What about South Carolina's reputation as a cauldron of conservatism with a strong evangelical base?
The small town became a cauldron of racial and sexual hysteria.
Rather, the concerns were about how this particular series of popular revolts would play out in the Middle East cauldron.
But it landed her in a cauldron of controversy at the face-off at Hofstra University.
The arts are overrated, but the real estate is bubbling like the witch's cauldron in MacBeth.
MacConglinney put the spit into the embers, and upset the cauldron of the royal house over the spit.
The Enchantress on hearing of the crime lights the fire under her cauldron.
And he stretched himself out in the cauldron, so that he rent the cauldron into four pieces, and burst his own heart also.
There was a cauldron inside, boiling merrily; but there was no fire to be seen.
My brain is all boiling like a cauldron over a fiery furnace.
c.1300, caudron, from Anglo-French caudrun, Old North French cauderon (Old French chauderon "cauldron, kettle"), from augmentative of Late Latin caldaria "cooking pot" (source of Spanish calderon, Italian calderone), from Latin calidarium "hot bath," from calidus "warm, hot" (see calorie). The -l- was inserted 15c. in imitation of Latin.