Recent Entries 

By Harry Potter.

There are 152 quotes by Harry Potter in our database:

Big bones... the only thing that's got bigger bones than her is a dinosaur.
(Harry about Mme. Maxime; GoF).

Yeah, Quirrell was a great teacher. There was just that minor drawback of him have Lord Voldemort sticking out of the back of his head!
(Harry; OotP).

Ron: Well, I had one that I was playing Quidditch the other night. What do you think that means?
Harry: Probably that you're going to be eaten by a giant marshmallow or something.
(Ron & Harry; OotP).

Wow, I wonder what it'd be like to have a difficult life?
(Harry; OotP).

to the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure.
(Dumbledore; PS/SS).

Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can't see where it keeps its brain.
(Mr. Weasley; CoS).

If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.
(Sirius; GoF).

My dear Professor, I've never seen a cat sit so stiffly.
(Dumbledore to McGonagall, PS/SS).

It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live...
(Dumbledore; PS/SS).

There is no good and evil, there is only power, and those to weak to seek it...
(Quirrell; PS/SS).

It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.
(Dumbledore; PS/SS).

Can you believe our luck? Of all the trees we could've hit, we had to get one that hits back.
(Ron about the Whomping Willow; CoS).

Harry was just thinking that all he needed was for Dumbledore's pet bird to die while he was alone in the office with it, when the bird burst into flames.

It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.
(Dumbledore; CoS).

Proud? Are you crazy? All those times I could've died, and I didn't manage it? They'll be furious...
(Harry about the Dursleys; CoS).

Your father is alive in you, Harry, and shows himself most plainly when you have need of him. How else could you produce that particular Patronus? Prongs rode again last night.
(Dumbledore to Harry; PoA).

Lavender: Oh Professor, look! I think I've got an unaspected planet! Oooh, which one's that, Professor?
Trelawney: It is Uranus, my dear.
Ron: Can I have a look at Uranus too, Lavender?
(Lavender, Trelawney & Ron; GoF).

Hermione: Bouillabaisse.
Ron: Bless you.
(Hermione & Ron; GoF).

Just because it's taken you three years to notice, Ron, doesn't mean no one else has spotted I'm a girl!
(Hermione; GoF).

Vernon: Listening to the news! Again?
Harry: Well, it changes every day, you see.
(Vernon & Harry; OotP).

This is night, Diddykins. That's what we call it when it goes all dark like this.
(Harry to Dudley; OotP).

She seized Dudley by the shoulders and shook him, as though testing to see whether she could hear his soul rattling around inside him.

Just because you've got the emotional range of a teaspoon doesn't mean we all have.
(Hermione to Ron; OotP).

Before we begin our banquet, I would like to say a few words. And here they are: Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak! Thank you!
(Dumbledore; PS/SS).

Harry: What happens if I wave my wand and nothing happens?
Ron: Throw it away and punch him on the nose.
(Harry & Ron; PS/SS).

Hermione: Don't play.
Ron: Say you're ill.
Hermione: Pretend to break you leg.
Ron: Really break your leg.
(Hermione & Ron to Harry, trying to convince him to drop quidditch; PS/SS).

You know what, Harry? If he doesn't stop trying to save your life he's going to kill you.
(Ron to Harry about Dobby; CoS).

Have you ever heard of a plan where so many things could go wrong?
(Ron about the Polyjuice Potion; CoS).

Harry: But why's she got to go to the library?
Ron: Because that's what Hermione does. When in doubt, go to the library.
(Harry & Ron; CoS).

Harry froze. He knew that Hagrid would never send him anything dangerous on purpose, but then, Hagrid didn't have a normal person's view of what was dangerous.

It was either a very big cat or quite a small tiger.
(Ron about Crookshanks; PoA).

Seemed to think I cared more about winning the Cup than I do about you staying alive. Just because I told her I didn't care if it threw you off, as long as you caught the Snitch first. Honestly, the way she was yelling at me... you'd think I'd said something terrible?
(Oliver; PoA).

