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Romeo & Juliet


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soul
the spiritual part of a person, believed to exist after death
comfort
to make sb who is unhappy feel better by being kind towards them
liquor
strong alcoholic drink
hateful
evoking or deserving hatred
pretend
to behave in a particular way to make others believe sth that is not true
tomb
noun a place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the ground and marked by a tombstone)
according to
as stated or reported by sb/sth
rescue
to save sb/sth from a dangerous or harmful situation
dagger
a weapon like a very small sword
stab (sb/sth)
to push a sharp, pointed object, especially a knife, into sb
tragic
causing or involving great sadness because sb suffers or dies
overwhelmed
influenced by a strong emotional effect, unsure how to react
grief
a strong feeling of sadness, usually because sb has died
horrify
to make ab feel extremely shocked, disgusted or frightened
precious
adj. having much monetary or sentimental value; beautiful ---cherished
tragedy
a very sad event that causes people to suffer or die
fair
(used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored
alliance
a partnership or comradery between two or more parties; a truce
race
to move very fast
beg (sb for sth)
to ask sb for sth especially in an anxious way because you want it very much
unite
to join, combine, or incorporate so as to form a single whole or unit
part
when two people ..., they leave each other (formal)
bear
to accept sth unpleasant
embrace
a hug
poison
a substance that causes death or harm if it is absorbed into the body
lifeless
dead or appearing to be dead (formal)
uninvited
being or going somehwere without an invitation
enemy
noun any hostile group of people; an opposing military force
at dawn
at sunrise