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Shakespeare Vocab.

Vocabulary from the play "As You Like It" ~Shakespeare

TermDefinition
adversity difficulties; misfortune; mishap
boisterous energetic, noisy and cheerful; loud
clamorous making a loud and confused noise
courtier a person who is often in attendance at the court of a king or other royal personage; attendant.
disdainful showing the concept of lack of respect; usympathetic
dissuade persuade someone not to take a particular course of action; warn or prevent
entreat ask someone earnestly or anxiously to do something; begging
flout to treat with disdain, scorn, or contempt; scoff at; mock
irrevocable not able to change, reversed, or recovered; permanent
martial of or appropriate to military; to war; warlike; hostile; military
mirth amusement, especially expressed in laughter; rejoicing; hilarity
mutiny revolt or rebellion; riot; revolution
nimble quick and light movement or action; skillful; swift
penury extreme poverty; destitution
prodigal spending money or resources freely or recklessly
resolute admirably purposeful, determined, and unwavering; courageous, serious.
rumination think deeply about something; reflection; meditation
taunting a remark made in order to anger, wound or provoke someone; mock
testament a will, especially one that relates to the disposition of ones personal property.
usurp(ing) encroach, to commit forcible or illegal seizure of an office, power, etc; overthrow
whetstone anything that sharpens; a stone for sharpening cutlery or tools by friction.
Created by: Turicek