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What does culled mean in Romeo and Juliet?

Last Updated: 17th March, 2020

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cull. remove something that has been rejected. We have culled such necessaries as are behooveful for our state tomorrow. Juliet.

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Hereof, what is a Ratcatcher slang for in Romeo and Juliet?

ratcatcher(Noun) One who catches rats; particularly one who does so professionally. ratcatcher(Noun) insult, not widely used nowadays but made popular by Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet.

what does dirge mean in Romeo and Juliet? dirge. a song or hymn of mourning as a memorial to a dead person. FROM ROMEO & JULIET.

Keeping this in view, what are Juliet's fears Act 4 Scene 3?

As she prepares to drink the sleeping potion prepared for her by Friar Lawrence, Juliet fears that it might actually be poison, that it might not work (which means she will have to marry Paris), or that it might wear off early, leaving her to wake up in a tomb and go mad with fear.

What does disparagement mean in Romeo and Juliet?

Profane (Verb) To treat(something sacred) with abuse,irreverence,or contempt or to debase by a wrong,unworthy,or vulgar use/to misuse/ threat with disrespect. Pernicious (Adj) Highly injurious/destructive/deadly or wicked.

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