Examples of potion in a Sentence
He drank the fatal potion.
The hero in the play is given a magic potion so that he will fall in love with the princess.
Recent Examples of potion from the Web
According to a news release, would-be wizards will learn things like brewing potions, discovering how to defeat dark witches and wizards, divination, casting curses and more.
Classes offered at Lincoln include reading adventures, hands-on gardening, polymers and potions, digital creations, coding connections, math lab, reading lab, writing lab, Star Wars and more.
For anyone interested in trying the look for themselves, Crystal notes the importance of the right kind of care and upkeep —and no, there isn't a spell or potion that can do it for you.
Soprano Alejandra Villarreal Martinez as Branghien, Isolde's maid who mistakenly gives the potion to Tristan and Isolde, conveyed believable anguish.
This listener hung on her every note, for each note resonated and contributed to the larger portrait of a woman deceived by a potion but sincere in her fury, love, and ultimate anguish.
The fields and forest teem with herbs and flowers that Circe plucks for her pastes and potions.
The potion contains dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a powerful hallucinogen that is only legal in Peru as part of spiritual exercises.
Looks like Dolci got his hands on some pretty potent polyjuice potion!
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POTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of potion for English Language Learners
: a drink that is meant to have a special or magical effect on someone
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