Thesaurus / caddy
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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Caddy sat upon the other side of me, next to Ada, to whom we imparted the whole history of the engagement as soon as we got back.

They come along one morning and say as 'ow they're going to play a rarnd, and they'll share a caddy between them.

Friend of mine once was struck by lightning; he and the caddy had taken refuge under a tree.

The Man in Lower TenMary Roberts Rinehart

I shall have forgotten about it if I do not find the key at once, or break open the caddy.

In the Roar of the SeaSabine Baring-Gould

After all, think of Caddy's grit; think of her fine constitution!

You shake the caddy when you can't hit the ball: new rule of golf.

The Main ChanceMeredith Nicholson

And then Caddy Jellyby came down, and Caddy brought such a packet of domestic news that it gave us abundant occupation.

Bleak HouseCharles Dickens

I put my caddy at the top of the slope, where he sits with his apathetic eye upon the sullen, predestined pool.

Hints to PilgrimsCharles Stephen Brooks

After the flash, when they recovered consciousness, there was my friend in the caddy's clothes, and the caddy in his.

The Man in Lower TenMary Roberts Rinehart

Once an old gentleman who had taken up golf late in life said that his caddy had taught him a great lesson.

The Canadian Girl at WorkMarjory MacMurchy

WORDS RELATED TO CADDY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.