A long heavy wooden pole tossed end over end as a demonstration of strength in Scottish highland games.(noun)
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Use "caber" in a sentence
"When talking about objects (or people) fitting in some physical place, caber is always the verb to use."
"_tinel_ -- huge bludgeon, beam, "caber" -- but he afterwards turns out to be Guibourc's, or rather Orable's, own brother."
"For "The chair fits in my car" you use the verb "caber"."