Romeo and Juliet Act 3 vocab

discords an inharmonious combination of musical tones sounded together
haunt a place frequently visited
submission an act or instance of submitting
effeminate having traits, tastes, habits, etc., traditionally considered feminine, as softness or delicacy
aspired to rise up; soar; mount; tower
woe grievous distress, affliction, or trouble
dexterity skill or adroitness in using the hands or body; agility
exile expulsion from one’s native land by authoritative decree
pardoning to remit the penalty of (an offense)
amorous of or pertaining to love
matron a married woman, esp. one who is mature and staid or dignified and has an established social position
modesty regard for decency of behavior, speech, dress, etc.
garish excessively bright; glaring
tedious marked by tedium; long and tiresome
eloquence the practice or art of using language with fluency and aptness
tributary a person or nation that pays tribute in acknowledgment of subjugation or the like
enamour’d to charm or captivate
calamity grievous affliction; adversity; misery
Adversity adverse fortune or fate; a condition marked by misfortune, calamity, or distress
prevails to be or prove superior in strength, power, or influence
anatomy the human body
temper’d an act of tempering or moderating
usurer a person who lends money and charges interest, esp. at an exorbitant or unlawful rate; moneylender
valour boldness or determination in facing great danger, esp. in battle; heroic courage; bravery
cherish to hold or treat as dear; feel love for
rouse to bring out of a state of sleep, unconsciousness, inactivity, fancied security, apathy, depression, etc.
decreed a formal and authoritative order, esp. one having the force of law
reconcile to win over to friendliness; cause to become amicable
tender to offer or proffer
Acquaint to make more or less familiar, aware, or conversant
divining to perceive by intuition or insight; conjecture
fickle likely to change, esp. due to caprice, irresolution, or instability; casually changeable
renown widespread and high repute; fame
asunder apart or widely separated
vengeance infliction of injury, harm, humiliation, or the like, on a person by another who has been harmed by that person; violent revenge
abhors to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly; loathe; abominate.
ebb to flow back or away, as the water of a tide
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