Hermione: Oh I see. So basically, you're going to take the best-looking girl who'll have you, even if she's completely horrible?
Ron: Er, yeah, that sounds about right.
(Hermione & Ron about the Yule Ball; GoF).

Luna did not seem perturbed by Ron's rudeness; on the contrary, she simply watched him for a while as though he were a midly interesting television programme.

Hermione: It might have been a good idea to mention how ugly you think I am too.
Harry: But I don't think you're ugly.
Hermione: Harry, you're worse than Ron...
(Hermione & Harry; OotP).

You should write a book, translating mad things girls do so boys can understand them.
(Ron to Hermione; OotP).

Harry: Hermione, you're good on feelings and stuff, but you just don't understand about Quidditch.
Hermione: Maybe not, but at least my happiness doesn't depend on Ron's goalkeeping ability.
(Harry & Hermione; OotP).

Hermione: Now, if you two don't mind, I'm going to bed before either of you come up with another clever idea to get us killed. Or worse, expelled.
Ron: She needs to sort out her priorities.
(Hermione & Ron; PS/SS).

Hermione: I've read about these! It's the devil's snare! You have to relax, if you don't it'll only kill you faster!
Ron: Faster? Oh, now I can relax!
(Hermione & Ron; PS/SS).

A pity they let the old punishment die... Was a time detention found you hanging by your thumbs in the dungeons... God, I miss the screaming.
(Filch; PS/SS).

That was about the dullest speech I've ever heard, and I grew up with Percy.
(Ron; OotP).

You know what, I'm not sure I want someone this stupid teaching me.
(Ron about Harry; OotP).

Harry had to admit that she was getting better; it was now almost always possible to distinguish between the hats and socks.
(Harry about Hermione & her knitting; OotP).

Vernon: We're not stupid, you know.
Harry: Well, that's news to me
(Vernon & Harry; OotP).

I love hearing Mum shouting at someone else... It makes such a nice change.
(Fred; OotP).

Well, I'm glad you listen to Hermione Granger at any rate.
(McGonagall to Harry; OotP).

I think we'd better check with Puddlemere United whether Oliver Wood's been killed during a training session, because she seems to be channeling his spirit.
(Harry about Angelina; OotP).

Harry, yours is okay except for this bit at the end, I think you must have misheard Professor Sinistra, Europa's covered in ice, not mice.
(Hermione to Harry; OotP).

E for 'Exceeds Expectations.' And I've always thought Fred and I should've got E in everything, because we exceeded expectations just by turning up for the exams.
(George; OotP).

Hermione: You know, I was just saying to Ron when you came in... we've got to do something about her.
Ron: I suggested poison.
(Hermione & Ron to Harry; OotP).

Hermione: But this is much more important than homework!
Harry and Ron goggled at her.

(The trio; OotP).

Did he say you look like a pig that's been taught to walk on its hind legs? 'Cause that's not cheek, Dud, that's true!
(Harry to Dudley; OotP).

What d'you mean, I'm not brave in bed?
(Harry; OotP).

Molly: I don't believe it! I don't believe it! Oh, Ron, how wonderful! A prefect! That's everyone in the family!
George: What are Fred and I, next-door neighbors?
(Molly & George about Ron making Prefect; OotP).

Hermione: Have either of you seen my copy of Numerology and Gramatica?
Ron: Oh, yeah, I borrowed it for a bit of bedtime reading.
(Hermione & Ron; PoA).

McGonagall: Jordan, if you can't commentate in an unbiased way---!
Lee: I'm telling it like it is, Professor!
(Lee & McGonagall about the quidditch match; PoA).

We tried to shut him in a pyramid. But Mum spotted us.
(George to Harry about Percy; PoA).

George: And there'll be little flags on the hoods with HB written on them---
Fred: ---for Humongous Bighead.
(George & Fred to Percy; PoA).

