"My name is good in the village! I will not have it said my name is soiled. Goody Proctor is a gossiping liar!"
(Act One) Abigail's fear of having her name ruined causes her to pretend to know who in the town are witches, so she proceeds to make false accusations.
"You drank a charm to kill John Proctors wife! You drank a charm to kill Goody Proctor!"
Abigail lies about Mary Warrens spirit and believes that Mary sent the bird as her spirit. Now Abigail is scared because she has to make up another lie to make herself look better in front of the court.
"I have a sense for heat, John, and yours has drawn me to my window."
The pride of the people in Salem leads to a massacre of innocent lives.
"Abby, I may think of you softly from time to time"
Betty accused Abigail of drinking the charm to be greedy and potentially kill Goody Proctor.
John Proctors redemption does not save him from being hanged, but it does allow him to go to the gallows with a clear conscience and he believes that he will go to heaven after he dies.
Abigail lusts for John, "looking feverishly into his eyes" Proctor denies her advances several times, seeming to have gotten over his own lust.