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  • n. Plural form of bludger.


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  • Benepe explains that in the books, they have sticks or paddles, and they try to swat these malevolent balls called 'bludgers' at their opponents.

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  • I don¬ít know how many people in Stalag were work dodgers, punishment dodgers, layabouts or bludgers.

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  • Weeding out the bludgers and fools, and everyone developing and going for the big wins.

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  • Northwestern students may soon be able to pass quaffles and dodge bludgers on their very own intramural Quidditch team .... var news_amount = 1;

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  • The bludgers add a level of danger you don't associate with high school athletics, and the Snitch makes the game unlike anything you've heard of.

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  • To protect the players, each team has special players called Beaters, armed with a club for batting away bludgers.

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  • I'd like to be able to throw bludgers at animatronic Potters, that would be cool.

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  • Any of you bludgers who got laid off or had your job shipped to China or India, here's some advice -- "Get a job, you lazy bum!"

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  • When asked about concerns for falling riders who are hit by the bludgers, Phanboi responded, Harry has hit ground many times with little damage.

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  • The main part with the bludgers (or whatever) is great, but it's Harry and this Golden Snitch (or whatever) business that drives me nuts.

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