A Midsummer Night's Dream (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare

There are lots of variations of A Midsummer Night's Dream. This academic variation used to be created for self-improvement or in coaching for complex examinations. the ground of every web page is annotated with a mini-thesaurus of unusual phrases highlighted within the textual content, together with synonyms and antonyms. Designed for faculty districts, educators, and scholars looking to maximize functionality on standardized assessments, Webster’s paperbacks benefit from the truth that classics are usually assigned readings. A working glossary on the backside of every web page turns out to be useful to scholars who're actively development their vocabularies in anticipation of taking PSAT®, SAT®, AP® (Advanced Placement®), GRE®, LSAT®, GMAT® or comparable examinations. This variation exposes the reader to a greatest variety of “difficult, and infrequently encountered” phrases in examinations. instead of offer a unmarried synonym, many are supplied for quite a few meanings, permitting readers to higher snatch the paradox of the English language, and keep away from utilizing the notes as a natural crutch. Having the reader decipher a word’s that means inside of context serves to enhance vocabulary retention and realizing. every one web page covers phrases now not already highlighted on prior pages. PSAT® is a registered trademark of the school front exam Board and the nationwide advantage Scholarship company neither of which sponsors or endorses this e-book; SAT® is a registered trademark of the school Board which neither sponsors nor endorses this e-book; GRE®, AP® and complicated Placement® are registered emblems of the tutorial checking out carrier which neither sponsors nor endorses this publication, GMAT® is a registered trademark of the Graduate administration Admissions Council that's neither affiliated with this booklet nor endorses this ebook, LSAT® is a registered trademark of the legislations college Admissions Council which neither sponsors nor endorses this product. All rights reserved.

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Lysander, look how I do quake with fear! -Lysander! what, removed? Lysander! lord! What, out of hearing? gone? no sound, no word? Alack, where are you? speak, an if you hear; Speak, of all loves! I swoon almost with fear. --then I well perceive you are not nigh: Either death or you I'll find immediately. ] Thesaurus crawling: (adj, n) creeping; (n) creep, (n) love, adoration, liking, delight, quake: (n) earthquake; (n, v) tremor, itch; (adj) slow, teeming, thick, tremble, shudder, shake; (adj, n, v) goodwill.

Fie, Demetrius! Your wrongs do set a scandal on my sex: We cannot fight for love as men may do: We should be woo'd, and were not made to woo. I'll follow thee, and make a heaven of hell, To die upon the hand I love so well. ] Thesaurus cowardice: (n) dastardliness, mercilessness, ruthlessness, poltroonery, pusillanimity, fear, impatience, inhumanity. mild: (adj, n) kindly, gracious; (adj) spirit, cravenness, timidity, fearfulness, base fear, cowardship. easy, lenient, benign, docile, humble, ANTONYMS: (n) nerve, bravery, clement, sweet, balmy, delicate.

Dearest: (n) dear, darling, love, honey, lover, sweetheart, loved one, baby; (adj) precious, intimate, sweet. e'er: (adv) ever, forever. hark: (v) harken, hear, hearken, heed, listen in; (n) look here, look you, look. hempen: (adj) Hempen collar, tough, cannabine. odious: (adj, v) hateful, obnoxious; (adj) detestable, hideous, nasty, execrable, disgusting, abhorrent, abominable, heinous, forbidding. ANTONYMS: (adj) pleasant, delightful, agreeable, lovable, nice. stranger: (n) foreigner, outsider, newcomer, outlander, immigrant, intruder, unknown, tramontane, trespasser; (adj) foreign, strange.

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