Thesaurus / nepenthe
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Chesney was silent for a second, gazing at the little transparent amphoræ that held Nepenthe.
SHADOWS OF FLAMESAMELIE RIVES
I drank of the nepenthe cup, and in it my past was washed out and my soul was drowned.'
THE UNKNOWN SEACLEMENCE HOUSMAN
Nepenthe, an imaginary goddess, the allayer of pain and the soother of sorrows, or the impersonation of stern retributive justice.
THE NUTTALL ENCYCLOPAEDIAEDITED BY REV. JAMES WOOD
Nepenthe was an Egyptian drug that dispelled the memory of whatever is sad.
Nepenthe passed out from the consideration of the world and then came hasheesh, which is from the Indian hemp.
NEW TABERNACLE SERMONSTHOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE
Crown us with asphodel flowers, that are wet with the dews of nepenthe.
The other, beneath its bitter lash, becomes a human dynamo, plunging into the nepenthe of toil.
THE LASHOLIN L. LYMAN
Helen gave Nepenthe to them that sorrowed, and Heaven hath made this weed for such as lack comfort.
OLD FRIENDSANDREW LANG
I am getting restless again, and there flow the waters of Nepenthe.
THE CALL OF THE TOWNJOHN ALEXANDER HAMMERTON
This the Wanderer lifted and drained—a draught of Nepenthe, the magic cup that puts trouble out of mind.
THE WORLD'S DESIREH. RIDER HAGGARD AND ANDREW LANG

WORDS RELATED TO NEPENTHE

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