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Use "cauldrons" in a sentence
"River and mountain have their traditions of spectres and transformations; giant "cauldrons" resound in the mountains, and monumental stones are erected over warriors, who "buckled on their belts," and fell in single combat."
"Valley of Death - Journeying across the Siberian taiga in search of the strange "cauldrons" said to have been left by alien visitors - or ancient demons."
"Some "atrophy," as she put it, and head for more low-key destinations, but many stick around, "because despite all of the pressure, and the cost of real estate, it is still one of the greatest cauldrons of people alive.""