- ’Lord — hang on,’ said Uncle Vernon, his face screwed up, a look of dawning comprehension coming into his piggy eyes.
- ’Oh, yeah,’ said Ron, with a look of dawning comprehension.
- ’Oh,’ said Ron, comprehension dawning across his freckled face.
- Neville’s face was scarlet; the pressure Harry was exerting on his throat rendered him quite incomprehensible, but odd words spluttered from his mouth.
- ’Yes, Mr Potter, I think a lifelong ban ought to do the trick,’ said Umbridge, her smile widening still further as she watched him struggle to comprehend what she had said.
- Thestrals,’ said Hagrid proudly and Hermione gave a soft ’Oh!’ of comprehension at Harry’s shoulder.
- On this incomprehensible note he fell silent and forged a little ahead, taking one stride for every three of theirs, so that they had great trouble keeping up with him.
- Comprehension dawned on her face.
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