A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Vocabulary. ACT I, Scene I . Connived . to cooperate secretly. Court . to attempt to attract (a mate) by engaging in certain specific behaviors. Devout. Deeply religious . jilted .
to cooperate secretly
to attempt to attract (a mate) by engaging in certain specific behaviors.
to reject or cast aside (a lover or sweetheart), especially abruptly or unfeelingly.
to follow close upon
To talk in a violent and wild way
Synonym – raving
any person in a position of authority who exercises power harshly
to compose and perform or deliver without previous preparation
violently cruel, as a wild beast
offensive or outrageous to accepted standards
an introductory speech, calling attention to the theme of a play
to boast or brag noisily.
lacking the qualities or features of living beings
contrary to nature, reason, or sense; absurd; ridiculous
not returned or reciprocated
vicious, nasty, mean
long and tiresome
having deepinsight or understanding and thinking beyond what is obvious