Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A spell to induce love.
“Plus, it would help get my mind off the whole love-spell thing between us, which was now constantly lurking in the back of my consciousness.”
“Than doth this sovereign face, whose love-spell breathes”
“Maybe there are people who'd even forgive a love-spell or two, like the one he put on you.”
“It was one thing, she supposed, to have a love-spell put on you.”
“So this, Caris thought sourly, was a love-spell -- this harmless-sounding manipulation of the heart and the mind.”
“Thus the love-spell acts on the man through the earth he trod on.”
“When the tender passion did awake, each attack was of a virulent type, the first love-spell especially.”
“One youth was executed for possessing a magic book, another for using a love-spell.”
“The grotesque image of a fat, pushing ship-chandler, enslaved by an unholy love-spell, fascinated me; and I listened rather open - mouthed to the tale as old as the world, a tale which had been the subject of legend, of moral fables, of poems, but which so ludicrously failed to fit the personality.”
“Dejanira, thinking it a good opportunity to try her love-spell, steeped the garment in the blood of Nessus.”
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