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29 terms
Romeo and Juliet: Act 4
to plan the wedding with Friar Laurence
Lord Capulet wants them to.
he feels pressured and knows that Juli…
Juliet is short and sarcastic while Pa…
why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell? (scene 1)
what reason does Paris give for the hasty marriage?(1)
how does the Friar react to the news of this new marriage?(1)
characterize the conversation between Paris and Juliet...(1)
to plan the wedding with Friar Laurence
why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell? (scene 1)
Lord Capulet wants them to.
what reason does Paris give for the hasty marriage?(1)
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1
bard
mutiny
piteous
strife
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
deserving or inciting pity
Conflict or struggle.
bard
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
mutiny
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
11 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act I
grudge
fray
rebellious
adversary
something held against someone else
a fight; battle; struggle
not following rules; defiant
enemy
grudge
something held against someone else
fray
a fight; battle; struggle
19 terms
ROMEO & JULIET - Act 1
Romeo
Juliet
Benvolio
Nurse
a dreamer who falls in love easily
a Capulet in love with Romeo
Romeo's best friend, peacekeeper
Juliet's secret keeper, comic and humor
Romeo
a dreamer who falls in love easily
Juliet
a Capulet in love with Romeo
17 terms
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.
15 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 4
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 her, wha…
Friar Lawrence is concerned because Paris does not "know the…
Paris explains that it is a good thing to rush the marriage b…
Juliet and Paris talk about love and confession of love to Fr…
Juliet tells the Friar that she will kill herself by letting…
Why is Friar Laurence reluctant to mar…
Friar Lawrence is concerned because Paris does not "know the…
How does Paris explain the sudden hast…
Paris explains that it is a good thing to rush the marriage b…
11 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 2
Why do Mercutio and Benvolio laugh at…
What might happen to Romeo if he is fo…
Juliet is Romeo's?
Why doesn't Juliet want Romeo to swear…
He lept over the Capulet's wall to the garden.
Death
Sun
The moon is fickle and changes often.
Why do Mercutio and Benvolio laugh at…
He lept over the Capulet's wall to the garden.
What might happen to Romeo if he is fo…
Death
15 terms
Romeo & Juliet - Act 1
feud
pernicious
augment
portentous
(noun) -a prolonged quarrel or disagreement
(adj.) -that which causes great harm or damage
(verb) -to make larger; increase
(adj.) -ominous, predictive of future bad events.
feud
(noun) -a prolonged quarrel or disagreement
pernicious
(adj.) -that which causes great harm or damage
20 terms
ACT 1 Romeo and Juliet
Juliet is a?
Romeo is a?
What will happen if the servants of th…
Why is Romeo depressed and sad?
Capulet
Montague
Death
Rosaline does not share his love.
Juliet is a?
Capulet
Romeo is a?
Montague
5 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act I
augment
adversary
chaste
exquisite
to increase or intensify
opponent, foe, enemy
pure and decent, virtuous, virginal
of special beauty or charm
augment
to increase or intensify
adversary
opponent, foe, enemy
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet ACT 1
augment/ augmenting
bliss/ blissful
despair
endure
adding to; increasing
eternal happiness
lose all hope and or confidence
tolerate; to put up with
augment/ augmenting
adding to; increasing
bliss/ blissful
eternal happiness
5 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act III
fickle
banish
exile
mangle
changeable casually; inconstant emotionally; frequently chang…
to expel from a country or place; to rid
long separation from one's home or native country; to separat…
to spoil, disfigure, ruin, mar badly
fickle
changeable casually; inconstant emotionally; frequently chang…
banish
to expel from a country or place; to rid
19 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1
What does Sampson say when a Montague…
What lines does the Prince say to hint…
According to the prologue, what will b…
When Benvolio finds the fighting serva…
I do bite my thumb, sir.
If ever you disturb our streets again, Your lives shall pay t…
It will end their parents' strife.
He tries to stop the fight.
What does Sampson say when a Montague…
I do bite my thumb, sir.
