Examples from the Web for romeo
Like Romeo and Juliet, we lived in different worlds — until now.
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In the first scene in Romeo and Juliet, in which we meet the nurse (and Juliet), Lady Capulet asks how old Juliet is.
(Netflix, June 1) Romeo and Juliet (2013) Single for the summer?
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The fiery Tybalt is for attacking Romeo and his followers then and there.
So with the nurse in Romeo and Juliet, whose endless gossip and vulgarity cannot quite hide a kind heart.English Literature|William J. Long
But in others, as Romeo and Juliet, and Hamlet, it heightens the tragic feeling by the irony of contrast.From Chaucer to Tennyson|Henry A. Beers
Romeo hears the lark, sure sign of approaching day, but Juliet protests.
She was the same blonde for whom we have seen him masquerading as Romeo.Bohemians of the Latin Quarter|Henry Murger
British Dictionary definitions for romeo
Word Origin for Romeo
Word Origin and History for romeo
"a lover, passionate admirer, seducer of women," 1766, from the name of the hero in Shakespeare's tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" (1590s).