I’ve got a bottle of antidote here, but I’d rather nobody needed it.’
’Because you’ll keep bleeding till you shrivel up, we haven’t got an antidote yet,’ said George, helping himself to a kipper.
They’re sure they’ll find an antidote, though; they say they’ve had much worse cases than mine, and in the meantime I just have to keep taking a BloodReplenishing Potion every hour.
The wall behind her was covered in notices and posters saying things like: A CLEAN CAULDRON KEEPS POTIONS FROM BECOMING POISONS and ANTIDOTES ARE ANTI-DON’TS UNLESS APPROVED BY A QUALIFIED HEALER.
’Healer Smethwyck worked his magic in the end, found an antidote to whatever that snake’s got in its fangs, and Arthur’s learned his lesson about dabbling in Muggle medicine, haven’t you, dear?’ she added, rather menacingly.
Poisons and antidotes are essential study for Aurors.
Dobby has used it, sir,’ said the elf, dropping his voice and looking guilty, ’when Winky has been very drunk; he has hidden her in the Room of Requirement and he has found antidotes to Butterbeer there, and a nice elf-sized bed to settle her on while she sleeps it off, sirů and Dobby knows Mr Filch has found extra cleaning materials there when he has run short, sir, and —’
I expect to see a great deal more effort for this weeks essay on the various varieties of venom antidotes, or I shall have to start handing out detentions to those dunces who get a "D’V He smirked as Malfoy sniggered and said in a carrying whisper, ’Some people got a "D"?
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Yeah, an antidote to the stupidity of dating.
Laurie Halse Anderson -- The Impossible Knife of Memory
But Andie was no longer the antidote to my nerves.