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Caradʹoc

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A Knight of the Round Table, noted for being the husband of the only lady in the queen’s train who could wear “the mantle of matrimonial fidelity.” Also in history, the British chief whom the Romans called Caractacus.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Captious
Capua
Capuohin
Capulet
Caput Mortuum
Caqueux
Carabas
Caracalla [long-mantle]
Caracci (pron. Kar-rah-che)
Carack
Caradoc
Caraites
Caran DAche
Carat of Gold
Caraway
Carbineer
Carbonado
Carbonari
Carbuncle of Ward Hill (The)
Carcanet
Carcass

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Caradoc