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What does lady macbeth mean by “when none can call our pow’r to accompt” in these lines from act v of the tragedy of macbeth by william shakespeare? she is expressing a fear of macduff that the king shares. she believes that she and the king are all-powerful. she and macbeth are calling for an increase in power. she and macbeth cannot explain why they have so much power.

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