Professor McGonagall did not invite confidences; Dumbledore, though in many ways more intimidating, still seemed less likely to scorn a theory, however wild.
As I doubt the Half-blood prince" she gave the book another scornful look "could dream up an antidote for a dozen different love potions at once, I’d just invite someone to go with you, that’ll stop all the others thinking they’ve still got a chance.
’Any,’ do you?" asked Ginny scornfully.
"They didn’t have the potions with them in the bathroom," said Hermione scornfully, "They were just discussing tactics.
Friends, don’t make me laugh," said Lavender scornfully.
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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
That coach scorns students who don’t have natural ability.