- n. Plural form of muggle.
“John C. Wright: fiction of the muggles is boring, except when it is sickening.”
“Danah boyd's ETECH talk: geeks should learn from "muggles" - Boing ...”
“Geocachers also have to watch out for "muggles" - non-geocachers who may destroy a cache.”
“Dressed as wizards and witches and some of the so-called muggles -- regular people, if you're not familiar with that -- fans lined up across the globe last night for midnight showings of the newest "Harry Potter" film, "The Half-Blood Prince.”
“Danah boyd's ETECH talk: geeks should learn from "muggles”
“The witches and wizards are magical, the "muggles" are not.”
“Amazing stuff - the Iman took good care of us 'muggles'.”
“Highly populated areas have more "muggles," but are also more appealing to those who enjoy the risk.”
“While quidditch players in the Harry Potter series fly around a field on broomsticks, the non-magical "muggles" like Benepe run around the field with a broomstick between their legs.”
“Society for the most part applauded the creation of the Harry Potter series as a fresh imaginative concept but it seems, and still does, disconcerting to know that a women had established the idea of "muggles" or mortals and that her main character was named "Larry Potter" (BBC News)”
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