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WHHS Vocabulary #2

Romeo and Juliet #2

QuestionAnswer
invocation a calling upon a greater power such as God or a spirit for help
inauspicious showing little or no promise of success
flourish to wave threateningly
forfeit lose or lose the right to by an error or crime
assail attack violently
sepulcher a stone tomb or monument in which a dead person is laid or buried
calamity an event causing great and sudden damage or distress
interred to deposit (a dead body) in the earth or in a tomb
disparagment regard or represent as being of little worth; scorn
augment make greater by addition; increase
enmity the state of being an enemy; mutual hatred
penury extreme poverty
canker an erosive or spreading sore
languish to be or become weak or feeble; droop; fade, to lose vigor and vitality
sallow (of a person’s face or complexion) of a yellowish or pale brown colour.
asunder into separate parts, pieces
carrion dead and decaying flesh
stratagem deceptive scheme or maneuver
chastity abstention from all sexual relationships
discreet capable of keeping a secret
Created by: zanopat