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Hints of what will come later
Foreshadowing
Stage direction meaning only the audience or designated character hers those lines
Aside
Solo speech, delivered by a character alone on stage, showing a character's true thoughts
Soliloquy
Combining two opposites (such as "smart jock" hehe)
Oxymoron
Causing great harm or damage
Pernicious (adj.)
Hints of what will come later
Foreshadowing
Stage direction meaning only the audience or designated character hers those lines
Aside
Solo speech, delivered by a character alone on stage, showing a character's true thoughts
Soliloquy
Combining two opposites (such as "smart jock" hehe)
Oxymoron
Causing great harm or damage
Pernicious (adj.)
Great suffering
Anguish (Noun)
Parties, festivities
Revels (Noun)
A character whose qualities contrast with those of another character (Romeo and Mercutio)
Foil
Desire strongly
Crave (Verb)
Crime of willfully giving false testimony
Perjury (Noun)
Beg someone to do something
Entreat (Verb)
Hold dear, value something
Cherish (Verb)
Very bad; obnoxious; evil
Vile (Adjective)
Words which have the same beginning sound
Alliteration
Giving inanimate objects human characteristics
Personification
disagreement of opinions and aims
discord (noun)
skill in using the hands
dexterity (noun)
misfortune, distress
adversity (noun)
regards with horror or disgust
abhors (verb)
dead and decaying flesh
carrion (noun)