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caquetoire

[ kak-i-twahr; French kakuh-twahr ]
/ ˌkæk ɪˈtwɑr; French kakəˈtwɑr /
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noun, plural caque·toires [kak-i-twahrz; French kakuh-twahr]. /ˌkæk ɪˈtwɑrz; French kakəˈtwɑr/. Furniture.
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Origin of caquetoire

From French; see origin at cacqueteuse, -ory2
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