"We danced. And Tituba conjured Ruth Putnam‘s dead sisters" (Abigail).
"You loved me, John Proctor, and whatever sin it is you love me yet!" (Abigail)
"I saw Sarah Good...Good Osburn...Bridget Bishop with the Devil!" (Abigail) "I saw George Jacobs...Goody Howe with the Devil!" (Betty)
In this scene, a group of girls can be seen dancing around a boling pot hoping to conjure up spirits. The girls dance the night away, shouting out chants and sayings, not thinking about the consequences that may follow.
After claming her love for John Proctor once again, Abigail is furious at Proctors response. Calling her a child, rejecting her love and denying what had happend (With Betty in the background, sleeping).
Abby and Betty are accusing others, at random, for commiting witch craft. With little to no proof, readers can believe that their accusations are based on current relationships in the town (either envy or hatred)