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- n. Plural form of caboodle.
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If he'd been HHS Secretary today, he'd instantly have recognized that while lawmakers in Washington foist over clauses, stimulus plans and tax caboodles, outside Washington, stuff that relates to health has pretty much stayed the same.
I recently purchase one of the kits and caboodles bigger and better bags.
Kits and caboodles is by far my favorite shop on etsy.
I dare anyone with even a remote fondness for science fiction to step into that store without wanting to walk out with oodles and caboodles of crunchy, sf goodness.
As a result and I'm sure some of you librarians out there will know what I'm talking about my particular library branch has oodles of caboodles of paperback copies of the book just hanging about.
Take the songs by pop singers, they get caboodles of gazillion dollars, but they aren’t even the ones that had written the song.
I leave that gay ass caboodles lip gloss that I use in the morning at home because of a) the name and b) I look stupid when I am putting it on.