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Author: Elanor Gamgee (Professors' Bookshelf)  Story: Harry Potter MadLibs  Chapter: HP MadLib #3
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Harry Potter MadLib #3

(by Elanor Gamgee )

Taken from Chapter Six, "Gilderoy Lockhart", in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets


Lockhart bent down behind his (noun) and

(verb - past tense) a (size) ,

covered (noun) onto it.

"Now-be warned! It is my job to arm you against the

(adjective ending in "est" (plural noun)

known to wizard kind! You may find yourselves (-ing verb)

your worst (pluarl noun) in this room. Know only that

no harm can befall you whilst I am here.

All I (verb) is that you remain (adjective) ."

In spite of himself, Harry (verb - past tense) around his pile of

(plural noun) for a better look at the (noun) .

Lockhart placed a (body part) on the cover.

Dean and Seamus had stopped (-ing verb) now. Neville was

(-ing verb) in his front row seat.

"I must ask you not to (verb) ," said Lockhart in a low voice.

"It might (verb) them."

As the whole class held its breath, Lockhart whipped off the

(noun) .

"Yes," he said (adverb) . "Freshly caught

(adjective) (plural noun) !"

Seamus Finnegan couldn't control himself. He let out a snort of laughter that even Lockhart

couldn't mistake for a (noun) of terror.

"Yes?" he smiled at Seamus. "Well, they're not-they're not very--

(adjective) , are they?" Seamus choked.

"Don't be so sure!" said Lockhart, waggling a finger (adverb)

at Seamus. "Devilish (adjective) little

(plural noun) they can be!"

The (plural noun) were (adjective) and about

(number) inches high, with (adjective)

faces and voices so (adjective) it was like listening to a lot of

(plural noun) arguing. The moment the (noun)

had been removed, they had started (-ing verb) and

(-ing verb) around, (-ing verb)

the bars and making bizarre faces at the people nearest them.

"Right, then," Lockhart said loudly. "Let's see what you make of them!"

And he opened the cage. It was pandemonium.

The (plural noun) shot in every direction like

(plural noun) . Two of them seized Neville by the

(body part) and lifted him into the air.

Several shot straight through the (noun) ,

showering the back row with broken (noun) .

The rest proceeded to wreck the (noun) more effectively than a

(adjective) (animal) . They grabbed

(plural noun) and sprayed the class with them,

(verb - past tense) (plural noun) and papers, tore

(plural noun) from the walls, up-ended the waste-basket,

(verb - past tense) (plural noun)

and (plural noun) and threw them out of the broken window:

within minutes, half the class was sheltering under the desks and

Neville was (-ing verb) from the iron (noun)

in the ceiling.

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