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42 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
bestowed
valiant
disdain
pernicious
given formally or officially
brave, courageous
contempt; strong dislike
destructive; deadly
bestowed
given formally or officially
valiant
brave, courageous
18 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
requite (v)
warrant (v)
mirth (n)
transgression (n)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
to give authorization or justification
amusement, usually accompanied by laughter
a breach in the law
requite (v)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
warrant (v)
to give authorization or justification
Much Ado Vocabulary
Abide
Allegiance
Amorous
Commend
To remain, continue
Loyalty or devotion to some person
Strongly attracted or disposed to love
...
Abide
To remain, continue
Allegiance
Loyalty or devotion to some person
much ado vocabulary
belie
coy
proverb
unmitigated
Contradict
shy
wise saying
absolute
belie
Contradict
coy
shy
Much Ado Vocabulary
Adverse
Allusion
Apostrophe
Beseech
preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable.
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a punctuation mark ( ' ) used to indicate either possession.
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
Adverse
preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable.
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
12 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
misgovernment(n)
dote(on) (verb)
zeal(n)
blithe(adj.)
dishonesty,lies, bad behavior.... The criminal's misgovernment o…
to give love and devotion(sometimes foolishly)... My grandmother…
excited dedication and eagerness... Painting is my passion and I…
cheerful, joyous, and happy... My blithe attitude towards school…
misgovernment(n)
dishonesty,lies, bad behavior.... The criminal's misgovernment o…
dote(on) (verb)
to give love and devotion(sometimes foolishly)... My grandmother…
Much Ado Vocabulary
Amiable
Apparition
Auspicious
Beseech
Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
A super natural appearance of a person or thing especially a…
Promising success; propitious; opportune; favorable
To implore urgently
Amiable
Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
Apparition
A super natural appearance of a person or thing especially a…
15 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
schrewd
flout
haggard
Marry
astute or sharp in practical matters
to treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt
having a gaunt, wasted, or exhausted appearance
an interjection meaning, "By the virgin Marry!"
schrewd
astute or sharp in practical matters
flout
to treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt
46 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary Definition
Adverse
Allusion
Apostrophe
Beseech
preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable.
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a punctuation mark ( ' ) used to indicate either possession.
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
Adverse
preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable.
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
20 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
skirmish
abide
disdain
commndation
a minor fight
accept; tolerate
scorn, contempt: to despise, to hate
approval, praise
skirmish
a minor fight
abide
accept; tolerate
24 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
troth
slander
flout
requite
faithfulness, fidelity, and loyalty
malicious, or false
to treat with disdain, or to scorn
to give or do in return
troth
faithfulness, fidelity, and loyalty
slander
malicious, or false
24 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
troth
slander
flout
requite
faithfulness, loyalty
fake lies, gossip
to mock
to return a favor
troth
faithfulness, loyalty
slander
fake lies, gossip
46 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
adverse
allusion
apostrophe
beseech
preventing success or development
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a punctuation mark (') used to indicate possession or the omi…
ask (something) urgently to do something
adverse
preventing success or development
allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
46 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary Definition
Adverse
Allusion
Apostrophe
Beseech
preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable.
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a punctuation mark ( ' ) used to indicate either possession.
ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore…
Adverse
preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable.
Allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
Much Ado Vocabulary
Abide
Allegiance
Amorous
Commend
to remain; continue; stay: Abide with me.
the loyalty of a citizen to his or her government or of a sub…
inclined or disposed to love, especially sexual love: an amor…
to present, mention, or praise as worthy of confidence, notic…
Abide
to remain; continue; stay: Abide with me.
Allegiance
the loyalty of a citizen to his or her government or of a sub…
25 terms
Much Ado about Nothing Vocabulary Unit
conducive
evince
impetuous
petulant
supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
to demonstrate clearly; to prove
Impulsive
Irritable
conducive
supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
evince
to demonstrate clearly; to prove
Vocabulary ( much ado #1)
Skirmish
Subdued
Treatise
Obstinate
A fight between small bodies of opposing troops
Inhibited
A formal piece of writing on a given subject
Firmly or stubbornly holding on to one's purpose
Skirmish
A fight between small bodies of opposing troops
Subdued
Inhibited
Vocabulary (much ado #2)
reputed
covertly
endeavor
abhor
reported to be
undercover; secretly; concealed; disguised
to make an effort; to attempt; to try - noun: a strenuous
to utterly detest; to loathe; to hate with a passion
reputed
reported to be
covertly
undercover; secretly; concealed; disguised
Much Ado About Vocabulary
Shrewd
Flout
Haggard
Marry
astute or sharp in practical matters
To treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt
having a gaunt, wasted, or exhausted appearances
an interjection meaning "By the Virgin Mary"
Shrewd
astute or sharp in practical matters
Flout
To treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt
45 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary Examples
Adverse
Allusion
Apostrophe
Blank verse
The climb up the mountain had to be abandoned due to adverse…
Both avoided any allusion to the future.
