- horn of fidelity
- obsoletea magic drinking cupMorgan le Fay sent it to King Arthur to enable him to test the chastity of the ladies of his court. Legend records that only four out of the hundred managed to drink cleane, thus preserving the liquid and their honour.
How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms. R. W. Holder. 2014.
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