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R&J - 4

Helgerson - Romeo & Juliet Act 4 Vocab terms

pensive (adj) - dreamily or wistfully thoughtful, usually marked by some sadness
vial (n) - a small container, as of glass, for holding liquids
enjoined (v) – directed with authority and emphasis; prohibited or forbade
abate (v) - to diminish or lessen in intensity, violence, or amount; to end; ME to beat down
beguile (v) - to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude
dirge (n) - a funeral song or tune
distraught (adj) - distracted; deeply agitated; crazed
fester (v) - to form pus, putrefy or rot; to rankle, as a feeling of resentment
prostrate (v) - to cast (oneself) face down on the ground in humility, submission, or adoration; (adj) - utterly dejected or depressed; disconsolate10. shroud (n) - a cloth or sheet in which (n) - a cloth or sheet in which
shroud (n) - a cloth or sheet in which a corpse is wrapped for burial.(v) - to wrap or clothe for burial; to hide from view
Created by: lhelgerson