“I have been careless, and so have been thwarted by luck and chance, those wreckers of all but the best laid plans. But I know better now. I understand those things that I did not understand before. I must be the one to kill Harry Potter, and I shall be.”

Voldemort, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 1

“Many of our oldest family trees become a little diseased over time. You must prune yours, must you not, to keep it healthy? Cut away those parts that threaten the health of the rest.”

Voldemort, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 1

“Dudley, for the first time in your life, you’re talking sense.”

Harry, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 3

“I don’t think you’re a waste of space.”

Dudley [to Harry], Deathly Hallows, Ch. 3

“I won’t blast people out of my way just because they’re there. That’s Voldemort’s job.”

Harry, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 5

Molly: “How do you feel, Georgie?”
George: “Saint-like”
Fred: “What’s wrong with him? Is his mind affected?”
George: “Saint-like. You see … I’m holey. Holey, Fred, geddit?”
Fred: “Pathetic. Pathetic! With the whole wide world of ear-related humour before you, you go for holey?”

Deathly Hallows, Ch. 5

“Harry, he’s taking over the Ministry and the newspapers and half the wizarding world! Don’t let him inside your head too!”

Hermione, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 5

“No, Harry, you listen. We’re coming with you. That was decided months ago – years, really.”

Hermione, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 6

“I always said he was mental. Brilliant, and everything, but cracked. Leaving Harry an old Snitch – what the hell was that about?”

Ron, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 7

“When I get married, I won’t bother with any of this nonsense. You can all wear what you like, and I’ll put a full Body-Bind Curse on Mum until it’s over.”

Fred Weasley, Deathly Hallows, Ch. 8

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