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The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd

The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd

  

by Sir Walter Ralegh

The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd: Renaissance Vocabulary for $1600 Quiz

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Q. This term is an outdated word for skirt.


What is "gown"?
What is "Philomel"?
What is "kirtle"?
What is "belts of straw"?
Q. This word means "bold, impudent behavior," but it can also refer to the contents of the liver.


What is "folly"?
What is "gall"?
What is "persnickety"?
What is "wanton"?
Q. This Greek goddess was turned into a bird.


Who is Queen Elizabeth?
Who is Sir Walter Ralegh?
Who is Persephone?
Who is Philomel?
Q. "Wanton fields" might best be described as _____.


What is "fertile"?
What is "dreamy"?
What is "barren"?
What is "sally"?
Q. This word is defined as "lack of good sense, foolishness."


What is "fancy"?
What is "folly"?
What is "jeopardy"?
What is "wayward"?
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