Romeo And Juliet Vocabulary Essay Research Paper

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Romeo And Juliet Vocabulary Essay, Research Paper

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary

WordDefinition/Part of SpeechLocation Context

1. mutiny-n. open to rebellion735/I,i,3: “…from ancient grudge ??????????????????break new mutiny…”

-mutined, mutinous

2. civil-adj. of citizens735/I,i,4: “…where civil blood

??????????????????make hands undear…”

-civilly, civilizer

3. foe(s)-n. personal enemy735/I,i,5: “…from forth the fatal ??????????????????lins of the two foes…”


4. tyrant-n. absolute ruler that governs736/I,i,83: “…tis all one. I will sh-

(a cruel ruler)ow myself a tyrant. When…”


-tyranny, tyrannize

5. profaner(s)n. one who showing contempt or738/I,i,83: “…profraners of this

interverence toward God or sa-neighborhood stained steel…”

cred things


-profaner, profaneous

6. pernicous-adj. tending to cause death or738/I,i,85: “…that quench the fire o

injuryyour pernicous rage.”


-pernicousness, pernicously

7. adversary-n. an opponet; enemy739/I.i,107: “…here were the ??????????????????servants of your adversary…”

-adversaries, adverse

8. fray-n. a fight, scuffle739/I,i,118: “…right glad I am he

??????????????????was no at this fray…”

-frayed, frays

9. covert-adj. covered or protected739/I,i,126: “…and stole into the ??????????????????covert of the woods…”

-covertly, covertness

10. augment-v. to make greater739/I,i,133: “..with tears ??????????????????augmenting the fresh morning -augmentation, augmentativedew.”

11. portentous-adj. foreboring omnious740/I,i,142: “Black and portenous ??????????????????must his humor prove…”

-portenously, porpentousness

WordDefinition/Part of SpeechLocation Context

12. shrift-n. confession to a priest741/I,i,160: “To hear true shrift…”



13. woo-v. try to seek affection; to tempt745/I,ii,16: “…but woo her gentle ??????????????????Paris gether hurt…”

-wooed, wooing, woos

14. anguish-n. an organizing physical or men-746/I,ii,47: “One pain lessened by a

tal painanother’s anguish…”


-anguishing, anguishes

15. heretic-n. one that discents from an acc-747/I,ii,94: “…transparent heretic

epted belief or doctorineto be burnt for liars…”


-heretical, herticate

16. peril(ous)-n. exposure to danger750/I,iii,54: “A perilous knock and ??????????????????it cried bitterly…”

-perils, periled

17. disposition-n. ones usual mood750/I,iii,65: “…how stands your ??????????????????disposition to be married?”


18. beseech-v. to request earnestly751/I,iii,103: “…in extremity, ??????????????????invence hence to wait. I beseech…”

-beseeched, beseecher

19. woe-n. espressing sorrow or dismay752/I,iv,21: “…I cannot bound a ??????????????????path above dull woe.”

-woes, woer

20. visage-n. a fatal expression752/I,iv,29: “…give me a case to ??????????????????put my visage in…”


21. wanton(s)-adj. excessive cruelty753/I,iv,35: “A torch for me! Let ??????????????????wantons light of heart…”

-wantoned, wantonries

22. revel(s)-v. to take great pleasure755/I,iv,109: “…with this nights ??????????????????revels and expire the term.”

-reveled, reveling, revels

23. vile-adj. objectionable or unpleasent755/I,iv,111: “…by some vile ??????????????????forfeit of untimatly death.”

-viler, vileness

WordDefinition/Part of SpeechLocation Context

24. nuptual-adj. of marriage or wedding757/I,v,37: “…’tis since the nuptual ??????????????????of lucention…”

-nuptuals, nuptuality

25. rapier- n. a long slender sword757/I,v,57: “…


26. solemnity-n. the condition or quality of757/I,v,59: “…

being solemn


-solemnly, solemn

27. dispargement-n. the act of belittling758/I,v,72: “…


-dispargement, dispargingly

28. gall-n. something better to endure758/I,v,94: “…now seeming sweet, ??????????????????covert to bitterest gall.”

-galling, gallingly

29. purge(d)-v. to be free from impurities758/I,v,108: “…


-purger, purges

30. wax(es)v. to grow larger761/I,v,128


-waxing, waxed


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