Harry: Where is Wood?
Fred: Still in the showers. We think he's trying to drown himself.
(Harry & Fred about Oliver; PoA).

You look in excellent health to me, Potter, so you will excuse me if I don't let you off homework today. I assure you that if you die, you need not hand it in.
(McGonagall to Harry; PoA).

Hagrid: Who told you 'bout Fluffy?
Ron: Fluffy?!
Hermione: That thing has a name?!
(Hagrid, Hermione & Ron; PS/SS).

Why spiders? Why couldn't it be 'follow the butterflies'?
(Ron; CoS).

Draco: Why are you wearing glasses?
Harry/Goyle: Uhh... Reading.
Draco: Reading? I didn't know you could read.
(Draco & Harry as Goyle; CoS).

I expect what you're not aware of would fill several books, Dursley.
(Moody to Vernon; OotP).

I don't care if my tealeaves spell 'Die, Ron, die'-- I'm just chucking them in the bin where they belong.
(Ron about Divination; OotP).

Well, honestly... 'The fates have informed her', who sets the exam? She does!
(Hermione about Trelawney; PoA).

Me! Books! And cleverness! There are more important things- friendship and bravery and- oh Harry -- be careful!
(Hermione to Harry; PS/SS).

You haven't got a letter on yours. I suppose she thinks you don't forget your name. But we're not stupid- we know we're called Gred and Forge.
(George about their Weasley jumpers; PS/SS).

There are some things you can't share without ending up liking each other, and knocking out a twelve-foot mountain troll is one of them.

Fred: Don't worry, Ginny, we'll send you loads of owls.
George: We'll send you a Hogwarts toilet seat.
(The twins say goodbye to Ginny; PS/SS).

Sunshine, daisies, buttermellow. Turn this stupid, fat rat yellow!
(Ron; PS/SS).

Dear me... we do seem to run through them, don't we?
(Dumbledore about DADA professors; CoS).

You'd better hope Creevey doesn't meet Ginny, or they'll be starting a Harry Potter fan club.
(Ron to Harry; CoS).

Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light
(Dumbledore; PoA).

sent in by: Gloria'I don't mean to be rude--' [Vernon] began, in a tone that threatened rudeness in every syllable.
'--yet sadly, accidental rudeness occurs alarmingly often," Dumbledore finished the sentence gravely.

(Vernon Dursley & Dumbledore; HBP).

(WWW ad; HBP).

''Harry Potter knows that he can confide in me with complete confidence,' I told them. 'I would rather die than betray his trust.'
'That's not saying much, seeing as you're already dead,' Ron observed.
'Once again, you show all the sensitivity of a blunt axe,' said Nearly Headless Nick in affronted tones.

(Nearly Headless Nick & Ron; HBP).

'It's not Quidditch that's popular, it's you! You've never been more interesting, and frankly, you've never been more fanciable.'
Ron gagged on a large piece of kipper. Hermione spared him a look of disdain before turning back to Harry.
'You can still see the marks on the back of your hand where that evil woman made you write with your own blood, but you stuck to your story anyway...'
'You can still see where those brains got hold of me in the Ministry, look,' said Ron, shaking back his sleeves.
'And it doesn't hurt that you've grown about a foot over the summer either,' Hermione finished, ignoring Ron.
'I'm tall,' said Ron inconsequentially.

(Ron tries to get Hermione's attention while she outlines Harry's finer points; HBP).

The third group had a pileup halfway around the pitch. Most of the fourth group had come without broomsticks. The fifth group were Hufflepuffs.
(People who came to try out for the Gryffindor Quidditch Team; HBP).

Lupin burst out laughing. 'Sometimes you remind me a lot of James. He called it my 'furry little problem' in company. Many people were under the impression that i owned a badly behaved rabbit.'
(Harry and Lupin talk about his lycanthropy; HBP).

