cauldron[ kawl-druh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cauldron
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAULDRON
The Enchantress on hearing of the crime lights the fire under her cauldron.
There, the Dervish is thrown into the cauldron along with the magic herbs.
There was a cauldron inside, boiling merrily; but there was no fire to be seen.
A warning whistle came from the sphere heating the cauldron.
This cauldron fell with a horrible crash on Balthasar's head and split his skull.
Then he raises the cauldron to see how much heavier it has become.
Round about the cauldron go, In the poisoned entrails throw.
Hetty came into the kitchen as he was prying at the cauldron lid in the wall.
Besides bearing the cauldron of fish, Havelok had many things to do.
As he touched the liquor in the cauldron he felt that he was not quite himself.