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Consort

(V)- to hang out with


(N)- escort, or a one person in a group of musicians

Villain

(N)-a bad or evil person

Vile

(Adj)- seriously evil or bad

Submission

(N)- obedience or giving in to another person's wishes

Plague

(N)- a disease that killed many people during the middle ages and during Shakespeare's time

Braggart

(N)- a person who brags; a conceited person

Slander

(N or V)- lies told to injure a person's reputation

Fray

(N)- a fight

Fatal

(Adj)- deadly

Martial

(Adj)- refers to fighting, the army, etc: from the Greek god of wars, Mars

Dexterity

(N)- the ability to move easily; with agility

Amorous

(Adj)- loving, romantic, or passionate

Tedious

(Adj)- boring because of length or because of the monotonous nature of the task

Cockatrice

(N)- a mythological beast whose glance would kill it's victims (like the Basilisk in Harry Potter 2)

Corpse

(N)- the body of a dead person

Beloved

(N)- the person who is loved

Wherefore

(Adv)- why

Emnity

(N)- hatred, ill-will

Cunning

(Adj or N)- cleaver or sly

Hoarse

(Adj)- a rough or harsh sound to the voice, often because of a cold or a sore throat