The best Quotes and Sayings about Muggles

Muggles belongs to the following category: Harry Potter

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"I'll fix it up with Mum and Dad, then I'll call you. I know how to use a fellytone now."
"A telephone, Ron," said Hermione. "Honestly, you should take Muggle Studies next year."

TelephonesHermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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Don't let the Muggles get you down!

Ron Weasley in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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Lily: "Does it make a difference, being Muggle-born?"
Severus: "No. It doesn't make any difference."

Severus Snape in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
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Muggles are not lesser. Not disposable.

Albus Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts, 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald
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Harry: "A Regurgitating Toilet?"
Arthur: "Anti-Muggle pranksters. Muggles are pulling the flush and instead of everything disappearing - well, you can imagine. The poor things keep calling in those - those pumbles, I think they're called - you know, the ones who mend pipes and things."

Arthur Weasley in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
 
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Our war with the Muggles begins today!

Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts, 3: The Secrets of Dumbledore
 
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Grindelwald. You cannot imagine how his ideas caught me, Harry, inflamed me. Muggles forced into subservience. We wizards triumphant. Grindelwald and I, the glorious young leaders of the revolution. Oh, I had a few scruples. I assuaged my conscience with empty words. It would all be for the greater good, and any harm done would be repaid a hundredfold in benefits for wizards. Did I know, in my heart of hearts, what Gellert Grindelwald was? I think I did, but I closed my eyes.

Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
 
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Muggles remain ignorant of the source of their suffering as they continue to sustain heavy casualties. However, we continue to hear truly inspirational stories of wizards and witches risking their own safety to protect Muggle friends and neighbors, often without the Muggles' knowledge. I'd like to appeal to all our listeners to emulate their example, perhaps by casting a protective charm over any Muggle dwellings in your street. Many lives could be saved if such simple measures are taken.

Kingsley Shacklebolt in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
 
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Muggle neighbours heard bangs and shouting, so they went and called those what-d'you-call-'ems - please-men.

Amos Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
 
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You came today because of a craving and a knowledge that the old ways serve us no longer... you come today because you crave something new, something different. It is said that I hate Les Non-Magiques. The Muggles. The No-Maj. The Can't-Spells. I do not hate them. I do not. For I do not fight out of hatred. I say the Muggles are not lesser, but other. Not worthless, but of other value. Not disposable, but of a different disposition. Magic blooms only in rare souls. It is granted to those who live for higher things. Oh, and what a world we could make, for all of humanity. We who live for freedom, for truth and for love.

Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts, 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald
 
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Slughorn: "What about you, Miss Granger? What do your parents do in the muggle world?"
Hermione: "My parents are dentists."
Slughorn: "Fascinating. And is that considered a dangerous profession?"

Horace Slughorn in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
 
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You like the Weasleys, don't you, Potter? Spend holidays there and everything, don't you? Can't see how you stand the stink, but I suppose when you've been dragged up by Muggles, even the Weasley's hovel smells OK.

Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
 
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Fascinating, Ingenious, really how many ways Muggles have found of getting along without magic.

Arthur Weasley in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
 
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Now, Harry you must know all about Muggles, tell me, what exactly is the function of a rubber duck?

Arthur Weasley in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
 
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Don't get upset, Molly, but Augustus Pye had an idea.... He's the Trainee Healer, you know, lovely young chap and very interested in... um... complementary medicine.... I mean, some of these old Muggle remedies... well, they're called stitches, Molly, and they work very well on - on Muggle wounds.

Arthur Weasley in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
 
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But you're Muggles! We must have a drink! What's that you've got there? Oh, you're changing Muggle money. Molly, look!

Arthur Weasley in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
 
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"Very clean, aren't they, these Muggles?" said the witch called Tonks, who was looking around the kitchen with great interest. "My dad's Muggle-born and he's a right old slob. I suppose it varies just as it does with wizards?"

Nymphadora Tonks in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
 
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Whatever it is, one thing is clear. It must be stopped. It's terrorizing No-Majs and when No-Majs are afraid, they attack.

Fantastic Beasts, and Where to Find Them
 
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Kingsley Shacklebolt and Sturgis Podmore were axamining the microwave and Hestia Jones was laughing at a potato peeler she had come across while rummaging in the drawers.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
 
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"Nothing is a surer sign of weak magic than a weakness for non-magical company."
This prejudice eventually died out in the face of overwhelming evidence that some of the world's most brilliant wizards were, to use the common phrase, "Muggle-lovers".

Albus Dumbledore in The Tales of Beedle the Bard
 
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