Caboodle

Antonyms of CABOODLE

Examples of usage:

  1. And my emotions all of the time wuz what no man might number, and as for the size of 'em, there hain't no use of talkin' about sortin' 'em out, or weighin' 'em- no steel yards on earth could weigh the little end on 'em, let alone weighin' the hull caboodle of 'em. "Samantha at the World's Fair" by Marietta Holley
  2. " And there we would be, all wore out with our job, and not pleasin' nobody, nor nothin', but makin' the hull caboodle mad as hens at us; and we a- not meanin' any hurt, none of the time, a- meanin' well towards Jonesville and rinosterhorses. "Samantha at the World's Fair" by Marietta Holley
  3. Bring in the whole caboodle. "A Mysterious Disappearance" by Gordon Holmes
  4. An' I thought I'd scooped the whole caboodle. "Smoke Bellew" by Jack London
  5. When Doctor King came in in the evening he said to himself that Mary Robertson and the whole caboodle of 'em weren't worth the weariness in the wise old face. "An Old Chester Secret" by Margaret Deland
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