Are You Literally A "Romeo & Juliet" Words Expert?

Do you know the 31 most famous words from this Shakespeare masterpiece?

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defy (v.)
Rely
Refuse to obey
ado (n.)
A new haircut
Fuss
advance (v.)
Raise
Compliment
avise (v.)
Reflect
Scare
aloof (adv.)
A short distance away
At a great rate
baleful (adj.)
Deadly
Ready
bare (adj.)
Needy
Prominent
beggarly (adj.)
Poor
Noble
betossed (adj.)
Private
Shaken up
bid (v.)
Ruin
Ask
bosom (n.)
Heart
Poison
by and by (adv.)
Precisely
Immediately
fain (adv.)
Willingly
Recently
forsooth (adv.)
Violently
Truly
gape (v.)
Yearn
Predict
ghostly (adj.)
Holy
Gloomy
hag (n.)
irritation
Wicked fairy
heavy (adj.)
Fat
Gloomy
husband-friend (n.)
A husband as well as a lover
Someone who is a great friend
list (v.)
Decorate
Wish
mammet (n.)
Puppet
Money-lender
man of wax (adj.)
Perfect
Indifferent
morrow (n.)
Morning
Tomorrow
orison (n.)
Pilgrim
Prayer
pox (n.)
Plague
Costume
Presage (v.)
Predict
Cause failure
rail (v.)
Rant
Escape
woe (n.)
Great sorrow
Great love
simple (adj.)
Clumsy
Foolish
wench (n.)
Failure
girl
yesternight (n.)
Old news
Last night
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