Presley Wilson: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Act 4 Vocabulary

amiable friendly and pleasant
compass (encompass) to encircle; surround
coy (used as a verb—rare) make blush; to embarrass with teasing or provocation
dote(on) to be fond of; admire
enmity the extreme ill will or hatred
loath unwilling; reluctant to
paragon somebody or something that is the very best example of something
peradventure possibly; perhaps
upbraid to scold somebody in a harsh manner; criticize
vexation a state of annoyance or anxiety; irritation
visage the face; facial expression
amity Friendliness and peaceful relations; the quality of being friendly.