amuletnoun [ C ]uk /ˈæm.jə.lət/ us /ˈæm.jə.lət/
- Of blue and purple and pale gold are the mantles that they wear, And for plumes they carry amulets that dangle high in air.
- That is the amulet the devotee would have.
- There had been in their family a very sacred heirloom in the form of an amulet or charm.
- There was a little cluster of amulets and seals.
- Thus doubly precious, I cherished them as holy amulets, made sacred by the living as well as the dead.