Type
Word Search
Description

jocund
slander
calamity
beguile
lament
chide
deceit
piteous
tedious
garish
peril
prolixity
tetchy
posterity
devout
covert
adversary
pernicious
strife
mutiny

Romeo and Juliet Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Visage
Devout
Pestilence
Pensive
Slander
Penury
Prorogue
Melancholy
Lament
Piteous
Antics
Baleful
Peril
Tetchy
Conjured
Beguile
Garish
Obesquy
Immoderate
Chide

Romeo And Juliet Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Adversary
augmenting
chided
civil
deformities
digressing
discourees
discreet
elequence
entreat
exposition
garish
idolatary
immoderatley
inundation
lamentable
monarch
nuptials
obscured
pensive
perjuries
plague
profane
prostrate
purged
rancore
repose
solace

Romeo and Juliet Wordsearch (Act 1)

Type
Word Search
Description

tartar
prolixity
stinted
whither
rank
withal
choler
cankered
pernicious
runn'st

Romeo & Juliet Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Lady Montague
Lady Capulet
minion
mischance
baleful
conspire
carrion
sunder
prate
presage
distraught
poultice
peruse
penury
dank
forswear
misadventure
canker
lineament
gory
bauble
gossamer
garish
rote
paramour
trudge
braggart
jocund
sententious
bawdy
drivel
waddle
dowdy
amble
doff
Rosaline
Abram
Balthasar
FriarJohn
Prince Escalus
paris
montague
capulet
Friar Lawrence
Nurse
Benvolio
Mercutio
Tybalt
Juliet
Romeo

Romeo and Juliet Act 1 vocabulary Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

adversary one's opponent in a contest
augmenting to make something greater
deformities disfigurement
discreet careful, secretive
disparagement to belittle
nuptial wedding ceremony
obscured darkened unclear
pernicious tending to cause death
portentous foreboding exciting
posterity future generations of people
prodigious great in size
profane disrespect to religion
propagate to breed or to multiply
purged to remove

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aloof
Apothecary
Pestilence
Resolve
Shroud
Inundate
Beguile
Discord
Agile
Rancor
Chide
Jest
Valiant
Shrift
Rapier
Tragedy
Soliloquy
Scene
Oxymoron
Dramatic irony
Comic relief
Aside
Allusion
Act

Romeo And Juliet Act I Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Serious and dignified Solemnity
Causing harm or ruin Pernicious
To become weak or deteriorate Languish
Act of breaking a law or command Transgression
Cleanse, forgive Purge
Fighting attitude Belligerence
Enemies Adversaries
Problem causing resentment or complaint Grievance
Long, slender sword Rapier
Future generations Posterity
Noisy or energetic Boisterous
increase, add to Augment
Pure, virtous, decent Chaste
Temperament, attitude Disposition
Pretentious, threatening Portentous

Romeo And Juliet: Act 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To summon into existence. Conjure
To tell a joke. Jest
Deceitful and unreliable scoundrel. Knave
A journey taken for pleasure. Jaunt
A chant used in conjuring. Invocation
Deep-seated, often mutual hatred. Enmity
To attribute or give credit. Impute
To express grief for. Lamentable
A soft, moist mass of bread, meat, or clay. poultice
To discontinue a session; to defer. prorogued
To beg. beseech
Dwelling place for monks. monastery
A priest/monk. friar
A wise saying. proverb
A nymph who yearned for Narcissus until nothing but her voice remained. echo

r and j crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

work extremely hard toil
angry or bitter strife
ones opponent in a contest adversary
possessing or showing courage valiant
having a harmful effect pernicious
make a concerted or violent attack assail
lose or lack of vitality languish
a person believing in or practicing religious heresy heretic
good or worthy merit
bad tempered tetchy
a period of two weeks fortnight
ask urgently to do smething beseech
the state of feeling bad enmity
immediate danger peril
represent something as being done impute
remove a item of clothing doff
an enemy foe
bitterness or resentfulness rancor
confession shrift
promblematic vexed
showing high moral standerds virtuous
barred from ones native country exile
nerves or temper fray
showing characteristics effeminate
wife or husbend consort

Romeo and Juliet Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A sword Rapier
Brave, courageous, bold Valient
Epidemic Pestilence
Showing no interest, withdrawn, uninvolved Aloof
To joke, prank Jest
Well-balanced and quick on one's feet, nimble Agile
To overwhelm with something Inundate
To scold, rebuke, reprimand Chide
Feelings of ill will, hatred, enmity, animosity Rancor
Cloth used to wrap a body for burial Shroud
Druggist/Pharmacist Apothecary
Lack of harmony Discord
A confession Shrift
To deceive or cheat Beguile
Firmness of purpose, determination Resolve