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Wednesday, February 8, 2012


I noticed the word caboodle [kuh-bood-l] in a book recently, and thought it would make a good "word of the week".  It's a fun word to say! 

Caboodle.  Caboodle.  Caboodle. :)  

An informal noun, caboodle means "lot, pack, group, or crowd", and it is often seen in phrases like "the whole caboodle" or "the whole kit and caboodle".

Eager to begin their road trip,
the three friends carried all of their luggage outside,
then squeezed the whole kit and caboodle --
and themselves -- into the tiny car.

What sentences can you make up, using the word caboodle?

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