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ROMEO AND JULIET ACT II VOCABULARY
Banishment ◦ To send someone away; to force them to leave
Beseeches ◦ Makes a request to someone in an earnest or urgent manner; pleads; begs
Calamity ◦ A sudden violent event that brings about great loss or destruction; catastrophe; tragedy
Commend ◦ To put something in the possession or safekeeping of another; entrust
Conjure ◦ To make something appear unexpectedly or out of nowhere as if by magic
Dexterity ◦ Mental skill or quickness; cleverness
Fain ◦ Pleased; content; with pleasure
Idolatry ◦ Extreme admiration, love, or reverence for someone or something
Invocation ◦ Asking for assistance or as an authority; summoning of a deity or the supernatural
Perjury ◦ Willfully lying under oath
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