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dilate -- as in: dilated eyes
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Wandless, helpless, Pettigrew’s pupils dilated in terror.
  • The hanging man’s pupils were wide, dilated with fear, and they seemed to swell, bigger and bigger until their blackness swallowed Harry whole — And how Harry was hurrying along a dark corridor in stout little Gregorovitch’s wake as he held a lantern aloft: Gregorovitch burst into the room at the end of the passage and his lantern illuminated what looked like a workshop; wood shavings and gold gleamed in the swinging pool of light, and there on the window ledge sat perched, like a

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  • Her pupils were dilated.
  • Pupils dilate when someone looks at something they like.

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