SAT Vocabulary Study Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (Act III)

discord lack of agreement, tension, strife, contention, dissension
submissive yielding or surrendering oneself to the will of another; pliant, compliant, amenable, obedient
feint a false appearance, a fake punch to occupy defenses allowing a real blow
dexterous skillful and active with the hands; manually skillful, handy
dissemble to disguise, pretend to disguise the truth, give a false appearance, feign
beguile to deceive, to mislead, to persuade with charm
calamity a serious event causing distress or misfortune
perjury false testimony under oath, bearing false witness, lying under oath
ascend to move upward, to rise from a lower station, climb, advance
vexation discomfort or distress; annoyance, nuisance, irritation
indudate to cover with water, to flood, to overflow, to overwhelm
pensive deeply thoughtful, meditative, reflective
resolute characterized by a decided purpose, staunch, steadfast, determined
treachery violation of faith; betrayal of trust; treason
supple easily bent, elastic, pliable, resilient