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caldron (ˈkɔːldrən)
 
n
a variant spelling of cauldron

cauldron or caldron (ˈkɔːldrən)
 
n
a large pot used for boiling, esp one with handles
 
[C13: from earlier cauderon, from Anglo-French, from Latin caldārium hot bath, from calidus warm]
 
caldron or caldron
 
n
 
[C13: from earlier cauderon, from Anglo-French, from Latin caldārium hot bath, from calidus warm]

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caldron
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It streams into another caldron the height of a house.
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