whole caboodle

NOUN
  1. everything available; usually preceded by `the'
    we took on the whole caboodle
    for $10 you get the full treatment
    we saw the whole shebang
    a hotdog with the works
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How To Use whole caboodle In A Sentence

  • He is, Shorty exclaims, the "hi-yu skookum top chief of the whole caboodle," and the caboodle is 20,000 square miles of wilderness, home to a hundred thousand caribou hunted by a people using bone-barbed arrows and bone knives. “I am only a wild girl, and I am afraid of the world....”
  • As the whole caboodle followed by, I realised that apart from the fox and its innate acceptance, and possibly the police with theirs, everybody was having a hugely enjoyable Saturday out.
  • Unlike, by inference, Edwin's elder brothers, the twins who had simply run out on the whole caboodle. SPLITTING
  • The trade-off is a relatively small 200GB hard drive (for a media machine) and average graphics, but you can upgrade the graphics card for gaming and add speakers, but at this price, you might expect the whole caboodle.
  • You go all out planning a posh candlelit dinner in a fine restaurant, buying flowers and even a new shirt, the whole caboodle - after all she is worth it isn't she?
  • she bought the whole caboodle
  • I think it's time to replace the whole caboodle: computer, printer, and monitor.
  • The whole caboodle - including appliances such as fridge, freezer, cooker, hob and extractor fan - will set me back about £3,500.
  • He is, Shorty exclaims, the "hi-yu skookum top chief of the whole caboodle," and the caboodle is 20,000 square miles of wilderness, home to a hundred thousand caribou hunted by a people using bone-barbed arrows and bone knives. “I am only a wild girl, and I am afraid of the world....”
  • Stir the softened, slow-cooked onions into the egg mixture and then pour the whole caboodle into an oiled non-stick circular 9 " cake tin.
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