Socialstatus of Macduff, Lennox, Ross, Menteith, Angis, Caithness, synonym for peers
Songs were added to the play from THE WITCH by Thomas _______
Location of the palace of the King of Scotland
Coronation spot of kings where Macbeth goes to be invested
Scottish nobleman; one of the rebels that says of Macbeth, "Some say he's mad, thers, that lesser hate him/ Do call it valiant fury."
Open tract of wasteland covered with heather and low shrubs
Second witch's answer as to when they'll meet again: When the ________'s done,/ when the battle is lost and won.
Poetic word for nothing, worthless, or useless.
Earl of Northumberland; general of English forces
Wood outside of Macbeth's castle
First three characters to appear in Macbeth
Country ruled by Duncan
His ambition to be kind leads him to commit murder.
Signal for macbeth to go to Duncan's chamber
murder of one's father or mother
Good king, under whom Scotland flourishes
Macbeth's title by his father's death
"So ____ and fair a day I have not seen."
"So foul and fair a day I have not seen." Said by...
Type of swallow, often builds nest in churches; Duncan and Banquo note its presence at Inverness, indicating peace and harmony.
Scottish nobleman who reports the nearness of rebel forces and their burning desire for revenge.
"Fair is foul and foul is fair." Said by...
Lady Macbeth: "Yet I do fear thy ______ / it is too full o' the milk of human kindness."
"Though liest, abhorred tyrant. With my sword I'll prove the lie thou speakest." Said by...
Macbeth: "She should have died ________."
Lady Macbeth's relative whom Duncan resembles. (Preventing her from murdering him)
"Out, out, brief candle." Said by...
Heavily armed and well-trained soldiers; more disciplned and more heavily armed than kerns.
Number of acts in Shakespeare's tragedies.
Macduff cuts of Macbeth's ______, traditional punishment for traitors.
English king, descendant of Banquo.
Term for killing a king
2nd and 3rd apparitions are both images of a _____
England's northern most coutnry, Siward is its Earl
Dramatic device; actor onstage delivering thoughts outloud (unaware of everyone else)
Common word for poetic "ope"
What Lady Macbeth fears Macbeth's response to Duncan's murder will make them...
William Shakespeare was inspired by this person's Chronicles of Scotland
Rebel's term for Macbeth throughout Act V
Roused from drunked sleep to answer knocking at the gate
Macbeth to his Lady: "Bring forth ___ only"
Lennox sarcastically implies that Macbeth's pity causes Duncan to end up ____.
Iambic Pentameter = Blank _____
Macbeth begins and ends with Scotland fighting a _____ war
"his brandished steel" - Macbeth's _____
In Elizabthan era, monarchs ruled by divine _____
The Old Man's blessing for Ross and others like him, foreshadowed the alliance with England
Military rank of Macbeth and Banquo
Seeing Banquo's _____ at the banquet upset Macbeth so much that Lady Macbeth ended it early.
Lady Macbeth contemptuously tells Macbeth that this "fears a painted devil."
Banquo and Macduff are character ______ for Macbeth
Discovers Duncan's murder, refuses to attend Macbeth's coronation
"Coming soon", "soon"
Flees to Ireland
Macbeth's fortified castle
Dramatic device; Duncan's thoughts on the difficulty of knowing by a man's face what is running through his mind.
Scottish nobleman, reports the beginning of the rebellion and the fate of Macduff's family
Scottish nobleman; goes with Macduff to Macbeth's castle the night of Duncan's murder; Macduff tells him of his suspicions about Macbeth's guilt
The main theme of Macbeth is the devastating effect when the protagonist chooses ____ instead of good
Manner of Lady Macbeth's death
Banquo's son, flees after his father's murder
Clan chieftain; noble rank lower than an Earl
Goddess of witchcraft and sorcery, appears in scene not written by Shakespeare
Thane executed for his disloyalty to King Duncan
As Birnam Wood approached, Macbeth proclaims he is "weary of the ___"
Archaic term for a sound or prosperous political state; the public good or welfare; another form of commonwealth: common ____
New title Malcolm bestows on his "thanes and kinsmen" who bravely fought with him
Deep affection Duncan believes he and Macbeth share
Macduff's order to Macbeth on the battlefield; before and after "hellhound"
Internal organ and ingredient in witches' brew
English king with holy healing touch who helps Malcolm reclaim Scottish throne
Macbeth laments that life "is a tale/ told by an _____/ full of sound and fury,/ Signifying nothing."
A hypothetical action emphasizing Lady Macbeth's ruthlessness and cruelty
One who steals the throne from the rightful ruler
"Macduff was from his mother's womb/ Untimely ______"
Dramatic device; actor turns away from others onstage to speak thoughts aloud to audience