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R & J Act 2 Vocab

Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Vocabulary and Definitions

Conjure To affect or influence by invocation or spell
Consorted Companion or associate/group of musicians
Entreat To ask earnestly
Wherefore Why
Prorogued To defer, postpone
Fond Having affection for
Impute To attribute or ascribe to
Repose The state of being at rest
Procure To obtain or get by care
Titan's Mythological sons of Uranus and Gaea
Canker Sore on the mouth, something that corrodes, corrupts
Intercession interposing or pleading on behalf of another
By rote Routine, fixed habit
Rancor Bitter resentment
By my troth Faithfulness
Mark Distinguishing feature of
Go to Get out
Poultice Remedy or treatment
Wanton (adj.) Deliberate and unprovoked
Chide Express disapproval
Created by: ithie