[ hag-rahyd ]
/ ˈhægˌraɪd /
verb (used with object), hag·rode or (Archaic) hag·rid; hag·rid·den or (Archaic) hag·rid; hag·rid·ing.
to afflict with worry, dread, need, or the like; torment.
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OTHER WORDS FROM hagridehagrider, noun
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That all changes when half-giant Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) arrives and tells Harry that he is actually a wizard.
Early in the year, Hagrid brings a package to Hogwarts, the Sorcerer's Stone, which grants immortality.