Romeo and Juliet – sentence fill in

Abate “And this shall free thee from present shame, if no inconstant toy nor womanish fear _________ they valor in the acting it”
Amble “I am not for this _________”
Baleful “I must up-fill this osier cage of ours with _________ weeds and precious juiced flowers”
Bawdy “Tis no less, I tell ye; for the __________ hand of the dial is now upon the prick of noon”
Chaste “Then she hath sworn that she will still live __________”
Chide “I pray thee __________ not”
Dirge “Our solemn hymns to sullen __________ change”
Discreet “A madness most __________, a choking gall, and a preserving sweet”
Feign “But old folks, many __________ as they were dead”
Impute “Therefore pardon me, and not __________ this yielding to light love”
Jocund “__________ day stands tiptoe on the misty mountain tops”
Lineament “Examine every married ___________”
Misadventure “Your looks are pale and wild and do import some __________”
Pernicious “You beasts, that quench the fire of your __________ rage with purple fountains issuing from your veins!”
Prate “Lord, Lord! When ’twas a little __________ thing”
Prolixity “The date is out of such _________”
Sententious “I know it begins with some other letter; and she hath the prettiest __________ of it”
Sullen “But, like a misbehav’d and __________ wench, though pout’st upon they fortune and thy love”
Tedious “So __________ is this day as the night before some festival”
Unseemly “__________ woman in a seeming man!”