Snaith//Romeo and Juliet Quotes

Fill in the missing words in the quotes

'From ancient ..... break to new mutiny' - Prologue
grudge
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'By some vile forfeit of ..... death' - Romeo, Act 1 Scene 4
untimely
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'And palm to palm is holy ..... kiss' - Juliet, Act 1 Scene 5
palmers
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'To raise a ..... in his mistress' circle' - Mercutio, Act 2 Scene 1
spirit
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'Arise fair sun and kill the ..... moon' - Romeo, Act 2 Scene 2
envious
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'Young men's love then lies not truly in their hearts but in their .....' - F.Lawrence, Act 2 Scene 3
eyes
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'Unfold the ..... happiness' - Romeo, Act 2 Scene 6
imagined
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'O calm, ....., vile submission' - Mercutio, Act 3 Scene 1
dishonourable
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'A ..... on both your houses' - Mercutio, Act 3 Scene 1
plague
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'Thou ..... boy' - Tybalt, Act 3 Scene 1
wretched
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'Bid him to come take his ..... farewell' - Juliet, Act 3 Scene 2
last
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'The ..... conceit of death and night' - Juliet, Act 4 Scene 3
horrible
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'O ..... day' - Nurse, Act 4 Scene 5
woeful
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'I will lie with thee .....' - Romeo, Act 5 Scene 1
tonight
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'If you had the .....of 20 men, it would dispatch you straight' - Apothecary, Act 5 Scene 1
strength
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'Where the ..... pestilence did reign' - F. John, Act 5 Scene 2
infectious
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'If thou be ....., open the tomb, lay me with Juliet' - Paris, Act 5 Scene 3
merciful
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'Paris slain and Romeo dead, and Juliet, dead before, warm and ..... killed' - 1st Watch, Act 5 Scene 3
new
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'For never was a ..... of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo' - Prince, Act 5 Scene 3
story
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Card 2

Front

'By some vile forfeit of ..... death' - Romeo, Act 1 Scene 4

Back

untimely

Card 3

Front

'And palm to palm is holy ..... kiss' - Juliet, Act 1 Scene 5

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

'To raise a ..... in his mistress' circle' - Mercutio, Act 2 Scene 1

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

'Arise fair sun and kill the ..... moon' - Romeo, Act 2 Scene 2

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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