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


But Brangne, Isolde's companion, substitutes a love-potion for the death-draught.

But Brangne artfully substitutes the love-potion for the death-draught.

He is said to have been driven mad by a love-potion, and to have perished by his own hand.

Brangaena has betrayed her: the cup contains not the poison but the love-potion.

To weave your spell out of commonplace events and brew a love-potion from every-day materials is high art.

"I come for a love-potion," said Harold; and without more ado he told the whole story to the Wizard.

Carrying out a plot evolved by Hagen, Gutrune on Siegfried's arrival presents to him a drinking-horn filled with a love-potion.

He shows keen dramatic insight in the manner in which he adapts the love-potion of the legends to his purpose.

Then she weirdly whispers of the love-potion and takes a phial from a golden salver.

Would you thus cast me off after causing your love-potion to enter my very marrow, and make me yours for ever, Fenice?