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kit and caboodle


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  • noun US, Canada, Australia, idiomatic Everything entirely, the whole lot.
  • adverb US All together; as one.

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  • noun everything available; usually preceded by `the'


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From kit (from Middle Dutch kitte ("wooden vessel made of hooped staves")) + boodle (from Dutch boedel ("property, moveable estate")).


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  • He bought the whole kit and caboodle,
    Embracing the brazen flapdoodle.
    So it's only fair
    That now Tony Blair
    Is known as George Bush's lap poodle.

    March 5, 2014