Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary ALL Acts Quiz

solemnity serious or solemn observance or ceremonial proceeding (noun)
profane unholy, defiled, impure (adj.)
rapier a sword (noun)
trifling small, unimportant (adj.)
saucy bold, impudent, insolent (adj.)
enmity hatred (noun)
shrift confession (noun)
languish to become less intense, to wane or abate (verb)
pernicious having a bad effort, damaging or detrimental (adj.)
portentous ominous, threatening evil (adj.)
prodigious marvelous, miraculous, wondrous (adj.)
valiant brave, courageous, bold (adj.)
assail to attack with violent blows, to assault verbally (verb)
posterity succeeding or future generations (noun)
jest to joke, prank (verb)
impetuous capable of sudden action, emotion or violence, brash (adj.)
judicious possessing sound judgment, cautious, shrewd (adj.)
garish marred by excessive ornamentation; gaudy (adj.)
chide to scold, rebuke, reprimand (verb)
kindred same kind (adj.)
idoltary extreme devotion or worship of a person or thing (noun)
invocation a prayer like speech; also conjuring or calling up of spirits (noun)
rancor feelings of ill will, hatred, enmity, animosity (noun)
repose time when one can relax (noun)
dissembler one who hides himself or puts on a false appearance (noun)
jocund cheerful, merry (adj.)
puling whining, whimpering (adj.)
agile well-balanced and quick on one’s feet, nimble (adj.)
discord lack of harmony (noun)
felon criminal (noun)
beguile to deceive or cheat (verb)
intercession a plea on another’s behalf, a mediation (noun)
inundate to overwhelm with something (verb)
shroud cloth used to wrap a body for burial (shroud)
resolve firmness of purpose, determination (noun)
scourge a major affliction or hardship (noun)
caitiff mean, evil person (noun)
inter bury (verb)
penury impoverished, poor (adj.)
pestilence epidemic (noun)
apothecary druggist (noun)
presage to predict (verb)
inauspicious not promising (adj.)
sepulcher tomb (noun)
aloof showing no interest, withdrawn, un-involved (adj.)
peruse to examine (verb)
inexorable impossible to persuade, to change or halt (adj.)
obsequies funeral ceremonies (noun)