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elixir

noun as in remedy

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Luckily, after centuries of drinking this grape elixir, some hacks and gadgets exist to help preserve the lifespan of an open bottle.

Before rubbing expensive elixirs on your face, it’s important to understand what the best beard care products do for your whiskers.

In this Jazz Age New York, ghosts haunt mansion corridors, flappers drink special elixirs that make them float, and members of the elite have obtained their fame and fortune by selling their souls to demons.

Americans were dying, statewide shutdowns seemed unending, kids were missing school, and the president was peddling elixirs and mocking science.

There he offends virtually everyone, devouring the Jade Empress’s life-extending peaches and drinking the immortality elixirs of Laozi, the Taoist patriarch.

Football “is what Plato calls a pharmakon, a poison and an elixir,” he writes.

And the rising star still standing just might be in the best position to offer some elixir to our deeply ailing political system.

Only she can make hetersoexuality sound like a life-saving elixir that I need to inject directly into my veins.

My wife had a very deadly form of cancer, and his story was a powerful elixir that helped us get through it.

How a 1,000-year-old fragrant elixir traveled over continents and time to become the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby.

He is seeking the elixir of long life, for which superior minds have been seeking these two thousand years.

Your elixir will not prevent a chimney falling on a man, a bullet going clear through him, or a horse kicking his skull open?

I gave him the precious elixir which my mother alone on earth could draw from roots such as no eye of man has ever seen.

Sanatogen, the new elixir of life compounded of casein and glycerophosphates, has been noticed in The Journal from time to time.

The result was that our friend sent to Kansas for the "Elixir of Life."

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to elixir, such as: cure-all, panacea, potion, extract, medicine, and mixture.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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