What lines does the Prince say to hint…
If ever you disturb our streets again, Your lives shall pay t…
16 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act One
solemnity
profane
rapier
trifling
a solemn and dignified feeling
Showing contempt toward sacred things
a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges
Not significant, frivolous
solemnity
a solemn and dignified feeling
profane
Showing contempt toward sacred things
Romeo and Juliet Act 3
calamity (n)
courteous (adj)
desperate (adj)
dexterity (n)
serious trouble
mannerly, gracious, polite
reckless, rash, frantic
skill in using the hands, body or mind
calamity (n)
serious trouble
courteous (adj)
mannerly, gracious, polite
10 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 2
jest
impetuous
judicious
garish
to joke
quick to act without thinking
sensible; showing good judgement
(adj.) glaring; tastelessly showy or overdecorated in a vulga…
jest
to joke
impetuous
quick to act without thinking
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
jest
impetuous
judicious
garish
to joke, prank
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
possessing sound judgment, cautious, shrewd
marred by excessive ornamentation; gaudy
jest
to joke, prank
impetuous
capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash, impulsive
15 terms
Act I, "Romeo & Juliet"
adversary
anguish
assail
augment
enemy; one that opposes or resists
extreme pain, distress, or anxiety
to attack violently with blows or words
to make larger, greater, more numerous
adversary
enemy; one that opposes or resists
anguish
extreme pain, distress, or anxiety
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1
prologue
chorus
apothecary
aside
an introductory speech, often in verse, calling attention to…
the actor who spoke the prologue and commented throughout the…
a pharmacist; druggist
a part of an actor's lines supposedly not heard by others on…
prologue
an introductory speech, often in verse, calling attention to…
chorus
the actor who spoke the prologue and commented throughout the…
Romeo and Juliet Act I
solemnity
fray
trifling
saucy
noun... - serious or solemn observance or ceremonial proceeding:…
noun... - a fight; a situation of intense activity, typically on…
adj.... small, unimportant:... Such a trifling sum of money will ne…
adj.... - disrespectful, impudent, insolent:... Speaking back to th…
solemnity
noun... - serious or solemn observance or ceremonial proceeding:…
fray
noun... - a fight; a situation of intense activity, typically on…
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
29 terms
Romeo and Juliet: Act 4
Why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell?…
What reason does Paris give for the ha…
How does the Friar react to the news o…
Characterize the conversation between…
To plan the wedding to Juliet.
Lord Capulet wants them to.
He feels pressured and knows that Juliet will refuse to marry…
Juliet is short and sarcastic while Paris is arrogant.
Why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell?…
To plan the wedding to Juliet.
What reason does Paris give for the ha…
Lord Capulet wants them to.
14 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1 Vocabulary
solemnity
profane
rapier
trifling
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
unholy, defiled, impure
a sword
small, unimportant
solemnity
serious or solemn observance or ceremnial proceeding
profane
unholy, defiled, impure
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act II
counterfeit
cunning
intercession
invocation
fake
sly, clever at being deceitful
the act of pleading on behalf of another
a prayer to a g(G)od for help
counterfeit
fake
cunning
sly, clever at being deceitful
Romeo and Juliet Act 1
Adversary
Augmenting
Posterity
Grievance
A person who opposes or fights against another
Increasing
Future generations of people
Complaint
Adversary
A person who opposes or fights against another
Augmenting
Increasing
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary
Counterfeit
Cunning
Intercession
Invocation
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
prayer, petition, or entreaty in favor of another
the act of asking for help or support especially from a god
Counterfeit
made in imitation of something else with intent to deceive
Cunning
cleverness or skill especially at tricking people in order to…
20 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1
bard
mutiny
piteous
strife
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
deserving or inciting pity
Conflict or struggle.
bard
A poet, especially a lyric poet.
mutiny
open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by s…
15 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 3
Brawl
Effeminate
Eloquence
Exiled
(n.) a fist-fight or quarrel
(adj.) like a lady; feminine
(n.) the ability to speak expressively and persuasively
(v.) removed forcibly from one's home country or place of res…
Brawl
(n.) a fist-fight or quarrel
Effeminate
(adj.) like a lady; feminine
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary ACT 2
cunning
Procure
Quivering
invocation
cleverness, Slyness
Get, Obtain
To shake with a slight, rapid movement
the act of calling upon a spirit or incantation
cunning
cleverness, Slyness
Procure
Get, Obtain
Romeo and Juliet Act I
foe
valiant
adversary
grievance
an enemy or opponent
brave, courageous
An enemy, opponent
injustice; complaint
foe
an enemy or opponent
valiant
brave, courageous
12 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1
adversary
augmenting
beseech
grievance
one that contends, opposes, or resists another person
adding to; increasing; enlarging
beg
complaint
adversary
one that contends, opposes, or resists another person
augmenting
adding to; increasing; enlarging
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act IV
inundate
slander
pensive
entreat
To flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size
Words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another; a…
Deeply thoughtful
To ask earnestly; to beg
inundate
To flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size
slander
Words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another; a…
16 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 4
array
bear
beguile
dismal
fine, expensive clothing
to carry off or transport
to deceive or trick
depressing or hopeless
array
fine, expensive clothing
bear
to carry off or transport
Romeo and Juliet Act 4
shroud
distilling
bier
curfew
burial cloth or covering
purifying or refining
structure on which corpse or coffin is placed
specified time when townspeople must be off the streets
shroud
burial cloth or covering
distilling
purifying or refining
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet: Act II
conjure
discourses
enmity
exposition
raise; summon into action or bring into existence, often as i…
to speak or write formally and at length
deep-seated, often mutual hate
setting forth meaning or intent
conjure
raise; summon into action or bring into existence, often as i…
discourses
to speak or write formally and at length
Romeo and Juliet Act III
grievance
braggart
valor
gallant
complaint; statement of dissatisfaction
someone who boasts or brags
courage, bravery
gentlemanly; chivalrous
grievance
complaint; statement of dissatisfaction
braggart
someone who boasts or brags
36 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 1
refuse
mock
villain
foe
to say no to
to make fun of
the bad guy
enemy
refuse
to say no to
mock
to make fun of
21 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act V
ambiguity
peruse
remnants
haughty
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning language
read (something) typically in a thorough careful way
a small remaining quantity of something
arrogant superior and disdainful
ambiguity
uncertainty or inexactness of meaning language
peruse
read (something) typically in a thorough careful way
29 terms
Romeo and Juliet: Act 4
Why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell?…
What reason does Paris give for the ha…
How does the Friar react to the news o…
Characterize the conversation between…
To plan the wedding to Juliet.
