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Shakespeare 3
adieu
coil
Coz
Consort
Farewell
Troubles/fuss
Cousin/friend
Partner (hang out with)
adieu
Farewell
coil
Troubles/fuss
15 terms
Shakespeare #3
Oxymoron
Pernicious
Peruse
Portentous
Contradiction
Deadly
Study
Threatening
Oxymoron
Contradiction
Pernicious
Deadly
Shakespeare Terms #3
dramatis personae
catastrophe
chorus
hamartia
Latin for the characters or persons in a play
The final resolution or denouement of the plot in a tragedy,…
A group of characters in Greek tragedy (and in later forms of…
The tragic flaw which causes a character's downfall
dramatis personae
Latin for the characters or persons in a play
catastrophe
The final resolution or denouement of the plot in a tragedy,…
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
Perchance
Perforce
Prithee
Resolve
Maybe
Of necessity
I pray thee please
To answer or reply
Perchance
Maybe
Perforce
Of necessity
Shakespeare 3
Lunacy
Expostulate
Brevity
Surmise
Insanity noun
To explain to demand verb
Briefness noun
To guess verb
Lunacy
Insanity noun
Expostulate
To explain to demand verb
11 terms
shakespeare #3
inundation
prostrate
pensive
distraught
a flood or overflow
lying face down
thinking deeply in a serious way
upset, anxious, agitated
inundation
a flood or overflow
prostrate
lying face down
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
Oft
Perchance
Pray
Resolve
often
maybe
beg
plan
Oft
often
Perchance
maybe
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
Abate
Beguile
Bier
Dirge
To reduce
To trick
Structure to hold a coffin
Funeral hymn
Abate
To reduce
Beguile
To trick
16 terms
Shakespeare 3
Nay
Ne'er
O'er
Oft
No
Never
Over
Often
Nay
No
Ne'er
Never
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
Indomitable
Infalliable
Plod
Pungent
Impossible to defeat
Incapable of making mistakes or being wrong
Walk slowly with heavy steps
Having a sharp, strong taste or smell
Indomitable
Impossible to defeat
Infalliable
Incapable of making mistakes or being wrong
Shakespeare 3
doth
Dost
jest
beshrew
does, do
does, do
joke
curse (verb)
doth
does, do
Dost
does, do
Shakespeare #3
negligence
haste
consort
lighter-heeled
failure to take care of something
excessive speed of an action
Associate with someone, usually with disapproval
Quicker or faster
negligence
failure to take care of something
haste
excessive speed of an action
15 terms
Shakespeare 3
Vile
Sallow
Waverer
Lamentable
Worthless, cheap, low
Of a sickly pale yellowish complexion
One who changes or is unsteady,
Distressing, sad
Vile
Worthless, cheap, low
Sallow
Of a sickly pale yellowish complexion
7 terms
Shakespeare 3
Vizards
Jocund
Treachery
Mirth
A mask/disguise
Cheerful/light hearted
Untrustworthy/betrayal
Amusement
Vizards
A mask/disguise
Jocund
Cheerful/light hearted
5 terms
Shakespeare 3
Loathsome
Pensive
Distraught
Solace
Feelings of Hatred or Disgust ... Adj... Syn:appalling ... Ant:Inoffen…
Quietly sad or thoughtful ... Adj... Syn:Musing... Ant:Unreflective
Very Upset... Adj... Syn:Delirious... Ant:Composed
To give grief in misfortune... Noun... Syn:Console... Ant:Torture
Loathsome
Feelings of Hatred or Disgust ... Adj... Syn:appalling ... Ant:Inoffen…
Pensive
Quietly sad or thoughtful ... Adj... Syn:Musing... Ant:Unreflective
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
wayward
loathsome
dismal
haughty
disobedient, turning or changing regularly.
disgusting, revolting
gloomy, without skill
proud, cocky
wayward
disobedient, turning or changing regularly.
