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The example sentences of KIT AND CABOODLE in videos (3 in total of 3)

cognitive adjective behavioral adjective therapy noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present really adverb the determiner whole adjective kit noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction caboodle noun, singular or mass put noun, singular or mass together adverb
skills noun, plural , reading noun, singular or mass , writing verb, gerund or present participle , toefl proper noun, singular , ielts proper noun, singular - - the determiner whole adjective kit noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction caboodle noun, singular or mass . all determiner right noun, singular or mass ? take verb, base form care noun, singular or mass ,
i personal pronoun get verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner whole adjective kit noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction caboodle noun, singular or mass .

English idiom

What does "kit and caboodle" mean?
"kit and caboodle" is an English idiom. Meaning "The entire thing. A “kit” is a collection of items, such as a tool kit or a sewing kit. “Caboodle,” comes from “boodle,” is a collection of people. This 19th-century phrase was frequently misheard as “kitten caboodle,” causing the mishearer to look around for a young feline."

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