verb (used with object), phil·tered, phil·ter·ing.
Origin of philter
Related formsphil·ter·er, noun
Examples from the Web for philter
"And she has not forgotten," said Philter, with a tragic air.
"If the clerk lied not he was very good authority," said Philter.
The way she tripped across the floorWas better than a philter.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
He found her lying by the wayside; he gathered into the casket what remained of the philter, and awoke his beloved.Old Greek Folk Stories Told Anew|Josephine Preston Peabody
What did she want with the philter in her hand—to whom was it applicable?Mabel's Mistake|Ann S. Stephens