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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • She just told me to shut up and get on with transfiguring my raccoon.
  • Cedric did this weird thing where he Transfigured a rock on the ground…. turned it into a dog…. he was trying to make the dragon go for the dog instead of him.
  • "Of course, the ideal solution would be for you to Transfigure yourself into a submarine or something," Hermione said.
  • He appeared to have transfigured himself— but badly.
  • When everyone was gone, I Transfigured my father’s body.
  • Unless you swapped its fangs for wine-gums or something that would make it less dangerous…… The trouble is, like that book said, not much is going to get through a dragon’s hide…… I’d say Transfigure it, but something that big, you really haven’t got a hope, I doubt even Professor McGonagall…. unless you’re supposed to put the spell on yourself?

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  • The treatment and diet transfigured her into a beautiful young woman
  • her face, transfigured by a smile

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