a small, showy trinket or decoration; something of no importance or worth
by habit or memorized behavior, without any thought or consideration
an exclamation used to express disgust or outrage
having agreed to give up or do without something
another name for the Greek sun god Apollo
suggesting that something momentous or calamitous is likely to happen.
a person who desecrates or defiles
rid of an unwanted feeling, memory, or condition, typically giving a sense of cathartic release
resentment: a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
often means something offensive or unpleasant
a phrase used as a term of address for a man or boy, esp. one younger or of lower status than the speaker
one who practices usury, the art of money-lending, which was considered shameful and exploitative
in the context of this play, an interrogative meaning "why"
an interrogative meaning "where"
an interjection expressing surprise or indignation