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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An attendant who carries the golf clubs for a player v. - Carries clubs for a player.

Usage examples (28)
  • Tiger Woods denies he has differences with long-term caddie Steve Williams
  • '' Let's get up and down from here and we'll be here for the weekend, '' Norman told his caddie from the bunker.
  • '' It was a good shot, '' Woods said, when asked why his caddie was applauding.
  • He also is known to call his caddie and haul him away from his family during tour off-weeks. for more
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  • The "catty" (spiteful, malicious) "caddie" (one who carries clubs for a golfer) always carried a tea "caddy" (small box to hold tea).
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