Romeo and Juliet Act 2

cunning skill in deception or trickery
vile evil or disgusting
predominant most common OR most powerful
unwieldy difficult to manage
imagery language that appeals to the senses
irony something other than what is expected or desired
dramatic irony when the audience knows something that the character does not!
situational irony a difference between what is expected and what really happens
verbal irony difference between what is said and what is meant
monologue a long speech by one character
oxymoron a figure of speech that combines two contradictory ideas
personification giving human characteristics to an animal, object, natural force, or idea
soliloquy a speech in which the character is alone (solo) on stage and expresses thoughts out loud
analogy a comparison between two objects that lasts several lines