Romeo and Juliet Act III-V Vocab

Romeo and Juliet Act III-V Vocab

!.?. !? Romeo and Juliet Vocab for Acts III-V ACT III addle– verb become rotten; mix up or confuse peppered– verb to sprinkle; to jab, poke, stab jealous– adj. revealing extreme cupidity; painfully desirous of another’s benefits steeds– noun a high-spirited horse doomsday– noun an unpleasant or dreadful destiny; (New Testimony) day of the Last Judgment when God will decree the fates of all males according to the good and evil of their earthly lives;(New Testimony) day of the Last Judgment when God will decree the fates of all guys according to the good and evil of their earthly lives minion– noun a servile or fawning dependant wain– noun 2 items of the very same kind banishment– noun rejection by means of an act of eliminating or proscribing somebody; the state of being gotten rid of or ostracized (excluded from society by basic consent) calamity– noun an event leading to great loss and bad luck applaud– verb reveal approval of; reference as by way of welcoming or to suggest relationship; express a great viewpoint of; offer to in charge; present as worthwhile of regard, compassion, or confidence mastery– noun adroitness in utilizing the hands revail– verb usage persuasion effectively; show remarkable; continue to exist; be valid, suitable, or true; be larger in number, quantity, power, status or significance fix up– verb come to terms; bring into consonance or accord; make suitable with; accept as unavoidable vile– adj. ethically wicked; causing or able to cause queasiness ACT IV bate– verb become less in quantity or intensity; make less active or extreme range– noun an arrangement of aerials spaced to give wanted directional characteristics; particularly fine or decorative clothes; an outstanding display; an organized plan; verb line up oneself with a group or a mindset; lay out orderly or rationally in a line or as if in a line dirge– noun a song or hymn of grieving made up or performed as a memorial to a dead person fester– noun a sore that has actually become irritated and formed pus; verb ripen and create pus receptacle– noun a container that is used o put or keep things in; an electrical (or electronic) fitting that is linked to a source of power and geared up to get an insert; bigger idea of a stem that bears the floral parts seduce– verb bring in; cause to be fascinated; impact by slyness bier– noun a stand to support a remains or a casket prior to burial; a casket in addition to its stand distraught– adj. deeply agitated especially from feeling prostrate– adj. tretched out and lying at complete length along the ground; lying face downward; verb render defenseless or helpless; throw down flat, as on the ground; enter into a prostrate position, as in submission shroud– noun a line that suspends the harness from the canopy of a parachute; burial garment in which a remains is wrapped;(nautical) a line (rope or chain) that manages the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind; verb wrap in a shroud; cover as if with a shroud; form a cover like a shroud ACT V resage– noun a foreboding about what is about to happen; a sign of something about to happen; verb show by signs penury– noun a state of extreme hardship or destitution impeach– verb charge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor dedicated while in office; challenge the honesty or accuracy of; bring an allegation against; level a charge against privy– adj. followed by’to ‘)informed about something secret or not generally known; concealed from general view or usage; noun a little shed with a bench having holes through which a user can defecate; a room or building equipped with several toilets apothecary– noun a health expert trained in the art of preparing and giving drugs concubine– noun a woman who cohabits with an important man; a female’s enthusiast unsavory– adj. ethically offensive; not pleasing in smell or taste amorous– adj. nclined towards or showing love; expressive of or amazing sexual love or love conspire– verb engage in plotting or participate in a conspiracy, swear together; act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or unlawful purpose create– noun (law) a gift of real property by will; a will dealing with real estate; verb provide by will, specifically real property; create (a concept, plan, explanation, theory, or concept) after a mental effort; organize by systematic preparation and united effort felon– noun a purulent infection at he end of a finger or toe in the area surrounding the nail; someone who has actually devoted (or been lawfully convicted of) a criminal activity abhor– verb discover repugnant inter– verb place in a grave or burial place sepulcher– noun a chamber that is used as a severe laborious– adj. utilizing or containing a lot of words; so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness

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