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Literature- Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary
addle
beguile
beseech
enmity
unable to think clearly
charm or enchant (someone) sometimes in a deceptive way
ask (someone) urgently and fervently1
state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to some…
addle
unable to think clearly
beguile
charm or enchant (someone) sometimes in a deceptive way
Literature Romeo and Juliet Act 5
ambiguity
peruse
remnants
haughty
(noun) doubtfulness or uncertainty of meeting
(verb) to read through very carefully
(noun) something left over; a remainder
(adjective) snobbishly proud
ambiguity
(noun) doubtfulness or uncertainty of meeting
peruse
(verb) to read through very carefully
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Literature Vocabulary ~ Romeo & Juliet
addle
ambiguity
amble
arbitrate
make unable to think clearly; confuse
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning in language.
walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace.
judge
addle
make unable to think clearly; confuse
ambiguity
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning in language.
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary 5
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 5
Peruse
Unsavory
Meager
Solace
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unpleasant to taste or smell
Thin; deficient in quality or quantity
A source of relief or consolation
Peruse
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unsavory
Unpleasant to taste or smell
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Literature Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Words
addle
beguile
beseech
enmity
make unable to think clearly; confuse
- charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way ... -…
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
the state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to…
addle
make unable to think clearly; confuse
beguile
- charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way ... -…
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
apothecary
to gorge
morsel
amorous
person who prepares and sells drugs or medicine
to eat greedily
a small amount; a crumb
in love
apothecary
person who prepares and sells drugs or medicine
to gorge
to eat greedily
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Romeo and Juliet vocabulary #5
Provke
Aloof
Ambiguities
Apprehend
Cause a problem
At a distance
Situations or matters that are unclear or confusing
To hold and keep close
Provke
Cause a problem
Aloof
At a distance
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary 5
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 #5
Wary
Omit
Convey
Fickle
(adj) Cautious about possible dangers or problems
(verb) To leave out
(verb) To carry to a place or person
(adj) Changing frequently; inconstant
Wary
(adj) Cautious about possible dangers or problems
Omit
(verb) To leave out
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary (5)
Apothecary
Presage
Inauspicious
Sepulcher
druggist
to predict
not promising
Tomb
Apothecary
druggist
Presage
to predict
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Literature vocab: Romeo and Juliet Acts 1-5
Pernicious
Posterity
Anguish
Profane
(Adj) destructive; deadly
(N) future generations
(N) Extreme suffering; agony
(V) to degrade or disrespect something Holy or important
Pernicious
(Adj) destructive; deadly
Posterity
(N) future generations
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Honors Literature Act 5 Romeo and Juliet
Kindred
Beseech
Penury
Caitiff
one's family or relatives.
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
extreme poverty; destitution.
a contemptible or cowardly person.
Kindred
one's family or relatives.
Beseech
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
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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
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Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary 5
peruse
unsavory
meager
solace
to examine or consider thoroughly
unpleasant to taste or smell
thin
a source of relief
peruse
to examine or consider thoroughly
unsavory
unpleasant to taste or smell
Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary 5
forsake (verb)
inexorable (adjective)
shroud (noun)
loathsome (adjective)
To give up (something held dear); renounce
Incapable of being persuaded by pleading; relentless
A cloth used to wrap a body for burial; a winding sheet.
Causing hatred or disgust; repulsive
forsake (verb)
To give up (something held dear); renounce
inexorable (adjective)
Incapable of being persuaded by pleading; relentless
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Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary 5
Apothecary
Presage
Inauspicious
Sepulcher
druggist
to predict
not promising
tomb
Apothecary
druggist
Presage
to predict
Romeo and Juliet - Vocabulary Set - Prentice Hall Literature
pernicious
augmenting
grievance
transgression
causing great injury or ruin
increasing; enlarging
injustice; complaint
wrongdoing; sin
pernicious
causing great injury or ruin
augmenting
increasing; enlarging
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary #5
Abate
Valor
Enjoined
Wayward
To reduce in amount, degree, or intensity
great courage in the face of danger, especially in battle
instruct or urge (someone) to do something.
