Definition of caddy
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
an antique tea caddy from the colonial period
Recent Examples of caddy from the Web
Brunch will be offered between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the restaurant, which is located at 2537 Lorain Ave. in Ohio City, caddy corner from the West Side Market.
Kooler Klub Price: $40.95 An inconspicuous 3-wood with a dispenser right in its head—stock up and enlist a caddy just to transport your covert full bar from hole to hole.
The 23-year-old broke from his recent routine by seeking caddy Michael Greller's input on the 4-footer.
Billy Horschel captured his fourth PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship and, weirdly, his caddy predicted the whole thing.
A Chicago native, Walsh grew up in the West Rogers Park neighborhood, and worked as a caddy at the Edgewater Golf Club.
Director Jason Connery (son of Sean) tells most of the story through the eyes of the younger Tommy, who rebels against the class system — and his father’s wishes — to become a professional golfer, not just a commoner caddy.
Martino, of Tinley Park, has been a caddy at Midlothian Country Club for five years.
Attach a small flat mirror near your outfit and use a mail sorter as a caddy for perfume or makeup, suggests Hayon.
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Origin and Etymology of caddy
Malay kati catty
First Known Use: 1785See Words from the same year
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Definition of caddy for English Language Learners
: a small box or chest
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