I want a posset, and a posset I 'll have, or be dang'd to me!
You will have time to pack their things in the morning, Mrs. posset.
Nicholas Trevlyn was accustomed to take night by night a posset of mead, brewed in some particular way by Martha.
Good against a shaking Feuer, taken in a posset drinke fasting.
Thrice the nurse came in with posset, and thrice drew back in dread.
Meanwhile the posset was got ready, and given to the newly-married couple.
One small fragment comes from a large flanged cover, probably from a sweetmeat bowl or a posset pot.
In the winter there was a posset or a toasted crab in the jug.
Handle fragment from chamberpot or posset pot, English delftware, decorated with irregular horizontal stripes in blue.
The posset she brewed she compelled her mistress to swallow.
spiced drink of hot milk and liquor, mid-15c., of unknown origin.