Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Quotes

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'Yeah, the D.A.'s good. Only let's make it stand for Dumbledore's Army because that's the Ministry's worst fear, isn't it?'
'Harry Potter, you are a friend of Hagrid's, are you not? Then give him a warning from me. His attempt is not working. He would do better to abandon it.'
'I'm very well indeed, thank you! Now, how many autographs would you like? I can do joined-up writing now, you know!'
'You know, Minister . . . I disagree with Dumbledore on many accounts . . . but you can't deny he's got style.'
'Ow kunnit nofe skusin danger izfat?'
'Wit beyond treasure is man's greatest treasure.'
'Don't you have a go at my mother.'
'Well, I think a girl [...] might've got a glimpse of me [...] but I was gone the moment she looked back at me and I'll bet she thought I was an oddly shaped log or something.'
'I seemed to have touched a nerve. Well, just watch yourself, Potter, because I'll be dogging your footsteps in case you step out of line.'
'Yes, here, you worthless pile of bat droppings, here! Dementors attacking the boy on your watch!'
''Near human intelligence'? We consider that a great insult, human! Our intelligence, thankfully, far outstrips your own —'
'And it's Johnson, Johnson with the Quaffle, what a player that girl is, I've been saying it for years but she still won't go out with me —'
'Oh, no. Expelliarmious! I mean, Expellimellius! I — oh, sorry, Marietta!'
'I am sure the Minister will understand that I had no choice. . . . The Cruciatus Curse ought to loosen your tongue.'
'THEN — I — DON'T — WANT — TO — BE — HUMAN!'
'It is with great regret that I must confirm that the wizard styling himself Lord — well, you know what I mean — is alive and among us again.'
''Don't kill Cedric! Don't kill Cedric!' Who's Cedric — your boyfriend?'
'You . . . This isn't a criticism, Harry! But you do . . . sort of . . . I mean — don't you think you've got a — a — saving-people-thing?'
'The Prophet exists to sell itself, you silly girl.'
'HE GOT OFF, HE GOT OFF, HE GOT OFF —'
'The one with the power to vanquish the Dark Lord will be born as the seventh month dies. . . .'
'[...] Not if Dumbledore doesn't want to be found! I should know . . . Examined him personally [...] when he did N.E.W.T.s . . . Did things with a wand I'd never seen before . . .'
'Well, the Sorting Hat did seriously consider putting me in Ravenclaw during my Sorting, but it decided on Gryffindor in the end.'
'HERMY! WHERE HAGGER?'
'Harry, I'm so sorry, what must you think of me? Not even able to get rid of a boggart . . .'
QuoteWho said it?
'Oh, I dunno . . . Let's say I dreamed I was . . . drowning Snape in my cauldron. Yeah, that'll do. . . .'
'Have a biscuit, Potter.'
'I was afraid of death. I chose to remain behind. I sometimes wonder whether I oughtn't have . . . Well, that is neither here nor there . . . In fact, I am neither here nor there.'
'REMEMBER MY LAST, PETUNIA.'
'First years line up over here, please! All first years to me!'
'People like you in the government? Oh, this explains everything, everything, no wonder the country's going to the dogs. . . .'
'Are you going to give me the password or will I have to stay awake all night waiting for you to finish your conversation?'
'Never used an Unforgivable Curse before, have you? You need to mean it, Potter! You need to really want to cause pain — to enjoy it — righteous anger won't hurt me for long!'
'The Minister was just telling me about your lucky escape, Potter. Quite astonishing, the way you continue to wriggle out of very tight holes. . . . Snakelike, in fact . . .'
'Instead you get to arrest me. It's like losing a Knut and finding a Galleon, isn't it?'
'— COMPLETELY IRRESPONSIBLE, AS IF WE HAVEN'T GOT ENOUGH TO WORRY WITHOUT YOU DRAGGING STOLEN CAULDRONS INTO THE HOUSE —'
'If you shout his name, I will curse you into oblivion.'
'Approval for Whipping . . . Approval for Whipping . . . I can do it at last. . . . They've had it coming to them for years. . . .'
'Er — I don' want ter be rude, but who the ruddy hell are you?'
'The mind is not a book, to be opened at will and examined at leisure. [...] The mind is a complex and many-layered thing, Potter . . . or at least, most minds are . . .'
'DUBBLEDORE!'
'Think I did. One: He's sitting on my chair. Two: He's wearing my clothes. Three: His name's Remus Lupin . . .'
'Don't put your wand there, boy! What if it ignited? Better wizards than you have lost buttocks, you know!'
'Chocolate in the library! Out — out — OUT!'
'Ron, you are the most insensitive wart I have ever had the misfortune to meet.'
'Potter, when I want nonsense shouted at me I shall give you a Babbling Beverage.'
'He's not James, Sirius!'
'I'm surprised your broomstick can get off the ground with that fat head on it. You make me SICK.'
'Filth! Scum! By-products of dirt and vileness! Half-breeds, mutants, freaks, begone from this place! How dare you befoul the house of my fathers —'
'You think you have felt pain thus far? Think again. . . . We have hours ahead of us and nobody to hear you scream. . . .'

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