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caddy

noun cad·dy
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

variant spelling of

1 Scottish : one who waits about for odd jobs
2 a : one who assists a golfer especially by carrying the clubs
b : a wheeled device for conveying things not readily carried by hand
  • a luggage caddie

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caddy

noun cad·dy \ ˈka-dē \

Definition of caddy

plural caddies
1 : a small box, can, or chest used especially to keep tea in
2 : a container or device for storing or holding objects when they are not in use
  • a caddy for pens

Examples of caddy in a Sentence

  1. an antique tea caddy from the colonial period

Origin and Etymology of caddy

Malay kati catty



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