Similes in Macbeth?

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There are plenty of similes in Macbeth. In Act 1 Scene 2 line 10: 'As two spent swimmers do cling together' and again in lines 16 and 17: 'And fortune on his damned quarrel smiling, Show'd like a rebel's whore, all too weak.'
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