cauldron

Part of speech: noun

Same as CALDRON.

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Usage examples "cauldron":

  1. Dainties fished up from another cauldron are strung along a line to dry, soft wool and shining silk, all in shades of grapes, of asters, of heliotropes, telling their manifest destiny. - "The Tapestry Book", Helen Churchill Candee.
  2. A pope sometimes appears to be thrust by devils into a cauldron; and cardinals are seen roasting on spits! - "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)", Isaac Disraeli.
  3. It was a mammoth cauldron here, seething, bubbling over with a million foreign lives. - "His Family", Ernest Poole.