By William Shakespeare
There are various variants of A Midsummer Night's Dream. This academic version used to be created for self-improvement or in practise for complicated 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 exams, Webster’s paperbacks reap the benefits of the truth that classics are often assigned readings. A operating word list on the backside of every web page turns out to be useful to scholars who're actively construction 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 sometimes encountered” phrases in examinations. instead of offer a unmarried synonym, many are supplied for a number of meanings, permitting readers to raised seize the paradox of the English language, and stay away from utilizing the notes as a natural crutch. Having the reader decipher a word’s which means inside of context serves to enhance vocabulary retention and figuring out. every one web page covers phrases now not already highlighted on earlier pages. PSAT® is a registered trademark of the varsity front exam Board and the nationwide benefit Scholarship company neither of which sponsors or endorses this ebook; SAT® is a registered trademark of the varsity Board which neither sponsors nor endorses this e-book; GRE®, AP® and complicated Placement® are registered logos of the tutorial trying out carrier which neither sponsors nor endorses this e-book, GMAT® is a registered trademark of the Graduate administration Admissions Council that is neither affiliated with this booklet nor endorses this ebook, LSAT® is a registered trademark of the legislations tuition Admissions Council which neither sponsors nor endorses this product. All rights reserved.
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Tie up my love's tongue, bring him silently. ] SCENE II. ANOTHER PART OF THE WOOD. Thesaurus acquaintance: (n) connection, friend, determined; (adv) dauntless, gutsy, praise, applaud, recommend, acquaintanceship, mate, awareness, endorse, entrust, extol, compliment, unafraid. cite. ANTONYMS: (v) rebuke, devoured: (adj) eaten up. associate, buddy, friendship, intercourse, companion; (n, v) kindred: (adj) cognate, akin, similar, criticize, censure, reproach, keep, knowledge. ANTONYMS: (n) chastise, reprimand, deny, disparage, allied, related; (n) kin, consanguinity, ignorance, inexperience, refuse, smear.
Bachelor: (adj) single, unmarried, unattached; (n) unmarried man, graduate, knight bachelor, widower, old bachelor, spinster, adult male, agamist. ANTONYMS: (adj) married; (n) husband. beshrew: (v) curse, damn, imprecate, bedamn, anathemize, anathematize, execrate, maledict; (adj) shrew. ANTONYM: (v) bless. farther: (adj, adv, prep) beyond; (adj) additional, more, distant; (adv) furthermore, besides, abroad, in addition, too; (adj, prep) outside; (pron) another. ANTONYMS: (prep) within; (adv) nearer, closer.
Farther: (adj, adv, prep) beyond; (adj) additional, more, distant; (adv) furthermore, besides, abroad, in addition, too; (adj, prep) outside; (pron) another. ANTONYMS: (prep) within; (adv) nearer, closer. ne'er: (adv) never, certainly not. pillow: (v) rest, breathe, lie, not move; (adj) wadding; (n) throw pillow, Wanger, bed pillow, feather bed, long pillow, padding. prayer: (n) invocation, plea, entreaty, appeal, orison, request, suit, litany, devotion, supplication, asking. turf: (n) sward, greensward, ground, grass, field, peat, lawn, green, divot, Corso, race course.
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare