Origin of caboose
Words nearby caboose
How to use caboose in a sentence
Soon enough, Gossip Girl star Blake Lively had joined his mini-caboose.
The door was on the car when I came out to meet you, and now it's gone, and there's been no body near the caboose but your men.Si Klegg, Book 2 (of 6)|John McElroy
Of the brown man who was found hiding in the coat closet of the caboose nothing was said.The Adventures of Kathlyn|Harold MacGrath
Our caboose being gone, and as we had no stove below, we were unable to light a fire to cook anything.Hurricane Hurry|W.H.G. Kingston
After constant coaxing, they succeeded in gaining unwilling permission to climb up to the engineer's caboose and watch Jim work.
Dot saw the cables with the grappling hooks swing over her head and dodged down inside the caboose.
British Dictionary definitions for caboose
- a deckhouse for a galley aboard ship or formerly in Canada, on a lumber raft
- mainly British the galley itself
- a mobile bunkhouse used by lumbermen, etc
- an insulated cabin on runners, equipped with a stove