Quotes From Shakespeare's Macbeth

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Important Quotes From The Play Macbeth, And Who Said Them


 
  
Created Feb 5, 2009
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"Fair is foul, and foul is fair...fog and filthy air"
 
witches
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"no more that Thane of Cawdor shall decieve"
 
duncan
3
"what he hath lost noble Macbeth hath won"
 
duncan
4
so foul and fair a day..not seen
 
macbeth
5
if you can look into the seeds of time
 
banquo
6
this supernatural solicting cannot be il; cannot be good...earnest success...a truth?...I am...
 
macbeth
7
nothing in his life became him like the leaving it. he died as one..studied in his death...careless...
 
malcolm
8
there's no art to find the mind's construction...he was a gentleman with hwom i built an absolute...
 
duncan
9
stars! hide your fires
 
macbeth
10
yet i do fear they nature..human kindness
 
lady macbath
11
come you spirits..unsex me here..cruelty
 
lady macbeth
12
i have no spur to prick the sides of my intent...which o'erleaps itself and falls on the other
 
macbeth
13
false face must hide...fals heart
 
macbeth
14
these deeds must not be thought...it will make us mad
 
lady mac.
15
sleep no more! macbeth does murder sleep...innocent sleep...sore labor's bath
 
macbeth
16
will...great neptune...clean from my hand...green one red
 
macbeth
17
heark! more knocking
 
lady mac.
18
there's daggers in men's smiles; the near in blood, the nearer bloody
 
donalbain
19
be innocent of the knowledge dearest chuck. till thou appluad the deed
 
macbeth
20
the time has been...that when the brains were out..man would die...now rise again...twenty...
 
macbeth
21
when now i think you can behold such sights and keep your natural ruby of your cheeks when...
 
macbeth
22
at once. goodnight. stand not upon the order of your going but go at once
 
lady macbeth
23
beware macduff
 
apparition
24
be bloody bold, and resolite; laugh to scorn the power of man, for none of woman born shall...
 
apparition
25
macbeth shal never vanquish...until...wood to high dunsinane hill shal come...
 
apparition
26
infected by the air weron they ride, and damned all those that trust them
 
macbeth
27
from this moment, the very firstlings of my hand
 
macbeth
28
all is the fear, and nothing is love
 
lady mac.
29
i have done no harm, but i remmeber now i am in this earhtly world where to do harm is often...
 
lady mac
30
fit to govern? no, not to live. o nation miserable
 
macduff
31
it cannot be called our mother but our grave
 
ross
32
he has no children. all my pretty ones? did you say all? o hell-kite...all pretty chickens...
 
macduff
33
i shal do so; but i must also feel it as a man. i cannot but rememebr such things were that...
 
macduff
34
the night is long that never finds day
 
malcolm
35
she has light by her continually; tis her command
 
gentlewoman
36
yet who would have though the old man to have so much blood on him
 
lady mac
37
the thane of fife had a wife, where is she now
 
lady mac
38
here's the smell of blood still..smells of arabia..not sweeten this hand
 
lady mac
39
wash your hands...look not so pale...tell you again banquo's buried...cannot come out...grave
 
lady mac
40
whats done cannot be undone
 
lady mac
41
unnatural deeds do breed unnatural troubles
 
doctor
42
those he commands move only in command
 
angus

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