Romeo and Juliet No Fear Shakesphear Vocab

ostracize to banish; to shut out from a group or society by common consent
aesthetic concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty
ecstatic feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
cursory hasty, not thorough
fiasco (n.) the complete collapse or failure of a project
ephemeral lasting a very short time
harangue a long, strongly expressed speech or lecture
Loquacious tending to talk a great deal
autonomous self-governing; independent
obstreperous noisy and difficult to control
furtive secret, stealthy
unctuous (adj.) Excessively smooth or smug; trying too hard to give an impression of earnestness, sincerity, or piety; fatty, oily; pliable
inexorable impossible to stop or prevent
pander (v.) to cater to or provide satisfaction for the low tastes or vices of others; (n.) a person who does this
voluptuous full of delight or pleasure; having a shapely and pleasing appearance
placate to appease, soothe, pacify
wrest to pull away, take by violence
moribund (adj.) dying, on the way out
importune (v.) to trouble with demands; to beg for insistently
ludicrous ridiculous, laughable, absurd
chicanery deception by means of craft or guile
castigate (v.) to punish severely; to criticize severely
sagacious wise; having keen perception and sound judgement
obsequious marked by slavish attentiveness; excessively submissive, often for purely self-interested reasons
lugubrious looking or sounding sad and dismal

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