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The Tragedy of Macbeth Word Search

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Downfall
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Insanity
Scotland
England
Three Witches
Lady Macbeth
William Shakespeare
King Duncan
Hope
Power
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Macbeth
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Macbeth Characters Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Oldest son of Duncan Malcolm
brave noble general whose children will inherit the Scottish throne Banquo
drunken doorman of Macbeth’s castle Porter
Macduff's wife Lady Macduff
goddess of witchcraft Hecate
plot mischief against Macbeth using charms, spells, and prophecies The Three Witches
Scottish nobleman Ross
Scottish nobleman Lennox
Scottish general; thane of Glamis Macbeth
good King of Scotland whom Macbeth murders King Duncan
Youngest son of Duncan Donalbain
group of ruffians conscripted by Macbeth to murder Banquo, and Macduff’s wife and children Murders
deeply ambitious woman who lusts for power Lady Macbeth
Banquo's son Fleance
Scottish nobleman hostile to Macbeth’s kingship; kills Macbeth Macduff

Macbeth Word Search

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Macbeth

The Tragedy of Macbeth Word Search

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The Tragedy Of Macbeth Word Search

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William Shakespeare
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Macbeth Act II Crossword Puzzle

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Description

the son of Duncan who is the rightful king Malcolm
this object is the first guilt inspired hallucination Macbeth sees dagger
a reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history allusion
"moves like a ghost" is an example of what literary device simile
this person is a potential ally and threat to Macbeth's plotting since he knows the prophecy Banquo
a speech by a character when he is alone on the stage soliloquy
the signal Lady Macbeth gives Macbeth bell
excuse Lady Macbeth gives for not killing Duncan herself father
word Macbeth could not say amen
this person discovers Duncan's dead body Macduff
Banquo's son Fleance
present from Duncan to the Macbeths diamond
"I'll do whatever you say, as long as I can do it with a clear conscience." Banquo
in addition to murdering Duncan, Macbeth says that he has also murdered this sleep
"I can't go back. I'm afraid event to think about what I've done." Macbeth
returns the daggers to the crime scene LadyMacbeth
Lady Macbeth's solution to remove evidence of guilt washhands
this drunk person provides comic relief porter
"A murderer has broken into God's temple and stolen the life out of it" is an example of this literary device metaphor
"Oh gentle lady, my news isn't fit for your ears" is an example of this literary device irony
Macbeth's excuse for killing the guards anger
flees to England Malcolm
flees to Ireland Donalbain
discusses uproar as a result of Duncan's murder with an old man Ross
named by Macduff as prime suspects for the King's murder twosons
goes to Fife in opposition of the new king Macduff
traditional site of coronations Scone
named King Macbeth

Macbeth Acts 1-3 Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What is the missing word here? "Fair is _____, and _____ is fair." Foul
Complete this line: "Look like th'innocent flower, but be the __________ under't." Serpent
Who is the King of Scotland at the start of the play? Duncan
What is it called when a character shares their thoughts and feelings with the audience? Soliloquy
Who do Macbeth and Lady Macbeth frame for the King's murder? servants
What does Macbeth bring with him from the murder scene? Bloodydagger
Where does Duncan's son Malcolm flee to following Duncan's murder? England
Where does Duncan's son Donalbain flee to following Duncan's murder? Ireland
At the end of Act II, who is crowned the new King of Scotland? Macbeth
At the beginning of Act II, the Porter is comparing guarding Macbeth's door to guarding the gates of __________. Hell
When the audience knows something about the story that the characters in the story do not, this is called _____________________. dramaticirony
At the beginning of Act III, Banquo becomes _______________ of Macbeth. suspicious
Who is the Goddess of witchcraft? Hecate
Who is the goddess of witchcraft angry with? threewitches
Macbeth hires three murders to kill Banquo and _____________. Fleance
In Act III, who do the three murders succeed in killing? Banquo
________________ is the underlying reason for many of Macbeth's actions. Guilt
Toward the end of Act III, Lennox and a Lord want to form an alliance with Malcolm, the King of England, and ____________. Macduff

Macbeth Word Search

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banquo
cawdor
dagger
death
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duncan
evil
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king
lady macbeth
lennox
loyalty
macbeth
macduff
malcom
murder
power
prophecies
scotland
seyton
suicide
supernatural
traitor
wutches

Shakespeare's Macbeth Word Search Puzzle

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greed
trust
fear
Betrayal
Blood
killing
malcolm
hecate
ross
lords
Ghost
dagger
king
macduff
lennox
banquo
murder
three witches
lady macbeth
macbeth

Macbeth Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What could Macbeth not say when he killed Duncan? Amen
Macbeth is afraid of who? Banquo
Who is suspicious of Macbeth? Banquo
Macbeth lives in what? castle
Macbeth becomes thane of..... Cawdor
Where is King Duncan burried? Colmekill
What does Macbeth see that is not real? Dagger
Where does Malcolm go after his dad dies? England
According to the witches who is supposed to become King also? Fleance
Who is Banquo's son? Fleance
Who is blamed for King Duncan's murrder? Guards
When Macduff is knocking on the door Shakespeare uses this time to put what into the play? humor
Where does Donalbain go after his dad dies? Ireland
Why does Macbeth kill King Duncan? To become... king
Who does Macbeth Kill? King Duncan
Who is Macbeth's wife? Lady Macbeth
Thane of Glamis Macbeth
Who finds the King dead? Macduff
Macbeth has trouble keeping what at ease? (Ghost) mind
What screeches when King Duncan dies? owl
What comes with becoming King? power
Who's father is the old man? ross
When Macbeth kill Duncan what does he hear? ______ no more. sleep
How many murders are after Banquo and his son? three
The weird sisters are what? witches