whole caboodle


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Noun1.whole caboodle - everything available; usually preceded by `the'; "we saw the whole shebang"; "a hotdog with the works"; "we took on the whole caboodle"; "for $10 you get the full treatment"
entireness, entirety, integrality, totality - the state of being total and complete; "he read the article in its entirety"; "appalled by the totality of the destruction"
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"I'm going to do two things: first, weigh my sack; and second, bet it that after you-all have lifted clean from the floor all the sacks of flour you-all are able, I'll put on two more sacks and lift the whole caboodle clean."
This family day out will see the whole caboodle brought together with a range of stalls, displays and a sandcastle-building competition, while on the water there will be raft races and more, too.
The festival runs from 12 noon each day with live music each day, starting on the Saturday with The Whole Caboodle and The Delray Rockets.
Many is the morning while searching out a cup of tea or a mouthful of cat treats we have grazed limbs on protruding spokes or oily chains before the whole caboodle crashes to the floor.
) of the official delegation only ndash not the whole caboodle. A state visit is usually highlighted by a more pompous welcome, a state diner, sometimes a chance to deliver before the legislature not a rambling recitation, but a stately address as that one by then President Cory Aquino that elicited a standing ovation and prolonged applause in the US Congress.
"So one day Fred Starkey came down, he is 80-years-old, and told me how he had done two wing walks, the whole caboodle, loop-theloops, the lot.
His place has now been taken by Sangha, who I believe - fully fit and primed - can win the whole caboodle.
taken pride putting the screen region on Now the whole caboodle has moved north to Morpeth where executive producer Jonathan Phillips has taken up temporary residence and the old fire station is crawling with BBC folk.
Taiwan made the parts, then decided to make the whole caboodle. In the early 1990s, the company began to concentrate on portable computers, then switched its focus towards communication.
Edmundo Pangilinan are representatives of the whole caboodle, it shows that our military leaders lack common sense, a trait leaders should have.
A group of UP professors, campus-based young traditional politicians, and a whole caboodle of pro-status quo intellectuals have unleashed their might against the protesters.