Romeo and Juliet Vocab.txt

  1. Augment
    to make larger, enlarge in size and number strength and extend
  2. Adversary
    a person group or force that opposes or attacks; opponent enemy; foe

    • Prolouge
    • a preliminary discourse; a preface or introductory part of a discourse, poem or novel
  3. Portentous
    ominously signification, threating
  4. Chide
    to express disapproval of; scold, reproach, to horass or nag
  5. Rancor
    bitter, rankling resentment or ill will, hatred, malice
  6. Repent
    to feel sorry, self reproachful, or contrite for past conduct, regret or be conscience-stirked about a past action
  7. Inundation
    to cover with water, to flood or overwhelm
  8. Beguile
    to influence by trickery, flattery, to take away from by cheating or deceiving t, to charm or divert, to pass (time) pleasantly
  9. Penury
    extreme poverty, destitution, inadequacy; insuffieciency
  10. Apprehend
    to take into custody; arrest by legal warrant or authority, understand, especially intuitvley, to expect with anxiety susspision or fear
  11. Thwart
    to oppose successfully; prevent from accomplishing a purpose
  12. Portly
    rather heavy or fat
  13. Propagate
    to cause to multiply by any process of natural reproduction to reproduce
  14. Sunder
    to seperate; part; divide, sever, to become seperated
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Romeo and Juliet Vocab.txt