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Midsummer Night's Dream Act III Vocabulary
abate
congealed
consecrated
derision
cut short; reduce
frozen; solidified
made sacred; devoted to a special purpose
mockery; ridicule
abate
cut short; reduce
congealed
frozen; solidified
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Act 3 A Midsummer Nights Dream Vocabulary
Preposterously
Derision
Disparage
Scorn
So as to arouse or deserve laughter
Contemptuous ridicule or mockery
Express a negative opinion of something
Look down on with disdain
Preposterously
So as to arouse or deserve laughter
Derision
Contemptuous ridicule or mockery
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Vocabulary for the Dream Worker Act I
Indulgent
Unkempt
Vivacious
Impudence
Overgenerous; goes along with what others say
Messy, not cared for properly
Happy, lively, bursting with energy
Rude
Indulgent
Overgenerous; goes along with what others say
Unkempt
Messy, not cared for properly
12 terms
The DREAM Act
What is 'The Dream Act'?
When was it first introduced into the…
When was it made into law?
Who does it apply to?
'acronym' for 'Development, Relief and Education for Alien Mi…
August 1, 2001
Reintroduced several times but never made into law.
Undocumented/illegal immigrants in the United States
What is 'The Dream Act'?
'acronym' for 'Development, Relief and Education for Alien Mi…
When was it first introduced into the…
August 1, 2001
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Midsummer Nights Dream Act II Vocabulary Words
beguile
dissembling
impeach
languish
charm; enchant
lying; deceptive
cast doubt upon; accuse
long for; pine
beguile
charm; enchant
dissembling
lying; deceptive
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Midsummer Night's Dream: Act 1 Vocabulary
abjure
austerity
avouch
beguile
to refrain from, avoid
condition of lacking pleasure
declare; admit; assume
to trick
abjure
to refrain from, avoid
austerity
condition of lacking pleasure
15 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream Act 1 Vocabulary
avouch
beguiled
belike
cloister
to declare
tricked; cheated
probably
convent or monastery
avouch
to declare
beguiled
tricked; cheated
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Midsummer Night's Dream - Act II - Vocabulary
perforce
amorous
undistinguishable
rheumatic
by necessity, by force of circumstance
strongly attracted or disposed to love
having no nique markings, can't be clearly seen
of, relating to, or suffering from aches in the muscles, join…
perforce
by necessity, by force of circumstance
amorous
strongly attracted or disposed to love
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Midsummer Night's Dream Vocabulary Act 1
dissemble
flout
progeny
promontory
to pretend
to mock
offspring
peak of land that juts out
dissemble
to pretend
flout
to mock
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Midsummer Night's Dream Act II Vocabulary
dissension
shrewd
disdainful
languished
(noun): Strong disagreement; a quarrel or difference of opinion
(adjective): clever, smart; having sharp powers of judgment
(adjective): showing or feeling hatred; showing a lack of res…
(verb): to suffer with desire or longing
dissension
(noun): Strong disagreement; a quarrel or difference of opinion
shrewd
(adjective): clever, smart; having sharp powers of judgment
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A Midsummer nights dream act 3 vocabulary
reliable
opportunity
possibility
ridiculous
trusted or dependable
a good position, chance or prospect
something possible, probable
absurd, preposterous
reliable
trusted or dependable
opportunity
a good position, chance or prospect
15 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream Act 1 Vocabulary
avouch
beguiled
belike
cloister
to declare
tricked; cheated
probably
convent or monastery
avouch
to declare
beguiled
tricked; cheated
15 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream Act 1 Vocabulary
avouch
beguiled
belike
cloister
to declare
tricked; cheated
probably
convent or monastery
avouch
to declare
beguiled
tricked; cheated
10 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream - Act II - Vocabulary
perforce
amorous
undistinguishable
rheumatic
by necessity, by force of circumstance
strongly attracted or disposed to love
having no nique markings, can't be clearly seen
of, relating to, or suffering from aches in the muscles, join…
perforce
by necessity, by force of circumstance
amorous
strongly attracted or disposed to love
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Act Three Vocabulary: Midsummer Night's Dream
auditor
chronicled
confounding
derision
a hearer or listener, e.g. a member of an audience
wrote down an event or series of events
causing confusion; bewildering
contempt and mockery
auditor
a hearer or listener, e.g. a member of an audience
chronicled
wrote down an event or series of events
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Midsummer Nights Dream Act 3-5 Vocabulary
abide
enthrall
purge
commend
put up with something or somebody unpleasant
hold spellbound
rid of impurities
present as worthy of regard, kindness, or confidence
abide
put up with something or somebody unpleasant
enthrall
hold spellbound
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Midsummer Night's Dream Act 5 Vocabulary
amends
amiss
discord
quell
something done in payback for a wrong
in an improper, mistaken, or unfortunate manner
lack of agreement or harmony
Suppress or crush completely
amends
something done in payback for a wrong
amiss
in an improper, mistaken, or unfortunate manner
