Definition of Kit and caboodle

1. Noun. Everything available; usually preceded by 'the'. "For $10 you get the full treatment"




Definition of Kit and caboodle

1. Noun. (US Canada Australia idiomatic) Everything entirely, the whole lot. ¹

2. Adverb. (American English) All together; as one. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kit And Caboodle

kisspeptin
kisspeptins
kissy
kissy-kissy
kist
kisted
kistful
kistfuls
kisting
kistrin
kists
kistvaen
kistvaens
kit
kit and boodle
kit and caboodle (current term)
kit and kaboodle
kit bag
kit fox
kit out
kit up
kitaibelite
kitalase
kitambilla
kitasamycin
kitbag
kitbags
kitbash
kitbashed
kitbashes

Literary usage of Kit and caboodle

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1. Our Unseen Guest (1920)
"And the answer was: "The whole kit and caboodle are here, greatly excited, and raising a ... I asked Stephen why he didn't "bounce the kit and caboodle. ..."

2. A Naturalist's Rambles about Home by Charles Conrad Abbott (1884)
"... and you couldn't get anywhere near 'em. Before your boat was shoved off, ' quack!' would yawp some spy, and the whole kit and caboodle would be off ..."

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