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Synonyms for elixir

Synonyms for elixir

an agent used to restore health

Synonyms for elixir

a sweet flavored liquid (usually containing a small amount of alcohol) used in compounding medicines to be taken by mouth in order to mask an unpleasant taste

Related Words

hypothetical substance that the alchemists believed to be capable of changing base metals into gold

a substance believed to cure all ills

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See also George Herbert The Elixer 'A man that looks on glass, on it must stay his eye/ or if he chooseth through it pass, and thereby heaven espy'.
He produced her first solo album Elixer last year and she has become a Jehovah's Witness.
The album contains two original studio collections called LOtUSFLOW3R and MPLSoUND, along with the third disc, labelled Elixer, by his protE[umlaut]gE[umlaut] Bria Valente.
This philosophy emerged after drug disasters such as those involving elixer sulfanilamide and thalidomide revealed the harm that could come from inadequate government controls.
Although the speaker does not turn to God and undergo conventional spiritual resurrection, he has not remained in a state of simple loss either; rather than remaining "an ordinary nothing" he has "Of the first nothing, the Elixer grown" (29).
To English liberals the fact that in England tenants did enjoy compensation for improvements, together with Ulster's relative prosperity within Ireland, made tenant right the elixer which would cure Irish agrarian ills.
Yes, pickle juice, the less-than-appetizing elixer that powered the Philadelphia Eagles to their blowout-of-the-week victory over the Dallas Cowboys.