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Act 4 vocabulary
monsieur
sensitive
hankering
adventurous
Title of respect and term of address for a man
easily hurt
A longing; craving
Full of risk, requiring courage
monsieur
Title of respect and term of address for a man
sensitive
easily hurt
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Midsummer Night's Dream Act 4 Vocabulary
amiable
visage
amity
vexation
lovable
the human face
a state of friendship
the state of being annoyed or frustrated
amiable
lovable
visage
the human face
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A Midsummer Nights Dream Act 3 Vocabulary
Bequeath
Chide and Spurn
Derision
Entreat
(verb) to leave or pass on to, as in a will
(verb) to scold
(noun) scorn
(verb) to beg
Bequeath
(verb) to leave or pass on to, as in a will
Chide and Spurn
(verb) to scold
Midsummer Night's Dream Act 3 Vocabulary
prologue
almanac
casement
cue
An introduction or preface, especially a poem recited to intr…
an annual publication containing tabular information in a par…
a window that opens on hinges along its side
to signal a start
prologue
An introduction or preface, especially a poem recited to intr…
almanac
an annual publication containing tabular information in a par…
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Midsummer Night's Dream Act 3 Vocabulary
abide
enthrall
purge
commend
put up with something or somebody unpleasant
hold spellbound
rid of impurities
present as worthy of regard, kindness, or confidence
abide
put up with something or somebody unpleasant
enthrall
hold spellbound
10 terms
Vocabulary- A Midsummer Night's Dream - Act 3
Chink
brake
knavery
enamor
a narrow opening or crack
a thicket; a dense growth of shrubs
unprincipled untrustworthy, or dishonest dealing
to inspire with love
Chink
a narrow opening or crack
brake
a thicket; a dense growth of shrubs
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" Act III Vocabulary
brake
knavery
enamored
purge
a thicket or a bush
unprincipled, dishonest, or dishonest dealing; trickery
inspired with love; captivated
to remove as if by cleansing: to rid of whatever is impure or…
brake
a thicket or a bush
knavery
unprincipled, dishonest, or dishonest dealing; trickery
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Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III Vocabulary
Chink
Brake
Knavery
Enamored
A narrow opening, such as a crack or fissur
A thicket
Unprincipled; crafty
Inspired with love; captivated
Chink
A narrow opening, such as a crack or fissur
Brake
A thicket
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Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II Vocabulary
Perforce
Amorous
Undistinguishable
Rheumatic
By necessity; by force of circumstance
Strongly attracted or disposed to love
Having no unique markings; can't be clearly seen
Of, relating to, or suffering from aches in the muscles, join…
Perforce
By necessity; by force of circumstance
Amorous
Strongly attracted or disposed to love
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Act 1 and Act 2 Vocabulary
abjure
dowager
estate
extempore
to deny oneself something; to formally renounce or give up; r…
a women 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 formally renounce or give up; r…
dowager
a women who inherited a title or property from her deceased h…
24 terms
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Vocabulary - Act 1 and Act 2)
abjure
dowager
estate (unto)
extempore
to deny oneself something; to formally renounce or give up; r…
a woman who inherited a title or property from her deceased h…
bestow upon; give up; will to
with little or no preparation; without rehearsal
abjure
to deny oneself something; to formally renounce or give up; r…
dowager
a woman who inherited a title or property from her deceased h…
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Act 2 Scene 1 Vocabulary
spirit
fairy
fairy ring
dewdrops
ghost
imaginary creature with magical powers
gathering and dancing place for fairies
small bits of water that form on surfaces at night
spirit
ghost
fairy
imaginary creature with magical powers
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Act III Vocabulary
auditor
chronicled
confounding
derision
a hearer or listener, e.g. a member of an audience
wrote down an event or series of events
causing confusion; bewildering
contempt and mockery
auditor
a hearer or listener, e.g. a member of an audience
chronicled
wrote down an event or series of events
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" Act I Vocabulary
filched
abjure
persuasion
revenue
sole; snitched
to give up; abstain from
a strongly held opinion or conviction
income; wealth
filched
sole; snitched
abjure
to give up; abstain from
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Act 2 Vocabulary
Revels
Dissension
Dulcet
Entice
to take great pleasure or delight
strong disagreement, a contention or quarrel; discord
pleasant to the ear; melodious
to lead on by exciting hope or desire; allure
Revels
to take great pleasure or delight
Dissension
strong disagreement, a contention or quarrel; discord
60 terms
A Midsummer's Night Dream Act 1 Vocabulary
bewitched
dotes
entreat
lamentable
under a spell
shows excessive affection
ask, beg
sorrowful, sad
bewitched
under a spell
dotes
shows excessive affection
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A Midsummer' dream Act 2 Vocabulary
revel
vain
chaplet
promontory
To enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way.
Having no success;not producing a desired result.
A wreath of flowers to be worn on the head.
