noun, plural cad·dies.
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Origin of caddy1
Words nearby caddy
Definition for caddy (2 of 2)
noun, verb (used without object), plural cad·dies,cad·died, cad·dy·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for caddy
The golfing version is programmed with 41,000 courses around the world and has a virtual caddy app that suggests which club to use based on current conditions.
There is, for example, the Seinfeld episode where Jerry, feeling flush with cash, buys his parents a Caddy.
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This tea caddy is rather splendid Much of the pottery is gilded in 22 carat gold leaf.
This left her boss, the commander in chief, to hand his nine-iron to the caddy and grimly ask for broom and dustpan.
If a player finds a girl interesting, it's the caddy who might actually make the contact.
Everything was ready in the gray parlor—the tea-tray on the table, the small urn hissing away, the tea-caddy in proximity to it.East Lynne|Mrs. Henry Wood
So she answered him, her fingers in the tea caddy, and her eyes with them.Tiny Luttrell|Ernest William Hornung
Saxton bent again with his lofter, when his caddy gave a cry.
You shake the caddy when you can't hit the ball: new rule of golf.
"It's historic, but not exactly a handsome garment," she said, shaking the tea caddy.