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Wednesday Word: Cacolet

Cacolet - noun.

A cacolet is sometimes an old timey two-seater--it's either a single little or pair of litters carried by horses, donkeys, camels and other beats of burden. A cacolet can be used for the transport of wounded soldiers or able-bodied people.




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Tags: c, french, noun, wordsmith: calzephyr77
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