Shakespeare Vocabulary

cunning – adj and n

abjure – v

austerity – two different n

idolatry – n

edict -n

transpose – v

perjure -v

gallant – two different adj

condole – v

wanton – three different adj

quaint – adj

progeny – n

chide – v

disdainful – adj

languish – two different v

surfeit – n

heresy -n

prologue – three different n

entreat – v

compel – v

discord – n

concord – n

expound – v

paragon – n

apprehend – two different v

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