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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Most male tiger salamanders grow up to 8 inches from the nose to the tip of the tail, but some species can reach up to 12 inches. Females are usually an inch shorter than the males.
'Chaudron' is the French word meaning 'cauldron'. Thanks for using ChaCha!
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