“You ben't to put yourself in a caddle, Mrs. Dale, an 'I know what I be talkin' of.”
“This morning, when I arrived downstairs, the kitchen was all of a caddle.”
“But how's us ever to get out of the caddle where we be?”
“And Robert, you and me will have a drink after all this caddle.”
“There could never come a worser caddle into a man's days nor matrimony, I count.”
“If ye'd ha 'married, d'ye see, maister," he said, "this caddle couldn't have happened to us.”
“Here's a pretty caddle about giving a boy's due!" said the innkeeper.”
“Mrs. Lake could sometimes remember things when she got into bed, but on this occasion her pillow did not assist her; and the windmiller snubbed her for making "such a caddle" about a woman's face she might have seen anywhere or nowhere, for that matter; so she got no help from him.”
“garden i am back to my home, no sleep, in jet lag. early morning, i went to the garden and think that the garden is like me, need to be caddle.”
“Ther ain't no credit in gettin 'well. Ther' wur no sich a caddle about sick folk when I wur a bwoy. ”
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