Shakespeare Vocabulary

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Shakespeare Vocabulary for 4th November :

  1. Stopcock (n): a short pipe with a valve for stopping or regulating the flow of liquid, a stopper


  2. Stopgap (n) : something which serves a purpose for the time being


  3. Stoppage (n) : arrest, an obstruction, stop


  4. Storage (n) : the storing of goods


  5. Store (n) : stock, supply, abundance, depot


  6. Storey (n) : floor or level in building


  7. Stork (n) : a large long-legged white bird


  8. Storm (n) : tempest, a sudden attack, a burst of anger


  9. Story (n) : tale, legend, falsehood


  10. Stout (adj.) : bulky, fat, bold, strong


  11. Stove (n) : an apparatus for heating by burning fuel


  12. Stow (v) : pack, lay up, store away


  13. Straggler (n) : wanderer, stroller


  14. Straight (adj.) : not crooked, upward, direct, honest


  15. Straight (adv) : directly, immediately, straightaway


  16. Straighten (n) : make straight


  17. Straight forward (adj.) : plain, honest, just


  18. Straightway (adv.) : immediately


  19. Strain (v) : exert forcibly, stretch, injure, constrain, filter


  20. Strained (adj.) : having mutual distrust




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