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caboose

One's buttocks. A "caboose" is the last car on a freight train. Get your caboose in here, dinner's ready! Oh please, there's no way my big caboose will fit into pants that size.

caboose

(kəˈbus)
n. the buttocks. (From the name of the car at the end of a railroad train.) You just plunk your caboose over there on the settee and listen up to what I have to tell you.
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"And this is the caboose," which, he explained, is the exclamation point at the end, the memorable phrase that pulls together the sentiment of the song.
The couple lived in their caboose until a manse was attached to the tiny hospital, which contained accommodation for several patients and an attending nurse.
It comes complete with a 4-6-0 steam locomotive (with operating headlight, smoke, and speed-synchronized sound); tender with coal load; gondola; Santa figure; bobber caboose; and 14 pieces of track (straight and curved).
It was the morning of her 90th birthday and I came upon her on the back of a red caboose making a speech to a gathering of people which included a TV news crew from Good Morning America.
Not long afterward we reached the end of the line at Perkinsville, where we had a 15-minute wait while the engine disconnected and reconnected itself to the caboose.
Then, kicking up a few stones, it broke the rear window in an occupied caboose of a moving freight train before catching on an automatic signal along the railroad track and leaving a 100-foot line as evidence--enough to hang the pilot!
LAUREN FLAX New York, NY Geneva Jacoozi "Love Caboose" (Human Ear)
. The 2-1 favourite was settled at the front of the stands side group by Silvestre De Sousa and despite hanging right in the closing stages, he still beat Loose Caboose a head..
The son of Machiavellian (2-1 favourite) was settled at the front of the stands side group by Silvestre De Sousa and, despite hanging right across the track in the closing stages, he was still able to come home a head clear of Loose Caboose.
Word History: Caboose is now a railroading word, but its origins lie at sea.
In elementary school, as a result of having a last name at the end of the alphabet, Kacie Starr Triplett often found herself at the back of the line--a position she thought of as "being the caboose."
The engineer was asleep, and the fireman was in the caboose when the train went through your ranch that morning.
You have to get from the caboose to the middle of the train, only the train is moving.
I hear there are plans for a coal car, a gondola and maybe even a caboose, which means plenty of work to complete for future FCCTC students!