But at that moment there was a loud squeal of 'Won-Won!' and Lavender Brown came hurtling out of nowhere and flung herself into Ron's arms.
(Lav luvvs her Ronniekins; HBP).

'...but now that big Hufflepuff player's got the Quaffle from her, I can't remember his name, it's something like Bibble-- no, Buggins--'
'It's Cadwallader!' said Professor McGonagall loudly from beside Luna.

(Luna comments the quidditch match; HBP).

'Nice commentary last match!' said Ron to Luna as she took back the green onion, the toadstool, and the cat litter. Luna smiled vaguely.
'You're making fun of me, aren't you?' she said. 'Everyone says I was dreadful.'
'No, I'm serious!' said Ron earnestly. 'I can't remember enjoying commentary more! What is this, by the way?' he added, holding the onionlike object up to eye level.
'Oh, it's a Gurdyroot,' she said, stuffing the cat litter and the toadstool back into her bag. 'You can keep it if you like, I've got a few of them. They're really excellent for warding off Gulping Plimpies.'
And she walked away, leaving Ron chortling, still clutching the Gurdyroot.
'You know, she's grown on me, Luna,' he said, as they set off again for the Great Hall. 'I know she's insane, but it's in a good--'
He stopped talking very suddenly.

(Ron and Luna talk; HBP).

'It's one of Fred and George's Spell-Check ones... but I think the charm must be wearing off...'
'Yes, it must,' said Hermione, pointing at the title of his essay, 'because we were asked how we'd deal with dementors, not 'Dugbogs,' and I don't remember you changing your name to 'Roonil Wazlib' either.'
'Ah, no!' said Ron, staring horror-struck at the parchment. 'Don't say I'll have to write the whole thing out again!'
'It's okay, we can fix it,' said Hermione, pulling the essay toward her and taking out her wand.
'I love you, Hermione,' said Ron, sinking back in his chair, rubbing his eyes wearily.
Hermione turned faintly pink, but merely said, 'Don't let Lavender hear you saying that.'

(Ron & Hermione work on an essay; HBP).

'Yes, indeed,' cried Slughorn a little thickly, 'Parry Otter, the Chosen Boy Who-- well-- something of that sort,' he mumbled, and drained his mug too.
(Slughorn; HBP).

'This is the copy of Advanced Potion-Making that you purchased from Flourish and Blotts?'
'Yes,' said Harry firmly.
'Then why,' asked Snape, 'does it have the name 'Roonil Wazlib' written inside the front cover?'
Harry's heart missed a beat. 'That's my nickname,' he said.
'Your nickname,' repeated Snape.
'Yeah... that's what my friends call me,' said Harry.

(Snape gives Harry the third degree; HBP).

'[Fleur]'s not that bad,' said Harry. 'Ugly, though,' he added hastily, as Ginny raised her eyebrows, and she let out a reluctant giggle.
(Harry's whipped; HBP).

'We'll be there, Harry,' said Ron.
'At your aunt and uncle's house,' said Ron. 'And then we'll go with you wherever you're going.'
'No--' said Harry quickly; he had not counted on this, he had meant them to understand that he was undertaking this most dangerous journey alone.
'You said to us once before,' said Hermione quietly, 'that there was time to turn back if we wanted to. We've had time, haven't we?'
'We're with you whatever happens,' said Ron.

(The trio at the very end of HBP).

'Has Ron saved a goal yet?' asked Hermione...
'Well, he can do it if he doesn't think anyone's watching him,' said Fred, rolling his eyes. 'So all we have to do is ask the crowd to turn their backs and talk among themselves every time the Quaffle goes up his end on Saturday.'

(Hermione & Fred talk about Ron; OotP).

Harry's eyes met Ron's. He knew that Ron was thinking exactly what he was: If he could have chosen any members of the D.A. in addition to himself, Ron and Hermione to join him in the attempt to rescue Sirius, he would not have picked Ginny, Neville, or Luna.
(Harry gathers the troops; OotP).

