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po·tion

(pō'shŭn),
A draft or large dose of liquid medicine.
[L. potio, fr. poto, to drink]

potion

(pō′shən)
n.
A liquid or liquid mixture, especially one that is medicinal, poisonous, or magical.

po·tion

(pō'shŭn)
A draft or large dose of liquid medicine.
[L. potio, fr. poto, to drink]

po·tion

(pō'shŭn)
A draft or large dose of liquid medicine.
[L. potio, fr. poto, to drink]

potion

a large dose of liquid medicine.
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201] As they contort their naked bodies, concoct their magic potions, conjure up their storms and fly through the air Baldung's witches capture the eroticism, liveliness, and ribald humor that characterizes much of this ancient literature.
Through a magic potion they shrink him down to size and make him live like an ant to learn their ways - a remarkable journey into a strange new world that teaches him about friendship and teamwork and gives him the courage to stand up for himself.
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There were no gold sickles, which are vital implements in the Asterix comics, as Getafix the Druid needs one to cut mistletoe for the magic potion that keeps the Roman armies at bay, but in truth they were made of polished bronze.
One was Henry's ashes, the other a very powerful magic potion, and now he is on the run.
Used as an instant and ongoing corrective treatment, the Magic Potion reduces the visible signs of UV and environmental damage most commonly seen in fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation.
Dr Hook had a magic potion that gave the American band a hitmaking medicine in the 1970s and 1980s.
In Guinea it is used as a magic potion, said to be good for the blood.
It isn't a quick fix or a magic potion, but we have these top facilities on our doorstep, so it is only natural that we look to make use of them and build on the set-up we already have in place.
And he stressed: "It isn't down to any magic potion.
A lot of us have got it into our heads that we've got to be hap, hap, happy all the time and if we're not then we want, not so much a magic wand, as a magic potion, which will waft all our troubles away.
You half expect the supportive spouses at any moment to shout, as if from a crowd around a quack peddling a magic potion, that, hallelujah, it works.