Act-1 Trustworthy, Fearless, Brave, Loyal
For brave Macbeth-well he deserves that name-disbanding fortune with his brandished steel, which smoked with bloody execution. (1.1.16-18)
she's the one in control.
But screw your courage to the sticking-place, and we'll not fail. (1.7.60-61)
Act-2 heisatant, confused, guilty, fearful, scared
Sleep no more to all the house: glamis hath murdered sleep, and there fore cawdor shall sleep no more: Macbeth shall sleep no more. (2.2.40-42)
These deeds must not be thought after those ways; so it will make us mad. (2.2.33)
Afraid, worried, scared, untrusting
There the growth serpent lies: the worms that's fled hath nature that in time will venom breed no teeth for the present, get thee gone, tomorrow we'll hear ourselves. (3.4.28-31)
Helpful, Supporting her husband
And hath been from his youth. pray you, keep seat. the fit momentary; upon a though, he will again be well. (3.3.54-56)
afraid, secluded, seeking knowledge
Beware macduff beware the thane of fife whateer- thou art for thy good caution thanks thou hast harped my fear aright (4.1.71-74)
Macbeth not letting his wife in on the plan.
be innocent of the knowledge, dearest chucktill thou applaud the deed. come, seeing night (3.2.45-46)
i'll fight till flesh from my bones my flesh be hacked (5.3.31-33)
she hallucinated sleep walking .
wash your hands; put on your nightgown;\ look not so pale! I tell you yet again \, banquo's buried he cannot come out his own grave. (5.1.54)