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89 Cards in this Set

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civil
relating to citizens (p. 7)
grudge
deep dislike (p. 7)
naught
nothing (p. 7)
adversary
opponent (p. 17)
ambling
walking (p. 45)
an
if (p. 9)
augment
to increase (p. 19)
beget
give life (p. 49)
beseech
beg (p. 43)
chastity
abstention from sexual intercourse (p. 25)
courtier
an attendant of loyal court (p. 49)
flourish
to swing or brandish (p. 15)
forfeit
a penalty (p. 17)
humor
a mood, a whim (p. 19)
kinsman
relative (p. 13)
nuptial
wedding (p. 55)
pernicious
destructive, deadly (p. 17)
portentous
foreboding (p. 19)
profaner
one who openly shows disrespect (p. 17)
scathe
to harm (p. 57)
afeard
afraid (p.79)
badest
past tense of to bid; suggested (p. 89)
baptize
to name, or to give an identity (p. 71)
conceive
to imagine (p. 93)
crave
to beg (p. 83)
cunning
skill in deception (p. 75)
divers
diverse, various (p. 83)
enmity
hatred (p. 73)
feign
to act as if (p. 107)
homely
plain, ordinary (p. 87)
idolatry
worship (p. 77)
impute
to attribute (p. 75)
inconstant
changeable (p. 75)
invocation
prayer (p. 67)
livery
a clothing that identifies the wearer by occupation or rank (p. 69)
perchance
perhaps (p. 105)
perjuries
lies (p. 75)
purblind
completely blind (p. 67)
rancor
hatred (p. 89)
salutation
a greeting (p. 93)
utterance
a speech (p. 73)
amerce
to penalize (p. 129)
array
clothing (p. 149)
bedeck
to adorn, to clothe (p. 149)
chide
to scold (p. 137)
consort
to accompany (p. 125)
counterfeit
imitate (p. 165)
devise
to figure out (p. 119)
effeminate
womanly (p. 123)
forbear
to give up, to halt (p. 121)
jocund
cheerful (p. 157)
martial
military (p. 127)
outrage
a shocking event (p. 121)
purgatory
a place of temporary punishment (p. 141)
sojourn
to stay temporarily (p. 151)
tributary
contributing, adding to (p. 137)
vile
evil (p.135)
without
outside (p. 141)
attires
clothes (p. 187)
bier
a funeral bed (p. 183)
cope
to rival (p. 181)
dirge
a funeral hymn or lament (p. 201)
distraught
driven crazy (p. 191)
environ
to surround (p. 191)
forsooth
truthfully, in truth (p. 185)
inundation
a flood (p. 175)
pensive
reflective, thoughtful (p. 177)
redress
reparation (p. 205)
stifle
to suffocate (p. 191)
'twixt
betwixt, between (p. 179)
valor
great courage (p. 183)
warrant
to assure, to guarentee (p. 187)
abhor
to hate (p. 225)
aloof
apart, away (p. 217)
conduct
guide, usher (p. 225)
contagion
disease (p. 229)
discern
to see, perceive (p. 225)
disperse
to spread, distribute (p. 211)
fare
to get along (p. 207)
inexorable
unstoppable (p. 219)
lamentable
sad, sorrowful (p. 227)
meager
starved (p. 209)
peruse
to read (p. 223)
piteous
arousing, pity, sad (p. 231)
prefix
to arrange in advance (p. 237)
rigor
strictness (p. 237)
scourge
punishment (p. 239)
unaccustomed
past part. strange (p. 207)
writ
writeen (p. 213)