The idea of a teenage Dumbledore was simply odd, like trying to imagine a stupid Hermione or a friendly Blast-Ended Skrewt.
(Harry, after reading Dumbledore's obituary; DH ch. 2).

'Are you out of your mind?' demanded Harry. 'A plot to get this house? Are you actually as stupid as you look?'
'I've already got a house, my godfather left me one. So why would I want this one? All the happy memories?'

(Harry argues with Vernon about them leaving; DH ch. 3).

'You claim,' said Uncle Vernon, starting to pace yet again, 'that this Lord Thing--'
(Vernon's nicknames for Voldie; DH ch. 3).

'Know how to--? Of course I ruddy well know how to drive!' spluttered Uncle Vernon.
'Very clever of you, sir, very clever, I personally would be utterly bamboozled by all those buttons and knobs,' said Dedalus.

(Vernon & Dedalus Diggle discuss muggle technology; DH ch. 3).

'They think I'm a waste of space, actually, but I'm used to--'
'I don't think you're a waste of space.'
'Well... er... thanks, Dudley.'
'You saved my life.'
'Not really,' said Harry. 'It was your soul the dementor would have taken...'

(Duddykins wuvvs his widdle cousin; DH ch. 3).

Ooh, you look much tastier than Crabbe and Goyle, Harry.
(Hermione, about Harry's Polyjuice Potion; DH ch. 4).

Fred and George turned to each other and said together, 'Wow-- we're identical!'
'I dunno, though, I think I'm still better looking,' said Fred, examining his reflection in the kettle.

(After drinking Harry's Polyjuice; DH ch. 4).

'Arthur and Fred--'
'I'm George,' said the twin at whom Moody was pointing. 'Can't you even tell us apart when we're Harry?'
'Sorry, George--'
'I'm only yanking your wand, I'm Fred really--'

(After being Polyjuiced; DH ch. 4).

Hermione turned and beamed at Harry; her eyes too were full of tears.
'...then I declare you bonded for life.'

(As Fleur & Bill got married; DH ch. 8).

'She's great, isn't she?' said Ron admiringly. 'Always good value.'
(About Luna, during the wedding reception; DH ch. 8).

'It's no wonder I can't get it out, Hermione, you packed my old jeans, they're tight.'
'Oh, I'm so sorry,' hissed Hermione, and as she dragged the waitress out of sight of the windows, Harry heard her mutter a suggestion as to where Ron could stick his wand instead.

(DH ch. 9).

There was a little too much understanding in the smile Hermione gave him for Harry's liking.
(DH ch. 10).

She read it, then clutched Harry's arm so tightly that he winced.
(Harry and Hermione find R.A.B.; DH ch. 10).

'[...] Snape, headmaster! Snape in Dumbledore's study-- Merlin's pants!' she shrieked, making both Harry and Ron jump.
''Merlin's pants'?' repeated Ron, looking amused. 'She must be upset.'

(DH ch. 12).

And what in the name of Merlin's most baggy Y Fronts was that about?
(Ron to Hermione; DH ch. 12).

'Runcorn let me out, he attacked Umbridge and Yaxley, and he's told all of us to leave the country, I think we'd better do it, Reg, I really do, let's hurry home and fetch the children and-- why are you so wet?'
'Water,' muttered Ron, disengaging himself.

(Ron is polyjuiced as a Ministry worker; DH ch. 13).

'Blimey, I hope they escaped. [...] I didn't get the feeling Reg Cattermole was all that quick-witted, though, the way everyone was talking to me when I was him. God, I hope they made it... If they both end up in Azkaban because of us...'
Hermione was watching Ron fret over the fate of the Cattermoles, and there was such tenderness in her expression that Harry felt almost as if he had surprised her in the act of kissing him.

(DH ch. 14).

I get it. You choose him.
(Ron to Hermione about Harry; DH ch. 15).

