A caldron on a campfire.
caldron definition by Webster's New World
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- a large kettle or boiler
- a violently agitated condition like the boiling contents of a caldron
Origin: Middle English and amp; Anglo-French caudron ; from Old French chauderon ; from Classical Latin calderia: see caldarium
caldron definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Variant of cauldron.