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cower
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Harry Potter (#3) and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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  • The end of the lesson in sight, Snape strode over to Neville, who was cowering by his cauldron.
  • It was horrible to watch, like an oversized, balding baby, cowering on the floor.
  • His eyes flickered over Ron, lying on the floor, over Hermione, cowering next to the door, to Harry, standing there with his wand covering Black, and then to Black himself, crumpled and bleeding at Harry’s feet.

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  • She cowered in fear.
  • She cowered behind her big sister.

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