"Is this a dagger which I see before me,... The handle toward my…
whose names yet run smoothly in the even road of a blank vers…
Adverse
The climb up the mountain had to be abandoned due to adverse…
Allusion
Both avoided any allusion to the future.
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
shrewd
disdain
perturbation
mirth
adj - having or showing sharp powers of judgment
n - the feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one'…
n - anxiety; mental uneasiness.
n - amusement, especially as expressed in laughter.
shrewd
adj - having or showing sharp powers of judgment
disdain
n - the feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one'…
48 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Act 1
League
Squarer
Pestilence
...
Unit of about 3 miles.
Quarreler; one who delights in fighting.
A usually fatal disease, esp. bubonic plague.
Act 1
...
League
Unit of about 3 miles.
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Vocabulary - Much Ado About Nothing
League
Squarer
Pestilence
Turncoat
Unit of about three miles.
Quarreler; one who delights in fighting.
A usually fatal disease, esp. the bubonic plaque.
One who traitoriously switches allegience.
League
Unit of about three miles.
Squarer
Quarreler; one who delights in fighting.
20 terms
much ado vocabulary #1
abide
allegience
amorous
commend
remain, continue, obay
loyalty or devotion to some person, group, cause, or the like.
showing or expressing love:
to present, mention, or praise as worthy of confidence, notic…
abide
remain, continue, obay
allegience
loyalty or devotion to some person, group, cause, or the like.
Much Ado About Nothing (vocabulary)
league
squarer
pestilence
turncoat
unit of about 3 miles
quarreler; one who delights in fighting
a usually fatal disease, esp. bubonic plague
one who traitorously switches allegiance
league
unit of about 3 miles
squarer
quarreler; one who delights in fighting
Much Ado Vocabulary (Part 2)
Chastity
Coxcomb
Counterfeit
Courtly Love
(N) Sexual or moral purity, Mythological reference (Dian)
(adj, n) a foolish or vain man, cap worn by a professional fo…
(adj, n ) made in exact imitation of something valuable or im…
highly conventionalized medieval tradition of love between a…
Chastity
(N) Sexual or moral purity, Mythological reference (Dian)
Coxcomb
(adj, n) a foolish or vain man, cap worn by a professional fo…
29 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
Fraught
Chicanery
Subjugated
Amoral
Filled or laden with
Trickery or deception by quibbling or sophistry
To bring under complete control or subjugation; conquer; master
Having no moral standards, unaware of or indifferent to quest…
Fraught
Filled or laden with
Chicanery
Trickery or deception by quibbling or sophistry
15 terms
Much Ado Vocabulary
shrewd
flout
Haggard
Marry
adj. astute or sharp in practical matters
v. to treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt
adj. having a gaunt, wasted, or exhausted appearance
int. an interjection meaning "By the Virgin Mary!"
shrewd
adj. astute or sharp in practical matters
flout
v. to treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
aside
blank verse
iambic pentameter
anadiplosis
character speaks directly to the audience or a select few on…
unrhymed iambic pentameter
5 iambs per line (an iamb is a pair of syllables)
end and start a sentence/clause with the same word
aside
character speaks directly to the audience or a select few on…
blank verse
unrhymed iambic pentameter
20 terms
Much Ado about Nothing Vocabulary
skirmish
abide
disdain
commendation
a minor fight
to accept, tolerate
hatred; scorn or contempt; (v) to despise, to hate
approval; praise
skirmish
a minor fight
abide
to accept, tolerate
10 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Valiant
Skirmish
Pestilence
Disdain
Having or showing valor
A Minor or short term fight
Any epidemic disease with a high death rate
Lack of respect with a feeling of intense dislike
Valiant
Having or showing valor
Skirmish
A Minor or short term fight
25 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
requite (v)
warrant (v)
slander (n)
mirth (n)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
to give authorization or justification
malicious, false, or defamatory statement or report damaging…
amusement, usually accompanied by laughter
requite (v)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
warrant (v)
to give authorization or justification
Much Ado about Nothing Vocabulary
disdain
sparring
discontent
heir
arrogance
practice fighting
unhappy with what one has
a person who gets something when another dies
disdain
arrogance
sparring
practice fighting
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
requite
warrant
slander
mirth
to make payment or return for, to avenge
to guarantee the quality, to guarantee the reliability of; vo…
a false and malicious statement about someone
gladness and gaiety
requite
to make payment or return for, to avenge
warrant
to guarantee the quality, to guarantee the reliability of; vo…
50 terms
Much Ado About Nothing vocabulary
amorous
feat
skirmish
embrace
showing, feeling, or relating to love.
an achievement that requires great courage, skill, or strength.
an episode of irregular or unpremeditated fighting, especiall…
accept or support (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and…
amorous
showing, feeling, or relating to love.
feat
an achievement that requires great courage, skill, or strength.
