Romeo and Juliet Act IV and V Vocab

slander (noun) words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
leisure (noun) time available for ease and relaxation
remedy (verb) the act of correcting an error, a fault, or an evil
dirge (noun) a song of hymn of mourning as a memorial to a dead person
ordained (verb) fixed or established especially by order or command
apothecary (noun) a health professional trained in the art of preparing drugs
penury (noun) a state of extreme poverty or destituion
infectious (adjective) easily spread
aloof (adjective) remote in manner
presage (noun) a sign of something about to happen
He was a target of slander. slander sentence
He had an abundance of leisure. leisure sentence
He hoped his remedy would work. remedy sentence
She sang a dirge. dirge sentence
He was ordained minister later that night. ordained sentence
He wanted to meet the apothecary. apothecary sentence
He lived in penury for the rest of his life. penury sentence
He had an infectious disease. infectious sentence
He kept himself aloof from the party. aloof sentence
The fever was a presage of a terrible illness. presage sentence

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