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Are wizards able to cast different spells or repeated spells without saying the spell incantation and just by thought and wand movement. For example when Mrs. Weasly defeated Bellatrix.

marked as duplicate by Anthony Grist, System Down, Monty129, Izkata, phantom42 Aug 15 '13 at 10:58

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  • You've cited an example so obviously they are able to. They're called non-verbal spells. What exactly is the question here? – Anthony Grist Aug 15 '13 at 8:33
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Every wizard can do it, it's just a matter of experience. I guess difficult spells are more difficult to cast without an incantation and it can be said that is safer to cast it out loud. You literally "spell" it. :)

You can find many examples of no-incantation cast spells in those two previous questions: Why does Harry always cast spells out loud? and Why were there so many spells cast in the movies without saying the words to the spell?

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