noun, verb (used without object), car·a·colled, car·a·col·ling.
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Origin of caracol
OTHER WORDS FROM caracolcar·a·col·ler, noun
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One Chemonics project was urban beautification in the towns near the much-lauded Caracol Industrial Park in northern Haiti.The Aid Industry Failed Haiti After Its 2010 Quake|Elise Jordan|February 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mr. Cookson, accompanied only by a janissary in uniform, drove immediately towards the Caracol.The Egyptian campaigns, 1882 to 1885|Charles Royle
To the south of the Caracol stands a ruin of remarkable beauty and in wonderful preservation.
The Caracol, or "Winding Staircase," stands on two rectangular stone-faced terraces reached by steps.
The only circular turning arch we saw was the continuously rounded one in the Caracol at Chichen.
After some little stay, the purser took his leave, and lay all night on board the caracol.