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potions

noun as in concoction prepared for mental or physical effect

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Suspecting Draco, Harry casts a spell on his foil using a truly evil breed of magic found in his Potions textbook.

The Tanzania Albino Center says traditional healers have used the limbs of albinos to create potions to bring wealth to clients.

It explains why fairytales boast such a profusion of curses, dragons, witches, and potions.

More absurdities for the magic love potions, very unappetising too.

They found, as Ethan prophesied, dry clothes and warming potions at Leigh's Landing, and a farm wagon to take them back to town.

I called for water: some table-beer was brought me: beer, I suppose, was a better vehicle for their potions.

She has the secret of the same rouge, and concocts the same potions and love-filters; but she shall smart for it.

She could taste the most nauseous potions, and submit to most disgusting odors, nor make the least wry face about it.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to potions, such as: elixir, cordial, tonic, mixture, libation, and spirits.

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

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