difficult to control or predict because of unusual or pervers…
Abate
To reduce in amount, degree, or intensity
Valor
great courage in the face of danger, especially in battle
Romeo and Juliet vocabulary 5
abhorred
ambiguities
amorous
apothecary
looked at with horror or hated intensly
things with two or more meanings or mysteries
loving or in love
a person who prepares and sells drugs
abhorred
looked at with horror or hated intensly
ambiguities
things with two or more meanings or mysteries
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Romeo and Juliet vocabulary 5
Vice
Shrift
Rancor
Bandying
Sin
Confession
Hatred
Fighting
Vice
Sin
Shrift
Confession
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romeo and juliet vocabulary 5
Penury
Inauspicious
Obdurate
Forbear
(noun)... poverty... poor
(adj)... unfavorable ... negative
(adj)... stubborn; reluctant; not willing to change ones mind... re…
(verb)... to stop ones self from perfuming an action or other de…
Penury
(noun)... poverty... poor
Inauspicious
(adj)... unfavorable ... negative
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary 5
Condemn:vb.
Convoy: noun
Dexterity: noun
Discourse: vb.
To express disapproval
A group traveling together
Skill in performing tasks
To speak or write about a topic
Condemn:vb.
To express disapproval
Convoy: noun
A group traveling together
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Romeo and Juliet 5 Vocabulary
apothecary
presage
inauspicious
sepulcher
druggist
to predict
not promising
tomb
apothecary
druggist
presage
to predict
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Vocabulary - Romeo and Juliet 5
inundation
compass
beseech
behest
a flood or overflow
boundary, circumference; a circumscribed space or scope
to beg for urgently or anxiously
an authoritative order: command
inundation
a flood or overflow
compass
boundary, circumference; a circumscribed space or scope
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary: #5
Scourge
Pestilence
Penury
Presage
A means of afflicting severe suffering or punishment
Fatal epidemic or plague
Extreme poverty
Something that foreshadows a future event
Scourge
A means of afflicting severe suffering or punishment
Pestilence
Fatal epidemic or plague
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary 5
Persue
Unsavory
Meager
Solace
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unpleasant to taste or smell
Thin; deficient in quality or quantity
A source of relief or consplation
Persue
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unsavory
Unpleasant to taste or smell
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Romeo And Juliet Vocabulary 5
Peruse
Unsavory
Meager
Solace
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unpleasant to taste or smell
Thin or deficient in quality or quantity
A source of relief or consolation
Peruse
To examine or consider thoroughly
Unsavory
Unpleasant to taste or smell
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary #5
cordial
dispatch
engrossed
inauspicious
(adj.) courteous and gracious, friendly
(v.) to send away with promptness or speed; quickness, haste,…
(adj.) having all one's attention or interest absorbed by som…
(adj.) unfavorable, ill predictions, ill omen, contrary to yo…
cordial
(adj.) courteous and gracious, friendly
dispatch
(v.) to send away with promptness or speed; quickness, haste,…
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Vocabulary 5: Romeo and Juliet
Abate
Valor
Enjoined
Prostrate
to reduce in amount, degree, or intensity
great courage in the face of danger, especially battle
to give instructions or direct somebody to do something
lying stretched out on the ground with ones face downward
Abate
to reduce in amount, degree, or intensity
Valor
great courage in the face of danger, especially battle
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary #5
scourge
penury
pestilence
apothecary
(noun) a major affliction or hardship
(adj) impoverished, poor
(noun) epidemic
(noun) druggist
scourge
(noun) a major affliction or hardship
penury
(adj) impoverished, poor
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary #5
perjury
livery
physic
intercession
the willful giving of false testimony under oath
costume or insignia worn. By the retainers of a feudal lord;…
medical knowledge; medicine
to ask or plead for something on the behalf of another person
perjury
the willful giving of false testimony under oath
livery
costume or insignia worn. By the retainers of a feudal lord;…
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Vocabulary #5 Romeo and Juliet
Perjury (n)
Livery (n)
Physic (n)
Intercession (n)
the willful giving of false testimony under oath
costume or insignia worn by the retainers of a feudal lord; u…
medical knowledge; medicine
to ask or plead for something on the behalf of another person
Perjury (n)
the willful giving of false testimony under oath
Livery (n)
costume or insignia worn by the retainers of a feudal lord; u…
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary #5
perjury
livery
physic
intercession
The willful giving of false testimony under oath.
