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use "petrify" in a sentence

As a battle breaks out, Rider is forced to use her Mystic Eyes, revealing her identity as Medusa and starting to petrify Archer.

She cast a spell to petrify herself until the bell was rung.

Yuna Yuna, a planetary annihilation weapon, an entity with the ability to copy and petrify
petrified of me.

When Muggle-born students are suddenly being petrified, many suspect that Harry may be behind the attacks, further alienating him from his peers.

When she finally told him the truth, he was horrified, and petrified of what Angel would do should he discover what had occurred between them.

He also gave Don Juan a knife and a fruit of lemon to keep himself awake during the Ibong Adarna's seven songs and a golden cord to tie the bird after it falls asleep and two pails of water to pour over his petrified brothers.

Following Termasect's destruction, Count Dregon had Nefaria place grandma Stewart (who accidentally got petrified) near Slimeasect as bait.

He is petrified when Nora starts making advances towards him.

Not having sung for over five years he was petrified with fear, but was such a success that he was held over for six weeks, having regained his confidence, he accepted an engagement at the London Casino where he was a tremendous hit.

The sailor, now known as the petrified Man encountered Ka-Zar and related his story to Ka-Zar.

gavin was petrified of rats and when he discovered it he agreed to call a truce if they removed it.

The petrified boy instinctively stabs him in the abdomen with a dagger and kills him.

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