whole kit and caboodle


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whole kit and caboodle

Inf. a group of pieces of equipment or belongings. (The word caboodle is used only in this expression.) When I bought Bob's motorhome, I got furniture, refrigerator, and linenthe whole kit and caboodle. The salesman managed to sell John the whole kit and caboodle.
See also: and, caboodle, kit, whole
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The firm went bankrupt last week, with trustees threatening to close down the whole kit and caboodle by early this week, leading to a massive slowdown on the net as ISPs are forced to find alternative servers.
There had been talk of selling the whole kit and caboodle to TA Media, the publishing company which prints, among numerous other publications, the Tages-Anzeiger in Zurich.
The older I get, the more I realize that life, sexuality, the whole kit and caboodle, is never black-and-white.
Soon you will be able to rent the whole kit and caboodle once you're there - for as long or as short a time as you please.
Long before anyone measured IQ, analyzed us with Myers-Briggs, or slotted our personality types on the Enneagram, Jesus embraced the whole lot--introverts and extroverts, sensates and intuitives, thinkers and feelers, crusaders and artists--the whole kit and caboodle.
the whole kit and caboodle, all the persons or things concerned.
So the next day Helder, Duarte and the whole kit and caboodle turned up again.
It's no good having national transport policies and a government minister looking after roads - and railways - and the whole kit and caboodle, when what we need are local traffic boffins to sort the whole mess out and plan things properly.
Yes, in 10 years the whole kit and caboodle would be under water as the Cardiff Bay waters rose, so now we're relocating to the top of the Brecon Beacons, you know it makes sense.