Costume or insignia worn by the retainers of a feudal lord; u…
Medical knowledge; medicine.
To ask or plead for something on the behalf of another person.
perjury
The willful giving of false testimony under oath.
livery
Costume or insignia worn by the retainers of a feudal lord; u…
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary #5
Presage
Aloof
Approach
Strew
A sign of something about to happen.
Remote in manner.
To come near or verge on.
Spread by scattering.
Presage
A sign of something about to happen.
Aloof
Remote in manner.
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.
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Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary 5
scourge
caitiff
inter
penury
a major affliction or harship
mean, evil person
bury
impoverished
scourge
a major affliction or harship
caitiff
mean, evil person
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Romeo and Juliet - Vocabulary Set - Prentice Hall Literature
pernicious
augmenting
grievance
transgression
causing great injury or ruin
increasing; enlarging
injustice; complaint
wrongdoing; sin
pernicious
causing great injury or ruin
augmenting
increasing; enlarging
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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
Romeo and Juliet Act 5 vocabulary
Remnants
Penury
Haughty
Sepulcher
remaining persons or things
extreme poverty
arrogant
tomb
Remnants
remaining persons or things
Penury
extreme poverty
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
Why is Romeo feeling cheerful at the b…
What does the speed with which Romeo m…
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
He had a dream that he was dead but Juliet kissed him and bro…
He is a bold and decisive person.
What news does Balthasar bring Romeo?
He brings the news of Juliet's death. A note from the Friar a…
After hearing the news, where does Rom…
To the Capulet tomb for mourning.
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Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocabulary
loathsome
pestilence
aloof
haughty
(adj) disgusting, repulsive... Ex. My mom thinks snakes are Loat…
(noun) a deadly epidemic disease... ex: The bubonic plague sprea…
(adv) reserved or indifferent ... ex: Jennifer chose to sit by h…
(adj) snobbish, arrogant, proud... ex: We expected Denise to be…
loathsome
(adj) disgusting, repulsive... Ex. My mom thinks snakes are Loat…
pestilence
(noun) a deadly epidemic disease... ex: The bubonic plague sprea…
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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
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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
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 - Vocabulary Set - Prentice Hall Literature
grievance
transgression
heretics
cunning
injustice; complaint
wrongdoing; sin
those who hold belief opposed to the established teachings of…
cleverness; slyness
grievance
injustice; complaint
transgression
wrongdoing; sin
Literature - Romeo & Juliet terms
monologue
aside
soliloquy
dramatic irony
A long speech spoken by a character in a play, story or person
a short speech delivered by an actor in a play
A long speech expressing the thoughts of a character alone on…
Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is unders…
monologue
A long speech spoken by a character in a play, story or person
aside
a short speech delivered by an actor in a play
Romeo and Juliet Literature Notes
prose and poetry
fiction and non fiction
lyric and narrative
Genre
two large divisions of literature
two large divisions of prose
two large divisions of poetry
a style of literature
prose and poetry
two large divisions of literature
fiction and non fiction
two large divisions of prose
Romeo & Juliet Vocabulary 5
Condemn
Convoy
Dexterity
Discourse
verb - to express complete disapproval of, typically in publi…
noun - the act of accompanying or escorting, especially for p…
noun - skill in performing tasks, especially with the hands.
verb - to speak authoritatively about a topic.
Condemn
verb - to express complete disapproval of, typically in publi…
Convoy
noun - the act of accompanying or escorting, especially for p…
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Romeo and Juliet - Literature Terms
Blank verse
Prose
Comic relief
Soliloquy
A poem with no rhyme but has iambic pentameter.
Something written or spoken language in its ordinary form, wi…
Comic episodes in a dramatic or literary work that offset mor…
An act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
Blank verse
A poem with no rhyme but has iambic pentameter.
Prose
Something written or spoken language in its ordinary form, wi…
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