Romeo and Juliet Vocab — Act 2, sc 2-3

envious Definition: Feeling envy Use it in a sentence Example: She is envious of her sister’s good grades 3 synonyms: (covetous, jealous, resentful) 3 antonyms: (Kind, noble, magnanimous)
Definition: Use it in a sentence: 3 synonyms: 3 antonyms:
stumble Definition:to nearly fall by tripping or missing a step. Use it in a sentence: stumble on [over] a stone3 synonyms: fall · trip · spill3 antonyms:lurch, stumble, stagger
Utter Definition: complete totalUse it in a sentence: an utter stranger 3 synonyms: complete · total · absolute3 antonyms:partial
peril Definition: something that imperils or endangersUse it in a sentence: on the day of peril3 synonyms: danger · jeopardy · risk3 antonyms: safety · security
inquire Definition: exposure to the risk of being injured, destroyed, or lost Use it in a sentence: to inquire into something3 synonyms: inspect interrogate 3 antonyms: find answer
perjure Definition: to make a perjurer of (oneself)Use it in a sentence: The man scrupled to perjure himself3 synonyms: risk 3 antonyms: attes
pronounce Definition: Use it in a sentence: People impute great cleverness to cats3 synonyms: plain3 antonyms:clear
impute Definition: Use it in a sentence: People impute great cleverness to cats3 synonyms: ascribe3 antonyms:absolve
gracious Definition: Use it in a sentence: gracious living3 synonyms: affable3 antonyms:aloof
repose Definition: Use it in a sentence: 3 synonyms: 3 antonyms:
flatter Definition: Use it in a sentence: to flatter someone3 synonyms: charm3 antonyms:ignore
substantial Definition: Use it in a sentence: a substantial markdown3 synonyms:big 3 antonyms:broken
beseech Definition: Use it in a sentence:I beseech this favor of you 3 synonyms: implore3 antonyms:answer
wanton Definition: Use it in a sentence: a person who is wanton3 synonyms: lewd3 antonyms:good
cherish Definition: Use it in a sentence: Let’s cherish life.3 synonyms:adore 3 antonyms:abher
crave Definition: Use it in a sentence: crave a cup of coffee3 synonyms: covet3 antonyms:have
baleful Definition: Use it in a sentence:in a baleful manner 3 synonyms: dire3 antonyms:favorable
precious Definition: Use it in a sentence: one’s precious time3 synonyms: adored3 antonyms:cheap
dignify Definition: Use it in a sentence: to dignify anything3 synonyms: exalt3 antonyms:condemn
virtue Definition: Use it in a sentence: a paragon of virtue3 synonyms: ethic3 antonyms:evil
predominate Definition: Use it in a sentence: to predominate over the others3 synonyms: hold sway3 antonyms:follow
remedy Definition: Use it in a sentence: a folk remedy3 synonyms:antidote 3 antonyms:harm
homely Definition: Use it in a sentence:a homely child 3 synonyms: cozy3 antonyms:attractive
forsake Definition: Use it in a sentence:forsake the world 3 synonyms: forgo3 antonyms:allow
woes Definition: Use it in a sentence: an Iliad of woes3 synonyms: anguish3 antonyms:aid
rancor Definition: Use it in a sentence: I have no rancor against him3 synonyms:acrimony 3 antonyms:good will

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