the whole caboodle

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US slang, attested in 1848. From an earlier (1830s) "the whole boodle".

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the whole caboodle

  1. everything else
    When you're packing for our camping trip, don't forget the essentials. You know, deodorant, ant killer, condoms, baby wipes and the whole caboodle.

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