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despise
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • It was so very typical of his uncle to put his hopes in the establishment, even within this world that he despised and mistrusted.
  • How despicable does Albus Dumbledore appear, busy plotting his rise to power when he should have been mourning his mother and caring for his sister!
  • You cannot despise me more than I despise myself.
  • You cannot despise me more than I despise myself.
  • "But I don’t despise you — " "Then you should," said Dumbledore.
  • He met Aberforth’s gaze, which was so strikingly like his brothers’: The bright blue eyes gave the same impression that they were X-raying the object of their scrutiny, and Harry thought that Aberforth knew what he was thinking and despised him for it.
  • "That," she said quietly, "is despicable.

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  • She despises the people he has to work for.
  • They despise each other.

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