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Thunder

And lightning

2

Fair is foul, and foul is fair

Hover through the fog and filthy air

3

For brave Macbeth

Which smoked with bloody execution

4

Till he unseamed him

From the nave to th chops, and fixed his head upon our battlements

5

But in a sieve

I'll thither sail

6

Thrice to thine and thrice to mine

And thrice again to make up nine

7

So foul

And day I have not yet seen

8

That look not like

The inhabitants of th Earth

9

All hail Macbeth!

That shall be King hereafter

10

Lesser than Macbeth and ____
Not so happy, yet much _____

Greater

Happier

11

What, can the ____ speak true?

Devil

12

The instruments of darkness tell us _______, win us with _______ _______ to betrays in ______ consequence

Truths
Honest trifles
Deepest

13

The supernatural soliciting

Cannot be I'll: cannot be good

14

Whose horrid image

Doth unfix my hair and make my seated heart knock at my ribs

15

My thought...

Whose murther is yet but fantastical

16

If chance will have me King

Why chance, may crown me without my stir

17

Time and hour runs

Through the roughest day

18

There's no art to find the

Mind construction in the face, he was a gentleman on whom I built an absolute trust

19

Your highness' part is to receive our duties; and or duties are to your ______ and _____ and ________

Throne
State
Children

20

On which I must

Fall down or else o'erleap

21

For in my way it lies, stars hide your _____ : let not light see my ______ and _____ desires. The eye ____ at the hand; yet let that be

Fires
Deep
Dark
Wink

22

Yet do I fear thy nature, is too

Full of th milk of human kindness

23

Thou wouldst be great , at not without _______ but without the _______ should attend it

Ambition
Illness

24

Which rather thou dost fear to do

Than wishest should be undone

25

Hie thee thither

That I may pour my spirits on thine ear

26

Come you _____ that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here. And fill me from the ______ to toe , top full of direst cruelty

Spirits
Crown

27

Make thick my blood, stop

Up the access and passage to remorse

28

Come to my woman's breast, and take my milk

For gall, you murthering ministers

29

Come _____ night and pall thee in the ______ _______ of _____

Thick
Dunnest
Smoke
Hell

30

The ______ in the instant

Future