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indignant
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Harry Potter (#6) and the Half-Blood Prince
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  • To general indignation, a sign went up on all common-room noticeboards that the next trip into Hogsmeade had been cancelled.
  • "What do you mean, you might not be at Hogwarts next year?" said Pansy indignantly, ceasing grooming Malfoy at once.
  • Despite his indignation at the position into which he had been placed, he still rather felt for the shrunken-looking man sitting opposite him.
  • "Hey!" said Harry indignantly, as she pulled his copy of Advanced Potion-Making out of his bag and raised her wand.
  • "They will certainly be unable to tell who performed the magic," said Dumbledore, smiling slightly at the look of great indignation on Harrys face.
  • "He only gave her ten Galleons?" said Harry indignantly.
  • "I was watching that, Potty!" he told Harry indignantly, pointing at the fight below, before letting out a loud cackle.
  • Hermione looked indignant.
  • It’s nothing to do with me!" said Harry indignantly.
  • There is no way they’d let me be a Death Eater!" said Ron indignantly, a bit of sausage flying off the fork he was now brandishing at Hermione and hitting Ernie Macmillan on the head.
  • Of course I haven’t!" said Harry indignantly.

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  • She was indignant, but agreed to be searched when they accused her of shoplifting.
  • "I am not a fool," she said indignantly.

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