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  • What sights my lord?
  • We have scorched the snake, not killed it 
  • As the weird sisters promised, and I fear, Thou played’st most foully for’t;
  • After hearing a conversation between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth and Macbeth's very behavior actions during the dinner, Ross starts to imagine what Macbeth could be seeing that is so terrible, coming to the conclusion that something is haunting Macbeth. Therefore, tied in the the sudden murder of Duncan in Macbeth's castle, Ross starts to be suspicious of Macbeth.
  • Which of you have done this!
  • Here Macbeth is implying that the threat that his crown has is still not gone, suspicious towards the people who might want/have the opportunity to take his throne away (3.2.13   2)
  • How sayst thou that Macduff denies his person At our great bidding?
  • From this we can see that Banquo suspects Macbeth of having become king by 'foul means', intending that Macbeth killed or ordered the death of the king.  ( 3.1.2-3    3)
  • My former speeches have but hit your thoughts Things have been strangely borne. The gracious Duncan Was pitied of Macbeth; marry, he was dead.
  • In this scene Macbeth sees the ghost of Banquo, and thinks it is a joke, and suspects one of the lords sitting at the table to have pranked him. This is more a way for Macbeth to think an explanation for him seeing Banquo than him actually believing that someone pranked him.
  • Macbeth hints to the fact that Macduff is probably suspicious of Macbeth's way of gaining the crown because of his absence at the dinner. An absence to such a dinner could be considered as treason to the king, and so we can see the suspicion being aroused by both sides (by Macbeth and by Macduff)
  • Again, here is another suspicious person of Macbeth. Lennox here speaks of his contemplation of the past 'strangely borne' events, like the king's murder and Macbeth's sudden kingship to another unnamed lord.
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