verb (used with object), phil·tered, phil·ter·ing.
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Origin of philter
OTHER WORDS FROM philterphil·ter·er, noun
Words nearby philter
Example sentences from the Web for philter
I sell a great deal of this philter, especially to ladies; we will lay in a good stock of it.
I am now making a philter to arouse love; it is not very difficult to make, for all I need is tonics, alcohol and stimulants.
I compounded this philter of corrosive sublimate and herbs that have an effect upon the skin.
Poor Grard could stand it no longer; the philter was working; colic and headache appeared.
Philtre, Philter, fil′tėr, n. a charm or spell to excite love.