It was the second view in La Masque's caldron, and but one remained to be verified.
May the devil make hell-broth of ye both, in his own caldron!
But over there the witches' caldron is boiling more fiercely.
Then the witch returned to her caldron and Eilene returned to the moon.
He pours cold water into the caldron when his business is to make it boil.
The sea through which they urged her foamed like a caldron with the rebounding surf.
Here was a caldron of fire playing its reflection upon a tumult of cloud.
He found them in a dark cave, in the middle of which was a caldron boiling.
Man and horse and mules were the only life in the naked bottom of this caldron.
“I wonder what that is in the caldron,” said the lad to himself, and he stuck his finger in.