'Well, the sword, Harry! Dumbledore must have known you'd want to go back there, and I mean, Godric's Hollow is Godric Gryffindor's birthplace--'
'Really? Gryffindor came form Godric's Hollow?'
'Harry, did you ever even open
A History of Magic?'
'Erm,' he said, smiling for what felt like the first time in months: The muscles in his face felt oddly stiff. 'I might've opened it, you know, when I bought it... just the once...'
'Well, as the village is named after him I'd have thought you might have made the connection,' said Hermione. She sounded much more like her old self than she had done of late; Harry half expected her to announce that she was off to the library.

(DH ch. 16).

Perhaps Hermione knew how he was feeling, because she reached for his hand and took the lead for the first time, pulling him forward.
(Harry & Hermione at Godric's Hollow; DH ch. 16).

Hermione had taken his hand again and was gripping it tightly. He could not look at her, but returned the pressure, now taking deep, sharp gulps of the night air, trying to steady himself, trying to regain control.
(Harry & Hermione visit the graves of Harry's parents; DH ch. 16).

He put his arm around Hermione's shoulders, and she put hers around his waist, and they turned in silence and walked away through the snow, past Dumbledore's mother and sister, back toward the dark church and the out-of-sight kissing gate.
(Harry & Hermione visit the graves of Harry's parents; DH ch. 16).

Hermione moved closer to him under the Cloak, her arm pressed against his.
'How does she know?'

(Harry & Hermione encounter 'Bathilda'; DH ch. 17).

Even her ability to sense them suggested some Dumbledore-ish power that he had never encountered before.
(Harry & Hermione encounter 'Bathilda'; DH ch. 17).

She hesitated, but recognized the dismissal. She picked up the book and then walked back past him into the tent, but as she did so, she brushed the top of his head lightly with her hand. He closed his eyes at her touch.
(Harry & Hermione; DH ch. 18).

'Who wouldn't prefer him, what woman would take you, you are nothing, nothing, nothing to him,' crooned Riddle-Hermione, and she stretched like a snake and entwined herself around Riddle-Harry, wrapping him in a close embrace: Their lips met.
(Voldemort's soul tortures Ron; DH ch. 19).

'[...] He knew what he was doing when he gave me the Deluminator, didn't he? He-- well,' Ron's ears turned bright red and he became engrossed in a tuft of grass at his feet, which he prodded with his toe, 'he must've known I'd run out on you.'
'No,' Harry corrected him. 'He must've known you'd always want to come back.'

(DH ch. 20).

'You only agreed to try and get back in her good books.'
'All's fair in love and war,' said Ron brightly, 'and this is a bit of both. Cheer up, it's the Christmas holidays, Luna'll be home!'

(Harry & Ron about Hermione's suggestion of visiting the Lovegoods; DH ch. 20).

'Listen, I've got a feeling you'd be able to tell who lived there if you looked through the Lovegoods' window, Let's try the next lot of hills.'
'Aha!' shouted Ron, as the wind whipped their hair and clothes. Ron was pointing upward, toward the top of the hill on which they had appeared, where a most strange-looking house rose vertically against the sky, a great black cylinder with a ghostly moon hanging behind it in the afternoon sky. 'That's got to be Luna's house, who else would live in a place like that? It looks like a giant rook!'
'It's nothing like a bird,' said Hermione, frowning at the tower.
'I was talking about a chess rook,' said Ron. 'A castle to you.'
Ron's legs were the longest and he reached the top of the hill first. When Harry and Hermione caught up with him, panting and clutching stitches in their sides, they found him grinning broadly.
'It's theirs,' said Ron.

(DH ch. 20).

Cowardly old wart. Luna's got ten times his guts.
(Ron about Xenophilius Lovegood; DH ch. 20).

'Death's got an Invisibility Cloak?' Harry interrupted again.
'So he can sneak up on people,' said Ron. 'Sometimes he gets bored of running at them, flapping his arms and shrieking... sorry, Hermione.'

