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a. abandon. abase. abate. abated. abatement. abed. abhominable. abhomination . abhor. abhorred. abhorring. abide. abiliment. ability. abject. abjectly. abjure.

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Alphabetical headword definitions for Romeo and Juliet. abroach (adv.) afoot, astir, in motion. abuse (n.) 2 offence, wrong, insult, transgression. abuse (v.) ...

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"Romeo & Juliet" Vocabulary; The Beginner's Guide to Speaking Basic Shakespeare Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.

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It followed a dispute with the theatre's board over her methods, which included reworking Shakespearean texts and using sound and lighting technology.

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One of the primary obstacles between Shakespeare's plays and modern audiences is his language. When he was writing ... Shakespearean Vocabulary.

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Dec 13, 2008 ... These words are from the website "Common Archaic Words in Shakespeare" http ://www.cummingsstudyguides.net/xArchaisms.html. Each word ...

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On July 10, TNT will debut the first two episodes of “Will,” a boisterous, steampunk-style period drama that imagines William Shakespeare's early years in ...

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Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet". January 15, 2010 By Vocabulary Lists (New York, NY) Vocabulary.com Moderator. Vocabulary study list for Shakespeare's ...

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Listed below are some common Elizabethan terms you will come across while reading Shakespeare. Use them to help you become familiar with the language ...

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Shakespearean Vocabulary List. aye- yes. dote (on) – love. thou – you (subject). thee – you (object). thy – your. thine – your. hie – hurry. fray – fight. hath – has ...