In "Macbeth", quote the word Banquo says that tells you how Macbeth reacts to the witches?

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BANQUO: Look, how our partner's rapt.

This is the bit you're thinking of, I think. Banquo is noticing that Macbeth has been dreaming to himself (in fact, delivering an aside to the audience) since the witches spoke, and describes him as "rapt" (or "enraptured").

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