• It's a word that Dr. Suess made up to rhyme with all his other wacky words.
  • OK, Rude showed us what caboodle means ... so what's KIT!!?? LOL
  • The British use the word "Kit" to refer to different types of luggage. Kit and caboodle or boodle, Informal. the whole lot of persons or things; all of something (often prec. by whole): We took along the whole kit and caboodle in the station wagon. So it seems that the "Kit" are the bags and the "caboodle" are the people. World War I Marching Song - "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-Bag, and Smile, Smile, Smile"
  • The bundle of loot. If you get out with the whole kit and kaboudle you got away clean with your break in kit and all the loot.
    • Rick Myres
      Ain't that called booty?
    • Linda Joy
      Maybe if you're a pirate! That's a more current term that also means buttocks. We're talking about a phrase from the 1800's here. Look it up!

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