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Romeo and Juliet


Beseech Request Earnestly
Mantle Cloak; coat
Dirge Funeral Hymn of lament
Profaners Those showing irreverence for what is sacred
Heretic Person who holds opinions contrary to the beliefs of others in a group
Rancor Bitterness
Benefice A Church office endowed with fixed capital assets
Appertaining Belonging to as a proper function or part
Chide Espress disapproval
Poultice A soft, moist mass of bread, meal or clay
Boisterous Rough and stormy;noisy and excited
prorogue Discontinue a session
lanuish Be or become weak or feeble
Tedious Moving or progressing very slowly
invocation Incantation used in conjuring
Discourse Narrate or discuss
Pernicious evil;wicked
validity good health; how sound something is
envious jealous
arbitrating negotiating differences through and impartial third party
Alderman a member of the municipal legislative body
Appertaining Belonging to as a proper function or part
Augmenting Making something already developed greater
Beguiled Decieved by guile
Benefice A church offive endowed with fixed capital assets
Consort A companion
Culled Gathered; collected
Enmity Deep seated; often mutual hatred
Esteem Regard with respect
Impeach Challenge the validity of something
Impute To attribute or credit
Inundation Covering with water; swamping
Lamentable Causing grief
Languish be or become weak and feable
Loathed Dislikedf
Obscured Instinctly heard
orisons Prayers
Penury Destitution
Portentous Foreboding
Posterity Future Generations
Predominant Most common or conspicuous
presage An omen
Purged Freed from impurities
Solace Comfort in sorrow
Transgression Violation of a law
Created by: sgarner3235