Romeo and Juliet Act 4 & 5 vocabulary

inundation to flood
inundation “To stop the ____ of her tears”
pensive dreamily or wistfully thoughtful
pensive “My leisure serves me, _____ daughter, now”
shield forbid
shield “God ____ I should disturb devotion!”
surcease stop
surcease “Shall keep native progress, but ____;”
behests a command or directive
behests “To you and your ____, and am enjoyed”
wayward disobedient (turned or turning away from what is right or proper; willful)
wayward “Since this same ____ girl is so reclaimed”
culled to choose: select: pick
culled “No, madam; we have _____ such necessaries”
mandrakes plants resembling the human body which were said to grow beneath the gallows and to scream when torn up
mandrakes “So early waking- what with loathsome smells/ And shrieks like ___ torn out of the earth”
lamentable regrettable; unfortunate
lamentable ” O _____ day!”
dirges a funeral song or tune, or one expressing mourning in commemoration of the dead
dirges ” Our solemn hymns to sullen ____ change;”
presage foretell
presage “My dreams ____ some joyful news at hand.”
import to involve as a necessary circumstance; imply
import “Your looks are pale and wild, and do ______ /Some misadventure.”
beshrew to curse; invoke evil upon
beshrew “She will _____ me much that Romeo”
inexorable unyielding; unalterable
inexorable “More fierce and more ____ far”
detestable abominable; hateful
detestable “Tho ____ maw, thou womb of death,”
inauspicious boding ill; ill-omened; unfavorable
inauspicious “And shake the yoke of ______ stars”
unsavory offensive
unsavory “Come, bitter conduct, come, _____ guide”
restorative Capable of restoring health or strength
restorative “To make me die with a _____.”