A point of high land.
revel
To enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way.
vain
Having no success;not producing a desired result.
10 terms
midsummer nights dream vocabulary act I
feign
idolatry
reveling
dissemble
to pretend
worship of idols; excessive admiration
taking great pleasure
to disguise, to conceal, to pretend
feign
to pretend
idolatry
worship of idols; excessive admiration
24 terms
Midsummer Night's Dream Vocabulary Act
Linger
Mirth
Melancholy
Pomp
Take one's time; proceed slowly
Great merriment
Humor that was once believed to cause sadness
Ceremonial elegance and splendor
Linger
Take one's time; proceed slowly
Mirth
Great merriment
Midsummer Nights Dream Act 1 Vocabulary
Abjure ... Verb
Dowager... Noun
Estate... Verb
Extempore... Adv
Definition: to avoid or shun
Definition: ... a woman who holds some title or property from he…
Definition: give ones property to another
Definition: on the spur of the moment; without premeditation…
Abjure ... Verb
Definition: to avoid or shun
Dowager... Noun
Definition: ... a woman who holds some title or property from he…
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Midsummer Nights Dream Act 1 Vocabulary
abjure v
Dowager n
Estate n
Lodestars n
To renounce. S; forswear A; none
A women who holds some title or property. S: widow
A piece of landed property. S: area
A star that shows the way. S: alarm
abjure v
To renounce. S; forswear A; none
Dowager n
A women who holds some title or property. S: widow
Midsummer Nights Dream Act 2 Vocabulary
Beguile Verb
Changeling Noun
Dulcet Adjective
Haunts Verb
To influence by trickery To mislead To direct
A child secretly substituted A replacement An original
Pleasant tones melodious unmusical
To visit or appear habitually to stalk to stay away
Beguile Verb
To influence by trickery To mislead To direct
Changeling Noun
A child secretly substituted A replacement An original
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A Midsummer Night's Dream ACT II Vocabulary
wrath
knavish
beguile
wanton
belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong
marked by skill in deception
attract; cause to be enamored
lewd or lascivious woman
wrath
belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong
knavish
marked by skill in deception
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Midsummer Night Dream Act 2 Vocabulary
Perforce
Amorous
Undistinguishable
Rheumatic
Using force
Filled with love
Unidentifiable
Out of control
Perforce
Using force
Amorous
Filled with love
25 terms
A Midsummer Night's Dream ACT I Vocabulary
linger
mirth
melancholy
pomp
take one's time; proceed slowly
a great merriment
a humor that was once believed to cause sadness
ceremonial elegance and
linger
take one's time; proceed slowly
mirth
a great merriment
10 terms
Vocabulary- A Midsummer Night's Dream - Act 3
Chink
brake
knavery
enamor
a narrow opening or crack
a thicket; a dense growth of shrubs
unprincipled untrustworthy, or dishonest dealing
to inspire with love
Chink
a narrow opening or crack
brake
a thicket; a dense growth of shrubs
Midsummer night dream act 2 vocabulary
perforce
amorous
undistinguishable
rheumatic
by necessity, by force of circumstance
strongly attracted to or disposed to love
not able to be discerned; no unique markings
relating to or suffering from aches
perforce
by necessity, by force of circumstance
amorous
strongly attracted to or disposed to love
11 terms
Act 1 Midsummer Nights Dream vocabulary
Abjure
Dowager
Estates
Extempore
to avoid or shun
a woman who holds some title or property from her deceased hu…
to give ones property to another
on the spur of the moment; without premeditation or preparation
Abjure
to avoid or shun
Dowager
a woman who holds some title or property from her deceased hu…
14 terms
A Midsummer Nights Dream Vocabulary Act 2
brakes
changling
dolcet
haunts
Ferns with compound leaves resembling feathers
In folklore, a child who is secretly substituted for another…
Pleasant to hear;especially soft or soothing; sweet
Brothers; annoys
brakes
Ferns with compound leaves resembling feathers
changling
In folklore, a child who is secretly substituted for another…
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Midsummer Nights Dream Act 1 Vocabulary
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 ACT 1 Vocabulary
filched
adjure
persuasion
revenue
snitched; stole
to give up; abstain from
a strongly held opinion, a conviction
income; wealth
filched
snitched; stole
adjure
to give up; abstain from
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ENG 10 ~ A Midsummer Night's Dream Vocabulary, Act 3
esteem
stealth
hinder
abide
an attitude of admiration
avoiding detection by moving carefully
be an obstacle to
put up with something or somebody unpleasant
esteem
an attitude of admiration
stealth
avoiding detection by moving carefully
13 terms
Act 1 and 2 vocabulary for A Midsummer's Night Dream
obscenely
idolatry
feigning
extenuate
shocking way; very offensive
the worship of something like a god
to pretend to feel or be affected
to make light of
obscenely
shocking way; very offensive
idolatry
the worship of something like a god
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