scroll to top
Stuck on your essay?
Get ideas from this essay and see how your work stacks up
Word Count: 582
Romeo and Juliet VocabularyWordDefinitionPart of SpeechLocation Context1 mutiny-n open to rebellion735Ii3 from ancient grudge break new mutiny-mutined mutinous2 civil-adj of citizens735Ii4 where civil blood make hands undear-civilly civilizer3 foes-n personal enemy735Ii5 from forth the fatal lins of the two foes-foeman4 tyrant-n absolute ruler that governs736Ii83 tis all one I will sh- a cruel rulerow myself a tyrant When-tyranny tyrannize5 profanersn one who showing contempt or738Ii83 profraners of this interverence toward God or sa-neighborhood stained steel cred things-profaner profaneous6 pernicous-adj tending to cause death or738Ii85 that quench the fire o injuryyour pernicous rage-pernicousness pernicously7 adversary-n an opponet enemy739Ii107 here were the servants of your adversary-adversaries adverse8 fray-n a fight scuffle739Ii118 right glad I am he was no at this fray-frayed frays9 covert-adj covered or protected739Ii126 and stole into the covert of the woods-covertly covertness10 augment-v to make greater739Ii133 with tears augmenting the fresh morning -augmentation augmentativedew11 portentous-adj foreboring omnious740Ii142 Black and portenous must his humor prove-portenously porpentousnessWordDefinitionPart of SpeechLocation Context12 shrift-n confession to a priest741Ii160 To hear true shriftshrifter13 woo-v try to seek affection to tempt745Iii16 but woo her gentle Paris gether hurt-wooed wooing woos14 anguish-n an organizing physical or men-746Iii47 One pain lessened by atal painanothers anguish-anguishing anguishes15 heretic-n one that discents from an acc-747Iii94 transparent hereticepted belief or doctorineto be burnt for liars-heretical herticate16 perilous-n exposure to danger750Iiii54 A perilous knock and it cried bitterly-perils periled17 disposition-n ones usual mood750Iiii65 how stands your disposition to be married-dispositioned18 beseech-v to request earnestly751Iiii103 in extremity invence hence to wait I beseech-beseeched beseecher19 woe-n espressing sorrow or dismay752Iiv21 I cannot bound a path above dull woe-woes woer20 visage-n a fatal expression752Iiv29 give me a case to put my visage in-visages21 wantons-adj excessive cruelty753Iiv35 A torch for me Let wantons light of heart-wantoned wantonries22 revels-v to take great pleasure755Iiv109 with this nights revels and expire the term-reveled reveling revels23 vile-adj objectionable or unpleasent755Iiv111 by some vile forfeit of
@Kibin is a lifesaver for my essay right now!!
- Sandra Slivka, student @ UC Berkeley
Wow, this is the best essay help I've ever received!
- Camvu Pham, student @ U of M
If I'd known about @Kibin in college, I would have gotten much more sleep
- Jen Soust, alumni @ UCLA