loathsome
disgusting, revolting
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
Doublet
Dissemblers
Strange
Civil
A kind of jacket
Liars
Unfamiliar
Well behaved; courteous
Doublet
A kind of jacket
Dissemblers
Liars
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
Consort
Bandy
Bedaubed
Disparage
Husband or wife
Pass from one to another, back or forth
Smear all over
Speak of or treat poorly
Consort
Husband or wife
Bandy
Pass from one to another, back or forth
15 terms
Shakespeare 3
bequeath
chide
derision
recompence
to leave or pass on to
disapprove; scold
ridicule or mockery
payment
bequeath
to leave or pass on to
chide
disapprove; scold
12 terms
Shakespeare 3
Thee
Thither
Thy
'Tis
You
There
Your
It is
Thee
You
Thither
There
24 terms
Shakespeare 3
Gallant
Fray
Martial
Agile
Brave
A noisy fight
Military
Quick and easy of movement
Gallant
Brave
Fray
A noisy fight
16 terms
Shakespeare 3
Squalid
Indignantly
Cochineal
Lissome
very dirty and unpleasant; immoral or dishonest
feeling or showing anger because of something that is unfair…
a red dye consisting of the dried bodies of female cochineal…
thin and graceful
Squalid
very dirty and unpleasant; immoral or dishonest
Indignantly
feeling or showing anger because of something that is unfair…
Shakespeare 3
Tragic Hero
Antagonist
Foil
Soliloquy
*is the protagonist or certain character the one with whom au…
*is the force working against the protagonist ... *can be anothe…
*is a character whose personality and attitude contact sharpl…
*is a speech given by a character alone on stage ... *let's the…
Tragic Hero
*is the protagonist or certain character the one with whom au…
Antagonist
*is the force working against the protagonist ... *can be anothe…
Shakespeare 3
Gallant
Fray
Martial
Agile
Brave
A noisy fight
Military
Quick and easy if movement
Gallant
Brave
Fray
A noisy fight
15 terms
Shakespeare 3
Jocund
Puling
Discord
Beguile
Cheerfully, Merry
Whining, whimpering
Lack of harmony
To deceive or cheat
Jocund
Cheerfully, Merry
Puling
Whining, whimpering
33 terms
shakespeare #3
metadrama tempest
Masque
metadrama 12th night
epiphany
Prospero telling Ariel performed Harpy well, epilogue, coming…
figures with speeches representing certain things, not really…
Fool pretends to be priest, page 25 viola playing boy's part,…
12th night is when 3 wisemen came, known as epiphany, Act 5 h…
metadrama tempest
Prospero telling Ariel performed Harpy well, epilogue, coming…
Masque
figures with speeches representing certain things, not really…
10 terms
Shakespeare #3
carrion (n)
intor (v)
havoc (n)
rite (n)
dead flesh
bury
mass destruction; chaos
ceremonial act; mutual
carrion (n)
dead flesh
intor (v)
bury
15 terms
Shakespeare Vocabulary 3
fain
fecks
go to
Gramercy
gladly, also willing
a very mild exclamation
exclamation meaning "incredible" or "no way"
thanks or thank you
fain
gladly, also willing
fecks
a very mild exclamation
43 terms
Shakespeare 3
John Fletcher
Romance
Edmund
Edgar
-Shakespeare collaborated with what author in the "two noble…
...
(1729-1797) Member of British Parliament and author of Reflec…
Gloucester's older, legitimate son. Edgar plays many differen…
John Fletcher
-Shakespeare collaborated with what author in the "two noble…
Romance
...
6 terms
Shakespeare 3
" Never fear that. If he be so resolve…
"Come hither, sirrah.... In Parthia did I…
"Nay, I am sure it is, Volumnius ... Thou…
"Free from the bondage you are in, Mes…
• Exemplifies Rome's decadence/sophistication... • Warning again…
• The liberation of a slave is equated from liberation of a s…
• Brutus needs someone of respectable office to hold the swor…
• Brutus dies unbroken and unbeaten... • Strato says he had no r…
" Never fear that. If he be so resolve…
• Exemplifies Rome's decadence/sophistication... • Warning again…
"Come hither, sirrah.... In Parthia did I…
• The liberation of a slave is equated from liberation of a s…
SHAKESPEARE 3
infallible (adj)
inoculate (v)-
insinuation (n)
jocund (adj)
Incapable of doing wrong
to introduce a dead or inactive virus into a person so that t…
to drop a hint or suggestion that someone is engaging in bad…
pleasant, jolly
infallible (adj)
Incapable of doing wrong
inoculate (v)-
to introduce a dead or inactive virus into a person so that t…
10 terms
Shakespeare Terms #3
dramatis personae
catastrophe
chorus
hamartia
Latin for the characters or persons in a play
The final resolution or denouement of the plot in a tragedy,…
A group of characters in Greek tragedy (and in later forms of…
The tragic flaw which causes a character's downfall
dramatis personae
Latin for the characters or persons in a play
catastrophe
The final resolution or denouement of the plot in a tragedy,…
12 terms
Shakespeare 3
brawl
effeminate
eloquence
exiled
a rough or noisy fight or quarrel
(of a man) having or showing characteristics regarded as typi…
fluent or persuasive speaking or writing
expel and bar (someone) from their native country, typically…
brawl
a rough or noisy fight or quarrel
effeminate
(of a man) having or showing characteristics regarded as typi…
Shakespeare 3
Vile
Sallow
Waverer
Lamentable
Worthless cheap low (adj)
Sickly pale yellowish complexion
One who changes or is unsteady
Distressing sad
Vile
Worthless cheap low (adj)
Sallow
Sickly pale yellowish complexion
10 terms
Shakespeare Vocab. List #3
antipathy
proponent
preconception
posterity
a strong feeling of dislike... (noun)
a person who argues in favor of something... (noun)
an idea or opinion formed beforehand... (noun)
all the descendants of a person (future generations)... (noun)
antipathy
a strong feeling of dislike... (noun)
proponent
a person who argues in favor of something... (noun)
143 terms
Shakespeare 3
King Lear... Act 1... Scene 1... Line 76... Cord…
King Lear... Act 1... Scene 1... Line 108... Lear
King Lear... Act 1... Scene 1... Line 129... Lear
King Lear... Act 1... Scene 1... Line 149... Kent
Then poor Cordelia!... And yet not so, since I am sure my love's…
Let it be so. Thy truth then be thy dower.... For by the sacred…
Let pride, which she calls plainness, marry her.
