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caudle

noun cau·dle \ˈk-dəl\

Definition of CAUDLE

:  a drink (as for invalids) usually of warm ale or wine mixed with bread or gruel, eggs, sugar, and spices
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Origin of CAUDLE

Middle English caudel, from Anglo-French *caudel, chaudel from calt, chaut warm, from Latin calidus — more at cauldron
First Known Use: 14th century

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