English Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet- Act 2

conjure (verb) to make something appear unexpectedly or seemingly from nowhere as if by magic
consort (verb) to associate
in vain (adjective) ineffectual or unsuccessful; futile
jests (verb) to speak in a playful, humorous, or facetious way; joke
discourse (noun) communication of thought by words; talk; conversation
retain (verb) to keep possession of
peril (noun) something that causes or may cause injury, loss, or destruction
enmity (noun) a feeling or condition of hostility; hatred; ill will; animosity; antagonism
pilot (noun) a person duly qualified to steer ships into or out of a harbor
perjury (noun) a false statement after giving an oath to tell the truth
perverse (adjective) inclined to go against what is expected; stubborn; turned away from what is good and proper
coy (adjective) artfully or affectedly shy or reserved
idolatry (noun) the religious worship of false idols or gods
bounty (noun) limit
boundless (adjective) without a limit
predominant (adjective) having ascendancy, power, authority, or influence over others
distemper an angry and disagreeable mood
reign (verb) to possess or excercise sovereign power or authority
assure (verb) to declare earnestly to; inform or tell positively
intercession (noun) an interposing or pleading on behalf of another person
forsaken (adjective) deserted; abondoned; forgotten
brine (noun) water saturated or strongly impregnated with salt
chide (verb) to express disproval of; scold
rancor (noun) bitterm rankling resentment or ill will
haste (noun) swiftness of motion; speed; celerity
lamentable (adjective) unfortunate; that is to be lamented; regrettable
constraint (noun) limitation or restriction
bawdy (adjective) obscene; lewd; indecent
confidence (noun) full trust; reliability of a person or thing
heralds (noun) royal or official messengers
feign (verb) to represent fictitiously; put on an appearance of
jaunt (noun) a short journey
loathsome (adjective) causing feelings of loathing; disgusting; repulsive
moderately (adverb) kept or keeping within reasonable or proper limits; not extreme