noun, verb (used with object), phil·tred, phil·tring.
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The princesses had made them drink something of a philtre, which froze the heart and left nothing but the love of dancing.The Red Fairy Book|Various
He had corrupted the chastest women in England by means of the love-philtre which Dr. Lambe concocted for him.Witch, Warlock, and Magician|William Henry Davenport Adams
My idea was rather that the beverage was a sort of love-philtre, such as I had read of in my book of fairy tales.
Philtre, Philter, fil′tėr, n. a charm or spell to excite love.
Magic or no magic, philtre or no philtre, it was not long before Lady Essex had her wish.She Stands Accused|Victor MacClure