Romeo and Juliet 3

Abroad outdoors, outside of normal home territory
Exile prolonged separation from one’s home or native country. to separate or expel from one’s homeland.
Banish to expel from a country or place by decree, to rid
Tributary furnishing or adding, to aid or contribute
Fickle changing easily, inconstant emotion
“No, tis not so deep as a well nor so wide as a church door, but tis enough, twill serve. As for me tomorrow and you shall find me a grave man.” Spoken by: MercutioSpoken to: RomeoMeaning: Mercutio is talking about his large wound, and that he will be dead tomorrow.
“A plague o’both your houses! They have made worms’ meat of me.” Spoken by: MercutioSpoken to: RomeoMeaning: He is angry at Monteques and Capulets he blames them for his death.
“There is no world without Verona walls, but purgatory, torture, hell itself. Hence– banished is banished from the world, and world’s exile is death.” Spoken by: RomeoSpoken to: Friar LaurenceMeaning: He is saying that banishment is worse than death.
“Indeed, I never shall be satisfied with Romeo till I behold him –dead– Is my poor heart so for a kinsman vexed.” Spoken by: JulietSpoken to: Lady CapuletMeaning: Juliet is lying to her mother. She is saying the opposite she feels.
“I think it best you married with the County O, he’s a lovely gentleman! Romeos a dishclouth to him.” Spoken by: NurseSpoken to: JulietMeaning: The nurse is trying to give Juliet advice.

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