What is the meaning of Lady Macbeth's saying, "Naught's had, all's spent,/Where our desire is got without content?"
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Lady Macbeth is beginning to experience guilt for the murderous actions that have taken place. She is saying that they (she and Macbeth) have spent all they have on making their desires come true, but at the cost of their happiness.
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