24 terms
Much Ado About Nothing: Vocabulary List #1
abide
allegiance
amorous
apparel
(v.) to accept or act in according with
(n.) loyalty
(adj.) inclined toward or displaying love
(n.) clothing
abide
(v.) to accept or act in according with
allegiance
(n.) loyalty
48 terms
Much Ado About Nothing (Vocabulary)
Act I
League
Squarer
Pestilence
...
Unit of about 3 miles.
Quarreler; one who delights in fighting.
A usually fatal disease; especially bubonic plague.
Act I
...
League
Unit of about 3 miles.
5 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Shrewd
Counterfeit
Disdain
Slander
Good at judging people or situations, crafty
Forged, false
Intense scorn
Saying something false and damaging
Shrewd
Good at judging people or situations, crafty
Counterfeit
Forged, false
37 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Baldrick
Banquet
Bullock
Cleave
A wide belt worn over the right shoulder to support a sword o…
Ceremonial meal
A castrated bull
To split with or as if with a sharp instrument
Baldrick
A wide belt worn over the right shoulder to support a sword o…
Banquet
Ceremonial meal
12 terms
List 9 Vocabulary (Much Ado 1)
pernicious
disdain
obstinate
heretic
extremely harmful; deadly, fatal
Intense dislike
Stubborn or hard to control
a person who opposes accepted and established beliefs
pernicious
extremely harmful; deadly, fatal
disdain
Intense dislike
32 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
acquaint
reconcile
bestow
disdain
inform
come to terms with
give; grant
to hate something
acquaint
inform
reconcile
come to terms with
36 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Betwixt
Flouting
Obstinate
Accordant
in the middle; between
Showing contempt for
Stubbornly adhering to one's opinion
Agreeable; compatible
Betwixt
in the middle; between
Flouting
Showing contempt for
20 terms
Much Ado about Nothing Vocabulary
Shrewd
Disdain
Perturbation
Mirth
To understand things
Strong dislike
Being worried or upset
Happiness
Shrewd
To understand things
Disdain
Strong dislike
20 terms
Much Ado about Nothing Vocabulary
Shrewd
Disdain
Perturbation
Mirth
Clever
Intense dislike
Disturbance
frivolity; gaiety; laughter
Shrewd
Clever
Disdain
Intense dislike
16 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
abide
allegiance
allusion
apparel
to accept to act by, to live in
to continue support for a group; loyalty
a reference to a person, place, poem, book, event, etc., whic…
clothing
abide
to accept to act by, to live in
allegiance
to continue support for a group; loyalty
12 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Troth
Double tongue
Catechize
Writ
One's word or promise,especially when engaging oneself to mar…
To interrupt air stream with alternating front and back of th…
To question closely
Any formal document in letter form, under seal, and in a sove…
Troth
One's word or promise,especially when engaging oneself to mar…
Double tongue
To interrupt air stream with alternating front and back of th…
12 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
enmity
woo
skirmish
wit
(n.) active and typically mutual hatred or ill will
(v.) to seek to gain the affection of another person; to court
(n.) a brisk preliminary verbal conflict; a minor dispute or…
(n.) clever or apt humor; mental capability and resourcefulness
enmity
(n.) active and typically mutual hatred or ill will
woo
(v.) to seek to gain the affection of another person; to court
25 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
requite (v)
warrant (v)
slander (n)
mirth (n)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
to give authorization or justification
malicious, false, or defamatory statement or report damaging…
amusement, usually accompanied by laughter
requite (v)
to make payment in return for goods or services, to pay somet…
warrant (v)
to give authorization or justification
32 terms
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
abide
allegiance
allusion
apparel
to accept to act by, to live i
to continue support for a group; loyalty
a reference to a person, place, poem, book, event, ect., whic…
clothing
abide
to accept to act by, to live i
allegiance
to continue support for a group; loyalty
Much Ado About Nothing Vocabulary
Abide
Allegiance
Allusion
Apparel
to accept to act by, to live in
to continue support for a group ; loyalty
a reference to a person, place, poem, book, event, etc. , whi…
clothing
Abide
to accept to act by, to live in
Allegiance
to continue support for a group ; loyalty
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