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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Aunt Petunia looked quite appalled with herself.
  • ’I just think she’s an absolutely appalling teacher and a real old fraud.
  • ’No way,’ said Ron, appalled.
  • It was appalling.
  • ’He was bluffing,’ said Ernie, looking appalled.
  • All three of them raised their wands again, but none of them struck: they were all gazing, open-mouthed, appalled, at what was happening to the man’s head.
  • He kept saying nobody in their right mind would rather study Knarls than Chimaeras — oh, I don’t think he’s got a Chimaera,’ she added at the appalled look on Harry and Ron’s faces, ’but that’s not for lack of trying, from what he said about how hard it is to get eggs.
  • Harry leaned an inch or so to the left to see where Mad-Eye was pointing and there, sure enough, were the three Dursleys, who looked positively appalled to see Harry’s reception committee.
  • As both of them stared at the place where it had broken, appalled at what had happened, a pearly-white figure with hugely magnified eyes rose into the air, unnoticed by any but them…Harry could see its mouth moving, but in all the crashes and screams and yells surrounding them, not one word of the prophecy could he hear.
  • T"?’ asked Hermione, looking appalled.

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  • The live in appalling conditions.
  • She has scheduled a news conference to respond to the appalling accusations.

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