Usage examples of "ared".
Weasley had appeared out of thin air at the gate, accompanied by Rufus Scrimgeour, instantly recognizable by his mane of grizzled hair.
His skin appeared yellowish and waxy in the firelight, and his eyes were sunken and shadowed.
Dudley shrank neared to his mother at the sight of the witch and wizard.
Although rather touched he was nevertheless quite relieved that Dudley appeared to have exhausted his ability to express his feelings.
Hagrid kicked the motorbike into life: It roared like a dragon, and the sidecar began to vibrate.
As they soared upward, away from the two remaining Death Eaters, Harry spat blood out of his mouth, pointed his wand at the falling sidecar, and yelled, “Confringo!
Weasley reappeared carrying a bottle of brandy, which she handed to Hagrid.
A thestral had just soared into sight and landed a few feet from them.
They didn’t know there would be seven Harrys, that confused them the moment we appeared, and in case you’ve forgotten, it was Mundungus who suggested that little bit of skullduggery.
Weasley, who appeared at the gate moments later, laden with luggage and leading a beautiful blonde woman in long, leaf green robes, who could be Fleur’s mother.
Weasley, coming through the gate with what appeared to be a giant, beach-ball-sized Snitch floating in front of her.
Of course, he vos never powerful in this country, they said he feared Dumbledore — and rightly, seeing how he vos finished.
Fred and George had long since disappeared into the darkness with a pair of Fleur’s cousins.
He stared ahead of him, barely noticing what was going on around him, and did not realize that Hermione had appeared out of the crowd until she drew up a chair beside him.
Harry slipped into a booth first and Ron sat next to him opposite Hermione, who had her back to the entrance and did not like it: She glanced over her shoulder so frequently she appeared to have a twitch.