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Example sentences from the Web for Macbeth
“There’s an emphasis on everything being useful far into the future,” Macbeth said.
“Many fields of advanced math require every kind of math you learn as an undergraduate,” Macbeth said.
Macbeth still remembers the first time she tried a proof assistant.
It was a review of Lady Macbeth, and it dripped with malice.
He had married, and had an affair, while he was writing Lady Macbeth, and the opera was alive with sexuality.
I remember being like, “I want to do Shakespeare,” and she suggested Macbeth.
At times she looks demonic—screaming and thrashing like an overacted Lady Macbeth.
Judi Dench takes on the role of Lady Macbeth in the 1979 film Macbeth.
"I am not Lady Macbeth," said Isabel, with a tremor in her own voice, as she entered and blew out the candle.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
That which would have disheartened and disarmed other men, seemed only to animate him with all Macbeth's wild courage of despair.
Lady Macbeth was her great part; in that she was painted both by Romney and Lawrence.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
We have two studies of such a state of irresolution, in Macbeth and Brutus.
But if, as Macbeth says, such jobs are to be done at all, then it is well they were done quickly.Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.|F. Anstey
British Dictionary definitions for Macbeth
Cultural definitions for Macbeth
A tragedy by William Shakespeare, in which the Scottish nobleman Macbeth, misled by the prophecy of three witches and goaded on by his wife, murders the king and usurps the throne. Well-known lines from the play include “Lay on, Macduff” and “Out, damned spot!”