SAT Vocabulary Study: Romeo and Juliet Act II

Entreaty n. a plea, an earnest request, appeal; v. the act of appealing or earnestly requesting
Utter v. to express by speaking, to speak, emit, pronounce; n. something spoken or pronounced
Idolatry n. worship of idols, excessive devotion, obsession, mania
Repose v. to lie or to be at rest; n. the state of being at rest, absence of movement, calm, peacefulness
Air v. to make a public utterance, to verbalize or speak; adj. something that verbalizes or speaks
Baleful adj. destructive, deadly, malign, sinister, harmful
Intercede v. to intervene and to act as a mediator, to arbitrate or interpose; n. the act of intervening or mediating
Forsake v. to quit or to leave entirely, to depart or to withdraw from; leave, desert, abandon; adj. something that has been deserted or abandoned
Chide v. to voice disapproval, to scold, admonish, chasten, chastise
Rancor n. bitter deep-seated ill will, enmity, animosity, or antagonism