of manner, sterness
nuptial
of or pertaining to marriage
dowager
a woman who holds some title or property
Midsummer nights dream pt 1
austerity
beguile
cloister
dote
condition of lacking pleasure or luxury
to trick
place where members of a religious community live
to love with foolish fondness
austerity
condition of lacking pleasure or luxury
beguile
to trick
midsummer nights dream part 1
austerity
beguile
cloister
dote
condition of lacking pleasure or luxury
to trick
place where members of a religious community live
to love with foolish fondness
austerity
condition of lacking pleasure or luxury
beguile
to trick
midsummers night dream act 1
linger
melancholy
mirth
pomp
delay, prolong
Sadness, Gloomy
Amusement
arrogant
linger
delay, prolong
melancholy
Sadness, Gloomy
A Midsummer Nights Dream #1
Why did Ageus bring Hermia before the…
What does the Duke tell her to do if s…
What do Theseus and Egeus think the pr…
What does Lysander's comment reveal ab…
She wants to marry Lysander not Demetrius
She'll either marry him, become a nun or die
To always obey their fathers
His affections are fickle
Why did Ageus bring Hermia before the…
She wants to marry Lysander not Demetrius
What does the Duke tell her to do if s…
She'll either marry him, become a nun or die
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