(DH ch. 21).

'it's just a morality tale, it's obvious which gift is best, which one you'd choose--'
The three of them spoke at the same time; Hermione said 'the Cloak,' Ron said, 'the wand,' and Harry said, 'the stone.'
They looked at each other, half surprised, half amused.

(The trio discuss the tale of the three brothers; DH ch. 21).

Hermione looked exasperated: The expression was so endearingly familiar that Harry and Ron grinned at each other.
(DH ch. 21).

Luna had decorated her bedroom ceiling with five beautifully painted faces: Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, and Neville.
What appeared to be golden chains wove around the pictures, linking them together, but after examining them for a minute or so, Harry realized that the chains were actually one word, repeated a thousand times in golden ink:
friends... friends... friends...
(DH ch. 21).

Harry could not help but notice that Ron seemed to be taking charge. Perhaps because he was determined to make up for having walked out on them, perhaps because Harry's descent into listlessness galvanized his dormant leadership qualities, Ron was the one now encouraging and exhorting the other two into action.
(DH ch. 22).

For instance, this new idea that you-know-who can kill with a single glance from his eyes. That's a basilisk, listeners. One simple test: Check whether the thing that's glaring at you has got legs. If it has, it's safe to look into its eyes.
(Fred, aka Rapier, during Potterwatch; DH ch. 22).

She tasted disgusting, worse than Gurdyroots! Okay, Ron, come here so I can do you...
(More suggestive than it really is; DH ch. 26).

'There,' said Hermione, 'how does he look, Harry?'
'Well, he's not my type, but he'll do,' said Harry.

(Hermione & Harry about Ron's glamour charm; DH ch. 26).

How could Lord Voldemort not have known, if he, himself, most important and precious, had been attacked, mutilated?
(Voldie loves himself a bit too much; DH ch. 27).

'The silver doe!' he said excitedly. 'Was that you too?'
'Brains like that, you could be a Death Eater, son. Haven't I just proved my Patronus is a goat?'
'Oh,' said Ron. 'Yeah... well, I'm hungry!'

(Ronnie needs his energy to dazzle us with his brilliance; DH ch. 28).

'[...] I went through and met Aberforth. He's been providing us with food, because for some reason, that's the one thing the room doesn't really do.'
'Yeah, well, food's one of the five exceptions to Gamp's law of Elemental Transfiguration,' said Ron to general astonishment.

(Ron's a hidden genius; DH ch. 29).

Cho had got to her feet, but Ginny said rather fiercely, 'No, Luna will take Harry, won't you, Luna?'
(Ginny's jealous of Cho; DH ch. 29).

'Why would Harry Potter try to get inside Ravenclaw Tower? Potter belongs in my House!'
Beneath the disbelief and anger, Harry heard a little strain of pride in her voice, and affection for Minerva McGonagall gushed up inside him.

(Harry luvvs his Head of House; DH ch. 30).

'Potter!' whispered Professor McGonagall, clutching her heart. 'Potter-- you're here! What--? How--?' She struggled to pull herself together. 'Potter, that was foolish!'
'He spat at you,' said Harry.

(Gryffindors defend each other; DH ch. 30).

Before Harry or Luna could act, Professor McGonagall rose to her feet, pointed her wand at the groggy Death Eater, and said 'Imperio.'
(DH ch. 30).

'Our headmaster is taking a short break,' said Professor McGonagall, pointing at the Snape-shaped hole in the window.
(Talk about a cartoon moment; DH ch. 30).

[...] His thoughts buzzed as frantically and fruitlessly as wasps trapped beneath a glass. Without Ron and Hermione to help him he could not seem to marshal his ideas.
(DH ch. 31).

The two stone gargoyles that usually guarded the entrance to the staffroom had been smashed apart by a jinx that had sailed through another broken window. Their remains stirred feebly on the floor, and as Harry leapt over one of their disembodied heads, it moaned faintly, 'Oh, don't mind me... I'll just lie here and crumble...'
(DH ch. 31).