Lord Capulet wants them to.
He feels pressured and knows that Juliet will refuse to marry…
Juliet is short and sarcastic while Paris is arrogant.
Why is Paris at Friar Laurence's Cell?…
To plan the wedding to Juliet.
What reason does Paris give for the ha…
Lord Capulet wants them to.
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act V
inter
auspicious
discern
peruse
To bury
showing signs of success; favorable; promising
To differentiate between two or more things
To read carefully; to study; to examine
inter
To bury
auspicious
showing signs of success; favorable; promising
Romeo and Juliet Act III
apt
garish
dote
absolve
adj.... • appropriate or suitable in the circumstances: an apt d…
adj.... • obtrusively bright and showy; lurid: garish shirts in…
verb... • (dote on/upon) be extremely and uncritically fond of:…
verb... • set or declare (someone) free from blame, guilt, or re…
apt
adj.... • appropriate or suitable in the circumstances: an apt d…
garish
adj.... • obtrusively bright and showy; lurid: garish shirts in…
Romeo and Juliet Vocab Act 3
consort
minstrels
livery
passado
to accompany musically
musicians
servant's uniform
lunge
consort
to accompany musically
minstrels
musicians
14 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 2
Chided
Confounds
Conjure
Discourses
criticized; scolded
confused, obscures
call up, summon
talks; speaks
Chided
criticized; scolded
Confounds
confused, obscures
13 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 4
Arbitrating
Culled
Distraught
Entreat
deciding; judging
chosen; selected
upset; distressed
plead; ask for
Arbitrating
deciding; judging
Culled
chosen; selected
10 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act Vocabulary
Scorn
Forswear
Scant
Quarrel
Lack of respect and intense dislike
Formally reject a held belief, usually under pressure
Limited; barely sufficient
An angry dispute
Scorn
Lack of respect and intense dislike
Forswear
Formally reject a held belief, usually under pressure
57 terms
Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Quotes
I pray thee, good Mercutio, let's reti…
By my head, here comes the Capulets.
And but one word with one of us? Coupl…
Consort? What, dost thou make us minst…
Benvolio
Benvolio
Mercutio
Mercutio
I pray thee, good Mercutio, let's reti…
Benvolio
By my head, here comes the Capulets.
Benvolio
10 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act I
Adversary
Augmenting
Beseech
Grievance
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(v.) increasing in size, number or amount
(v.) To beg, plead, implore
(n.) A complaint about a (real or imaginary) wrong that cause…
Adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
Augmenting
(v.) increasing in size, number or amount
27 terms
Romeo and Juliet, Act 2
beloved
conjure
likeness
jest
dearly loved
summon into action or bring into existence
similarity in appearance or nature between persons or things
tell a joke; speak humorously
beloved
dearly loved
conjure
summon into action or bring into existence
19 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 3
Romeo
Juliet
Mercutio
Tybalt
- banished from Verona... - sent to Mantua and can never return…
- married to one person, but loves another... - is distraught o…
- is a 'grave man' and is killed by Tybalt... - is related to t…
- killed by Romeo out of revenge... - is originally looking to…
Romeo
- banished from Verona... - sent to Mantua and can never return…
Juliet
- married to one person, but loves another... - is distraught o…
9 terms
Romeo & Juliet Act 3
beguile
dissembler
agile
intercession
To deceive; to charm; to enchant
a liar; deceiver
Able to move quickly and easily
A prayer on behalf of another person or group.
beguile
To deceive; to charm; to enchant
dissembler
a liar; deceiver
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