Shakespearian Dictionary By: michelle mendoza

''Tis: it is / A way to remember this word: it's

Upon - more formal than on A way to remember this: upon has the same meaning of "on".

Fair: a person or thing that is beautiful or valuable / A way to remember this: a beautiful woman, charming

Collied: to blacken as with coal dust / A way to remember this: darkened, murky.

New: not existing before; made, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time. / A way to remember this: newly, freshly, recently, just.

Neaf: a person's hand when the fingers are bent in toward the palm and held there tightly. / A way to remember this: fist, clenched hand

Anon: soon / A way to remember this: shortly

Afeard - to be afraid, old English frighten, mostly used by Shakespeare. / A way to remember this: scared, terrified

Waxen: having a smooth, pale, translucent surface or appearance like that of wax. / A way to remember this: pasty, slick

Prevailment - power to prevail or dominate, victory / A way to remember this term is by thinking to win at something or to to beat someone at something

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