Card Set Information
In book 9, the cyclops were Odysseus' _______.
Adversary; one that contends with, opposes, or resists
As Odysseus men rowed past, the sirens' voices began to _______.
dwindle; to become steadily less
Circe has a _____ voice, but she was tricky and evil too.
Odysseus is known for his guile and ______.
Stealth; intended not to attract attention
The ____ waters at Scylla and Charybdis were physically and mentally stressful on Odysseus' men.
After her marriage, the hours spent waiting for Romeo seem ___ to Juliet.
Tedious; tiresome because of length or dullness
Romeo thinks Juliet is bright like the sun and the moon is ____ of her beauty.
Envious; feeling or showing envy
Friar marries Romeo and Juliet.. eliminate _____.
Rancor; bitter deep-seated ill will
Paris... ____ young man... good match for a young lady.
Valiant; possessing or acting with bravery or boldness
Prince was ____ by the continuous fighting.
Vexed; debated or discussed at length
The suitor is ________ ... belief that Odysseus was dead.
Justification; something that justifies
Odysseus' men ... feared they wouldn't be able to move his ________ door.
Ponderous; of very great weight
At the start of the play, the Capulets begin a ____.
quarrel; a ground of dispute or complaint
Polyphemus... _____ indifferent to their feelings or beliefs.
indifferent; that does not matter one way or the other
The cyclops that he wouldn't let Odysseus and his men free... a ____.
whim; a capricious or eccentric and often sudden idea or turn of the mind
unable to breath; suffocate
Odysseus was ______ ; determined to have revenge on the suitors
implacable; not capable of being appeased, significantly changed, or mitigated
agitated with doubt or mental conflict or pain
a feeling of contempt for someone or something regarded asunworthy or inferior