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horde
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • They were truly trapped now: There was no way out except through the door, and a horde of goblins seemed to be approaching on the other side.
  • Clattering and yelling, the horde of moving statues stampeded past Harry, some of them smaller, others larger than life.
  • They were hacking and stabbing at the ankles and shim of Death Eaters their tiny faces alive with malice, and everywhere Harry looked Death Eaters were folding under sheer weight of numbers, overcome by spells, dragging arrows from wounds, stabbed in the leg by elves, or else simply attempting to escape, but swallowed by the oncoming horde.

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  • A horde of reporters descended on the small town.
  • Nobody could withstand Genghis Khan and the Mongolian horde.

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