Thesaurus / amulet
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This plate is often of silver or gold, and is looked upon as an amulet.

The Hajji said: 'And on mine also is a name engraved; but there is no name on the amulet.'

Actions and ReactionsRudyard Kipling

If different groups adopt different kinds of amulet ornaments as money, such intragroup money may be token money.

FolkwaysWilliam Graham Sumner

It became an amulet to increase the fertility of women and to help them in childbirth.

Formerly it seems to have had a small silver cross inset and was in great demand locally as an amulet for cattle curing.

There in the deep blackness of that room in the Tyrian country house the Amulet was once more held up and the word spoken.

This paper was subsequently issued in quarto form and called 'The Amulet.'

Paula half shivered, and fingered the amulet that her princely Nubian ancestor had fingered before her, while he spoke.

It serves particularly as a sort of amulet, to protect against sickness-demons.

An amulet, for example, stands for the lack of understanding of what it takes to be protected from evil forces.

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