A Midsummer Night's Dream Vocabulary

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to show excessive love or attention
two-week time period
to change the position of something
daring, bold
to solemnly renounce or avoid
to feel disgust towards someone or something
sharp disapproval
to lose vigor or vitality
having to do with marriage
ridicule, mockery
to feel sorry for, regret
a literary composition in verse or prose in which human folly and vice are held up to scorn, derision, or ridicule
to scold, to reproach
a mean, cowardly, person
courtly entertainment with masked dancers
annoyance or irritation
wild excitement, delirium, lunacy
detestable or offensive
a brief stay
to deceive by trickery, to mislead, to charm
scornful, insulting
to make golden
seriousness, a special ceremony
to steal
to bless, to make sacred
absurd, foolish
regrettable, unfortunate
dispute, disagreement, lack of harmony
amusement, jollity, merriment

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