What Is a Tiger's Chaudron?


Tiger's chaudron is a phrase from witches' speech in act i scene of the book Macbeth that refers to a tiger's temperament. It also refers to an archaic form of today's cauldron. Macbeth is a William Shakespeare book.
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The word "chaudron" means guts, intestines.
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'Chaudron' is the French word meaning 'cauldron'. Thanks for using ChaCha!
The Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) is the only tiger subspecies found in India. Its range also includes Bangladesh, China and Nepal. With a wild population of 3,000 to 5,000
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