'But how did you get in there?' he asked, staring from the fangs to Ron. 'You need to speak Parseltongue!'
'He did!' whispered Hermione. 'Show him, Ron!'
Ron made a horrible strangled hissing noise.
'It's what you did to open the locket,' he told Harry, apologetically. 'I had to have a few goes to get it right, but,' he shrugged modestly, 'we got there in the end.'
'He was
amazing!' said Hermione. 'Amazing!'
(Ronald is amazing!; DH ch. 31).

'Hang on a moment!' said Ron sharply. 'We've forgotten someone!'
'Who?' said Hermione.
'The house-elves, they'll all be down in the kitchen, won't they?'
'You mean we ought to get them fighting?' asked Harry.
'No,' said Ron seriously, 'I mean we should tell them to get out. We don't want any more Dobbies, do we? We can't order them to die for us--'
There was a clatter as the basilisk fangs cascaded out of Hermione's arms. Running at Ron, she flung them around his neck and kissed him full on the mouth. Ron threw away the fangs and broomstick he was holding and responded with such enthusiasm that he lifted Hermione off her feet.
'Is this the moment?' Harry asked weakly, and when nothing happened except that Ron and Hermione gripped each other still more firmly and swayed on the spot, he raised his voice. 'OI! There's a war going on here!'

(Dh ch. 31).

Grawp came lurching around the corner of the castle; only now did Harry realize that Grawp was, indeed, an undersized giant.
(DH ch. 32).

'RUN!' Harry roared; the night was full of hideous yells and blows as the giants wrestled, and he seized Hermione's hand and tore down the steps into the grounds, Ron bringing up the rear.
(DH ch. 32).

'That's right, Harry... come on, think of something happy...'
'Something happy?' he said, his voice cracked.
'We're all still here,' she whispered, 'we're still fighting. Come on, now...'

(Luna helps Harry focus; DH ch. 32).

'I can-- see the place-- if we just had-- Crookshanks again--'
'Crookshanks?' wheezed Hermione, bent double, clutching her chest.
'Are you a wizard, or what?'
(Going into the Whomping Willow; DH ch. 32).

Voldemort wanted him to do this, wanted him to come... Was he leading Ron and Hermione into a trap?
'Harry, we're coming, just get in there!' said Ron, pushing him forward.

(DH ch. 32).

I am afraid I counted on Miss Granger to slow you up, Harry. I was afraid that your hot head might dominate your good heart.
(Dumbledore to Harry; DH ch. 35).

'You show spirit and bravery, and you come of noble stock. You will make a very valuable Death Eater. We need your kind, Neville Longbottom.'
'I'll join you when hell frezes over,' said Neville. 'Dumbledore's Army!' he shouted, and there was an answering cheer from the crowd, whom Voldemort's Silencing Charms seemed unable to hold.

(Neville is the champion of the good guys; DH ch. 36).

The fierce new sun dazzled the windows as they thundered toward him, and the first to reach him were Ron and Hermione, and it was their arms that that were wrapped around him, their incomprehensible shouts that deafened him.
(The Trio after the final battle is over; DH ch. 36).

Everywhere he looked he saw families reunited, and finally, he saw the two whose company he craved most.
(Ron and Hermione are Harry's family; DH ch. 36).

'So that's little Scorpius,' said Ron under his breath. 'Make sure you beat him in every test, Rosie. Thank God you inherited your mother's brains.'
(Ron's one request from his daughter; DH epilogue).

Don't get too friendly with him, though, Rosie. Granddad Weasley would never forgive you if you married a pureblood.
(Ron's advice for his daughter; DH epilogue).

'Why are they all staring?' demanded Albus as he and Rose craned around to look at the other students.
'Don't let it worry you,' said Ron. 'It's me. I'm extremely famous.'

(Ron's got it all under control; DH epilogue).