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General Crossword Questions for “macbeth”

  • The Scottish play
  • The Scottish Play
  • Scottish play
  • Thane of 6
  • King of Scotland, 1040-1057
  • Shakespearean tragedy
  • Decoration held by singular subject of Scottish king
  • Stake stuck into companion after mother's play
  • Lay into speed play
  • Morpheus's murderer?
  • Play with commander in American study
  • Scottish king with American subject clasping imperial award
  • American subject holds award for play
  • American subject accepts British award for unmentionable work?
  • Scottish king married to a college girl
  • Scottish king, an American subject, retaining award
  • Having belief in most of strongly masculine play
  • Play in match and be beaten


  • Synopsis, recurring themes, adaptations, and history of Shakespeare's play, Macbeth. — “Macbeth - Wikipedia”,
  • He lied in alternative media interviews that he and his unit routinely committed war crimes in Iraq.[2][3] Transcripts of the video were made in English and Arabic.[4] According to the U.S. Army, there is no record of Macbeth being a Ranger,[5][6] or serving in a combat unit. — “Jesse Macbeth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Macbeth is an opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi, with an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave and additions by Andrea Maffei, based on Shakespeare's play of the same name. It was Verdi's tenth opera and also the first of Shakespeare's plays which he adapted for the operatic stage. — “Macbeth (opera) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • Lady Southdown rose up as magnificent as Mrs. Siddons in Lady Macbeth and ordered that horses might be put to her carriage. If her son and daughter turned her out of their house, she would hide her sorrows somewhere in loneliness and pray for their conversion to better thoughts. — “Vanity Fair” by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Shylock chimes with the jewbaiting that followed the hanging and quartering of the queen's leech Lopez, his jew's heart being plucked forth while the sheeny was yet alive: Hamlet and Macbeth with the coming to the throne of a Scotch philosophaster with a turn for witchroasting. — “Ulysses” by James Joyce
  • I cannot say whether any diseased affection of the heart caused her lips to be parted as if she were panting, and her face to bear a curious expression of suddenness and flutter; but I know that I had been to see Macbeth at the theatre, a night or two before, and that her face looked to me as if it were all disturbed by fiery air, like the faces I had seen rise out of the Witches' caldron. — “Great expectations” by Charles Dickens
  • And later, Miriam drew them together, and they read Macbeth out of penny books, taking parts. — “Sons and lovers” by D H Lawrence
  • Thus Richard III., for instance, was marvellously served by his conscience after the putting away of the two children of Edward IV.; in fact, he could say, 'These two children of a cruel and persecuting king, who have inherited the vices of their father, which I alone could perceive in their juvenile propensities–these two children are impediments in my way of promoting the happiness of the English people, whose unhappiness they (the children) would infallibly have caused.' Thus was Lady Macbeth served by her conscience, when she sought to give her son, and not her husband (whatever Shakespeare may say), a throne. — “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas
  • She stood there, by that beech-trunk–a hag like one of those who appeared to Macbeth on the heath of Forres. 'You like Thornfield?' she said, lifting her finger; and then she wrote in the air a memento, which ran in lurid hieroglyphics all along the house-front, between the upper and lower row of windows, 'Like it if you can! Like it if you dare!' — “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte


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