The moment she had sat down, chains clinked out of the arms of the chair and bound her there.
We hope they’ll be strong enough both to keep him out and to bind his tongue if he tries to talk about the place, but we can’t be sure.
His companion, unable to see who had cast the spell, fired another at Ron: Shining black ropes flew from his wand-tip and bound Ron head to foot —
"Did I?" muttered Harry, tugging at the chains binding her arms, "Well, I’ve had a change of heart."
Bind them up with the other two prisoners!
Someone yanked Harry up by the hair, dragged him a short way, pushed him down into a sitting position, then started binding him back-to-back with other people.
...Greyback was wondering whether he had just indeed just attacked and bound the son of a Ministry Official.
"But then, that’s the Weasley boy!" shouted Lucius, striding around the bound prisoners to face Ron.
Craning around, he caught sight of their fellow prisoners: Dean and Griphook the goblin, who seemed barely conscious, kept standing by the ropes that bound him to the humans.
...and Ron, appearing suddenly at the end of the aisle, shot a full Body-Bind Curse at Crabbe, which narrowly missed.
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Haven’t you noticed how none of the spells you put on them are binding?
He turned: Hagrid was bound and trussed, tied to a tree nearby.
One Horcrux remained to bind Voldemort to the earth, even after Harry had been killed.
In one swift, fluid motion, Neville broke free of the Body-Bind Curse upon him;
Professor McGonagall waved her wand again, and a length of shimmering silver rope appeared out of thin air and snaked around the Carrows, binding them tightly together.
Dean made the most of the Death Eater’s momentary distraction, knocking him out with a stunning Spell; Dolohov attempted to retaliate, and Parvati shot a Body Bind Curse at him.
The man at whom he was pointing was suspended upside down in midair, though there were no ropes holding him; he swung there, invisibly and eerily bound, his limbs wrapped about him, his terrified face, on a level with Harry’s, ruddy due to the blood that had rushed to his head.
She pointed her wand at the Carrows, and a silver net fell upon their bound bodies, tied itself around them, and hoisted them into the air, where they dangled beneath the blue-and-gold ceiling like two large, ugly sea creatures.
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The suspect sat in the cell with her wrists bound by rope.