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


But its a whole lot of potions and powders just to have you here.

With a raven-clouded brow, the witch brought out her potions.

Then there is witchcraft here, cried Philip; I have heard of philters and potions.

Though his step was unsteady, he was not overcome by the potions he had taken.

You may thank the potions I gave you for not confessing, and not your own courage.

"Now drink this;" and he handed Irar one of the potions he had prepared.

O marriage, thou bitterest of potions, and thou strongest of astringents.

You must remember that I have my own drugs and potions always at hand.

Have naught to do with his plasters and potions; as cheats or something worse.

Baths and potions, potions and baths, followed in due course.