Harry Potter Triple Word Ladder

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Can you name the 5 letter words in each of the following 3 columns that begin and end with a Harry Potter character?

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____ Crouch Sr. Head of the Department of International Magical Cooperation
Simpson & Starr (Football Hall of Famer)
Often used at grocery or superstores to carry to-be-purchased items
Usually given to others as gestures of thanks, as invitatons, or congratulations
Generally used to connect electrical items to outlets
Elements of speech or writing that allow individuals to communicate with each other
The tendency to use or express oneself using more words than are necessary to convey meaning
To feel anxiety or unease regarding a problem or conflict
To feel distress, especially through symphathy with someone else's misfortune
A large vehicle designed to transport heavy items on a flat load-carrying surface
____ Bird-former Celtics basketball player and 1998 NBA coach of the year
The Boy Who Lived
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Death-Eater turned spy, Head of Slytherin House
To shoot at a target, usually from a concealed location
To cut or seperate items with short, rapid movements using a scissor
Vessels larger than boats used to transport people or items by sea
Locations usually stocked with retail merchandise available for purchase
To cut by striking with a heavy, sharp object such as an axe. 'He _____ wood for the fire each morning'
Cultivated plants that are grown and harvested for consumption
Cages or pens used to keep animals (usually chickens) in a single location
A method of shoe-tying using two ____, often referred to as 'bunny ears'
Large diving water-birds with straight, pointed bills and webbed feet
A term used to describe someone who seems to be crazy or extremely silly
Remus Lupin's nickname on the Marauder's Map
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The first name of Harry Potter's father:
Austen & Eyre
Sections of a road, usually indicated by a solid or dotted line, that seperates traffic
The glass part of windows that allows you to look inside/outside a structure
A type of evergreen tree, commonly used decoratively during the winter season:
Two of these would be the equivalent of 32 fluid ounces
Fuchsia, magenta, and rose:
Animals found in both America and Europe. Can also be an expensive type of coat:
Individuals who practice religious seperation or seclusion from 'worldly' pleasures or practices
A Harry Potter character who has the ability to change her physical appearance at will:

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