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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Dumbledore stood up and gave Mrs Figg his chair, conjuring a second one for himself.
  • Harry bellowed, and with a rushing, roaring sound, the silver stag he had conjured came galloping past him.
  • ’And yet you conjured a Patronus on the night of the second of August?’ said Fudge.
  • These are easier than Conjuring Spells, which you would not usually attempt until NEWT level, but they are still among the most difficult magic you will be tested on in your OWL.
  • ’What we really need is a Boggart or something; that’s how I learned, I had to conjure a Patronus while the Boggart was pretending to be a Dementor —’
  • The few Patronuses people had managed to conjure faded away into silver mist, leaving the room looking much darker than before.
  • Professor McGonagall pulled her wand from the pocket of her dressing gown and waved it; three chairs appeared out of thin air, straight-backed and wooden, quite unlike the comfortable chintz armchairs that Dumbledore had conjured up at Harry’s hearing.
  • Dumbledore flicked his own wand: the force of the spell that emanated from it was such that Harry, though shielded by his golden guard, felt his hair stand on end as it passed and this time Voldemort was forced to conjure a shining silver shield out of thin air to deflect it.

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  • She fears his black magic will conjure up evil spirits.
  • The song conjures memories of good times.

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