Reserve thy state. And in thy best consideration check... This h…
King Lear... Act 1... Scene 1... Line 76... Cord…
Then poor Cordelia!... And yet not so, since I am sure my love's…
King Lear... Act 1... Scene 1... Line 108... Lear
Let it be so. Thy truth then be thy dower.... For by the sacred…
10 terms
Shakespeare 3
odious
knavery
consecrated
illusion
adj. deserving or causing hatred; hateful (odiously, odiousne…
n. unprincipled, untrustworthy, dishonest dealing (knavish, k…
v. to make or declare sacred (consecration, consecrator)
n. something that deceives by producing a false or misleading…
odious
adj. deserving or causing hatred; hateful (odiously, odiousne…
knavery
n. unprincipled, untrustworthy, dishonest dealing (knavish, k…
10 terms
Shakespeare Vocab 3
abate (verb)
beguile (verb)
bier (noun)
dirge (noun)
to reduce/make less
to deceive/trick
structure to hold a coffin
funeral hymn
abate (verb)
to reduce/make less
beguile (verb)
to deceive/trick
Shakespeare Vocabulary List #3
antipathy
proponent
preconception
posterity
(n.) a strong feeling of dislike
(n.) a person who argues in favor of something, an advocate
(n.) an idea or opinion formed beforehand
(n.) all the descendants of a person, future generations
antipathy
(n.) a strong feeling of dislike
proponent
(n.) a person who argues in favor of something, an advocate
Shakespear 3
Doth
Dost
Jest
Beshrew
Does, do
Does,do
Joke
Curse(verb)
Doth
Does, do
Dost
Does,do
Shakespeare (3) Shakespeare's language
adaptation
to alternate
bawdy
capitalisation
Bearbeitung
abwechseln
obszön; derb
Großschreibung
adaptation
Bearbeitung
to alternate
abwechseln
#3 Shakespeare's Words
Pit
Plague
Prop
Soliloquy
ground in front of the globe theater. (fresh rushes were stre…
deadly contagious disease.( The Bubonic Plague or Black Death…
item carried onstage by an actor.(props used in Shakespeare's…
speech by a character to himself.( In Hamlet's famous soliloq…
Pit
ground in front of the globe theater. (fresh rushes were stre…
Plague
deadly contagious disease.( The Bubonic Plague or Black Death…
14 terms
Shakespeare 3
Fain
Enmity
Discourses
Demesnes
Happy
Hatred
To express verbally
Land
Fain
Happy
Enmity
Hatred
12 terms
Shakespeare list #3
shrew
rail
habit
gamut
(n) a wild, ill-mannered person
(v) to yell
(n) an outfit
(n) a musical scale or a range
shrew
(n) a wild, ill-mannered person
rail
(v) to yell
20 terms
Shakespeare (3)
Herrschaft
Wohlstand; Gedeihen
dickköpfig
despotisch
reign
prosperity
headstrong
despotic
Herrschaft
reign
Wohlstand; Gedeihen
prosperity
14 terms
Shakespeare 3
Loath
Gossamer
Conceit
Consort
Unwilling to do something
Delicate
Fanciful idea
Spouse
Loath
Unwilling to do something
Gossamer
Delicate
13 terms
Shakespeare Vocab, set 3
nigh
twain
anon
good morrow
near
two
soon
good morning; see you tomorrow
nigh
near
twain
two
72 terms
Shakespeare 3
who dies is Forbidden Planet
who says oh cunning enemy that to catc…
pastoral pattern that Norpful Fry calls
what does Prospero do to his books of…
Morbius
Angelo
the green world
sinks the books in the ocean
who dies is Forbidden Planet
Morbius
who says oh cunning enemy that to catc…
Angelo
12 terms
The Shakespeare Stealer List 3
transmit
transform
amiable
parsimonious
to send from one person, thing or place to another. To cause…
to change markedly in appearance or form. To change in nature…
having pleasant, good-natured personal qualities.
exhibiting extreme or excessive economy; sparing in expenditu…
transmit
to send from one person, thing or place to another. To cause…
transform
to change markedly in appearance or form. To change in nature…
Shakespeare words 3
Inundation
Pensive
Prostrate
Distraught
A flood
Thinking deeply in a serious way
Lying or stretched out with face to the ground
Upset, anxious, agitated
Inundation
A flood
Pensive
Thinking deeply in a serious way
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