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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Sniggering, Malfoy gave Harry a last malicious look and departed, with Crabbe and Goyle lumbering along in his wake.
  • ’Ready to show us all up, Ickle Prefect?’ said Fred, emerging tousle-haired from the neck of his Quidditch robes, a slightly malicious grin on his face.
  • ’No marks again, then, Potter,’ said Snape maliciously, emptying Harry’s cauldron with a wave of his wand.
  • ’Yeah, Weasley, we were just wondering,’ said a malicious voice.
  • His pale, pointed face was alight with malice.
  • ’Yes, yes, do,’ said Fudge, nodding, and he glanced maliciously at Dumbledore as Umbridge left the room.
  • Can this be?’ said Malfoy, sounding maliciously delighted; some of the Death Eaters were laughing again, and under cover of their laughter, Harry hissed to Hermione, moving his lips as little as possible, ’Smash shelves —’

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  • I am not interested in hearing malicious gossip.
  • Words can be like baseball bats when used maliciously.
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