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Glossary of Romeo and Juliet Act 5 Vocab

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distant physically or emotionally
aloof
reserved and remote
aloof
tending or having the power to bring back to an original condition
restorative
not capable of being persuaded by entreaty
inexorable
relentless
inexorable
1. sign, indication
2. foreboding, portent
presage
1. foolish, silly, stupid
2. worthless, idle, useless
vain
1. poison
2. a harmful, corrupting influence
contagion
deficient in quantity, fullness, or extent
meager
scanty
meager
not favorable
inauspicious
a digging tool with a flat blade set a right angles to the handle
mattock
to place in a grave or tomb
inter
bury
inter
1. inspiring dread
2. foreshadowing evil or disaster
direful
1. terrible
2. ominous
direful
a standard or banner or flag, as of a military unit
ensign
1. a usually fatal epidemic disease, especially bubonic plague
2. a pernicious, evil influence or agent
pestilence
made a participant in knowledge of something private or secret
privy
scornfully and condescendingly proud
haughty
a lover, especially one in an adulterous relationship
paramour
extreme want or poverty
penury
destitution
penury
doubtfulness or uncertainty as regards interpretation
ambiguity
druggist
apothecary

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