Romeo And Juliet

Disparagement Noun;To lower in rank or reputation. Synonyms: lessening, minimize Sentence: Annoyed at the suddenness of her leaving he swiveled around in his seat while watching her in disparagement.
Enmity Noun;The state of being actively opposed or hostile to someone or something.Synonyms: loathing, bitterness, hostilitySentence: Great popularity necessarily brings with it bitter enmity and genuine criticism.
Heretics Noun; Someone who rejects an accepted belief or doctrine.Synonyms: dissenter, dissentient, dissident, nonconformistSentence: Heretics were burnt at the stake for rejecting the teachings of the church.
Prodigious Adjective;extraordinary in bulk, quantity, or degree Synonyms: EnormousSentence: A prodigious supply of canned food is kept in the basement for emergencies.
Loathe Verb;To dislike greatly and often with disgust or intolerance.Synonyms: abhor, abominate, despise, detest, execrate, hate.Sentence: He pushed the table from him while he spoke, as though he loathed the sight of food.
Chide Verb;To speak out in angry or displeased rebuke.Synonyms: admonish, rebuke, reprimand, reproach, reprove.Sentence: She chided us for arriving late.
Feign Verb;To give a false appearance of or to assert something as true.Synonyms: act, affect, assume, bluff, counterfeit, dissemble, fake, pass (for), pretend, profess, sham, simulate, make believe.Sentence: Success keeps her busy. “Relaxation?” she asks, feigning puzzlement. “What’s that?”
Lament Noun;A passionate expression of sorrow or griefSynonym: mourn, bewail Sentence: He lamented his mother’s death
Abhor Verb;Regard with disgust and hatredSynonym: loathe, despiseSentence: people who seek peace abhor violence
Thwart Verb;Prevent someone from accomplishing somethingSynonyms: beat, disappoint Sentence: I would ask that you bestow defenses upon them to thwart his inevitable attack.
Inauspicious Adjective;Not conductive to success, unpromising Synonym: unfortunate, unluckySentence: Since I hit a car backing out of my driveway, I would definitely describe my first driving experience as inauspicious.
Peruse Verb;Read (something), typically in a thorough or careful waySynonym: scrutinize, studySentence: peruse the manual to set up your television
Haughty Adjective;Arrogantly superior and disdainful Synonym: vain, condescendingSentence: It was, however, due to his haughty and violent temper that the traditional friendly relations between Turkey and France were broken.
Fickle Adjective;changing frequently, especially as regards one’s loyalties, interests, or affection.Synonym: changeable, faithlessSentence: The fickle weather soon had me changing from my shorts into my thick slacks.
Pensive Adjective;engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought.Synonym: thoughtful, absorbed Sentence: We were pensive as we tried to fathom what was occurring.
Prudent Adjective;acting with or showing care and thought for the futureSynonym: sensible, advisable Sentence: Now as he sat and waited he wondered if the decision had been a prudent one.
Beguiled Verb; charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.Synonym: captivate, charmSentence: The car salesman tried to beguile the customer with an offer of free gas for a year.
Rancor Adjective;acting with or showing care and thought for the futureSynonym: sensible, advisable Sentence: Now as he sat and waited he wondered if the decision had been a prudent one.
Sallow Adjective;engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought.Synonym: thoughtful, absorbed Sentence: We were pensive as we tried to fathom what was occurring.
Choler Verb; charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.Synonym: captivate, charmSentence: The car salesman tried to beguile the customer with an offer of free gas for a year.
Transgression Verb; charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.Synonym: captivate, charmSentence: The car salesman tried to beguile the customer with an offer of free gas for a year.
Oppression Adjective;acting with or showing care and thought for the futureSynonym: sensible, advisable Sentence: Now as he sat and waited he wondered if the decision had been a prudent one.
Augment Adjective;engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought.Synonym: thoughtful, absorbed Sentence: We were pensive as we tried to fathom what was occurring.
Pernicious Verb; charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.Synonym: captivate, charmSentence: The car salesman tried to beguile the customer with an offer of free gas for a year.
Reconcile Adjective;acting with or showing care and thought for the futureSynonym: sensible, advisable Sentence: Now as he sat and waited he wondered if the decision had been a prudent one.

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