The whole caboodle.
Webster's New World
A crowd or collection of people.
Other Word Forms of Caboodle
Origin of Caboodle
US slang, mid 19th century, thought to be from "kit and boodle"; "the whole boodle" is attested in the 1830s, and "the whole caboodle" in 1848. Recently resurrected in Fife, Scotland and published in Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals, Steps by Adamson, K. in 2011.
Alteration of boodle
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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