Macbeth always spoke with a ___ tone that invested even the most ___ conversations with a faint air of illicitness.
Acting as an art form often seeks the ___ in its subjects, those qualities that cannot be expressed in words alone.
The witch was of a/an ___ age; white-haired, but baby-faced, she might have been twenty-five or sixty.
The scholar’s argument depended to heavily on poling quotation upon quotation, as if readers would be ___ by the sheer weight of the ___.
The actor who played Macbeth was noted for his ____ behavior: he quickly became irritated if his every whim was not immediately satisfied.
Though Macbeth eagerly sought her ____, he subsequently chose not to heed that advice.
His subjects respected the King because he was both ___ and ___: steadfast in his beliefs and tactful in his negotiations.
Following the decree banning ____ acts, suspected ___ could be forcibly detained without filing of formal charges.
They use language not to explain but to ____; each statement is like a reflection in a warped mirror.
Macbeth learned that by ____ his anger and resentment, and so avoiding ____, he could overcome opponents more successfully than could those who openly defied their adversaries.
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