romeo and juliet ACT3 Jennifer Castro Mendoza (A)

gallant adjective1.brave, spirited, noble-minded, or chivalrous:SYNONYM: braveANTONYM: weak
fray noun1.a fight, battle, or skirmish.SYNONYM: FIGHTANTONYM: peace
banishment verb (used with object)1.to expel from or relegate to a country or place by authoritative decree; 2.to compel to depart; send, drive, or put away:to banish sorrow.SYNONYM: expulsionANTONYM: inclusion
calamity noun, plural calamities.1.a great misfortune or disaster, as a flood or serious injury.2.grievous affliction; adversity; misery:SYNONYM: disasterANTONYM: advantage
commend verb (used with object)1.to present, mention, or praise as worthy of confidence, notice, kindness, etc.; recommendSYNONYM: approveANTONYM: blame
dexterity noun1.skill or adroitness in using the hands or body; agility.2.mental adroitness or skill; cleverness.SYNONYM: abilityANTONYM: ignorance
prevail verb (used without object)1.to be widespread or current; exist everywhere or generally:2.to appear or occur as the more important or frequent feature or element; predominateSYNONYM: dominateANTONYM: influence
reconcile verb (used with object), reconciled, reconciling.1.to cause (a person) to accept or be resigned to something not desiredSYNONYM: make peaceANTONYM; fight
vile adjective, viler, vilest.1.wretchedly bad2.Highly offensive, unpleasant, or objectionable:SYNONYM: offensiveANTONYM:agreeable
abhor verb (used with object), abhorred, abhorring.1.to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly; loathe; abominate.SYNONYM regardANTONYM admire
pensive adjective1.dreamily or wistfully thoughtful:SYNONYM sober ANTONYM ignorant
vial noun1.Also, phial. a small container, as of glass, for holding liquids:a vial of rare perfume; a vial of medicine.verb (used with object), vialed, vialing or (especially British) vialled, vialling.SYNONYM: containerANTONYM: decanter
enjoined verb (used with object)1.to prescribe (a course of action) with authority or emphasis:The doctor enjoined a strict diet.2.to direct or order to do something:SYNONYM: order ANTONYM: ask , allow
abate verb (used without object), abated, abating.6.to diminish in intensity, violence, amount, etc.:SYNONYM: lessen or growth ANTONYM:develop
benguile verb (used with object), beguiled, beguiling.1.to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude.SYNONYM:cheatANTONYM: give , offer

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