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How Do You Spell CADDY?

Correct spelling for the English word "caddy" is [k_ˈa_d_ɪ], [kˈadɪ], [kˈadɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of CADDY

  1. kad'i, n. a small box for holding tea. [Malay kati, the weight of the small packets in which tea is made up.]

Common Misspellings for CADDY

Below is the list of 92 misspellings for the word "caddy".

  • cfaddy
  • carddy
  • cxaddy
  • caddyt
  • caddy
  • cadxy
  • aaddy
  • cdaddy
  • casdy
  • cqaddy
  • cadd7
  • caddyy
  • cadey
  • cadfy
  • cadd7y
  • cadsdy
  • ca ddy
  • caeddy
  • caxddy
  • cawddy
  • caddq
  • cadcy
  • csaddy
  • vaddy
  • caddxy
  • saddy
  • czaddy
  • cddy
  • caddyu
  • catdy
  • caddgy
  • ccddy
  • cdady
  • cqddy
  • casddy
  • cacdy
  • cadduy
  • caddry
  • caddey
  • cazddy
  • cadd6y
  • caddy6
  • cadty
  • caddsy
  • vcaddy
  • caddfy
  • cadd6
  • cadxdy
  • caddx
  • czddy
  • cvaddy
  • caxdy
  • caddh
  • cadry
  • ccaddy
  • caddty
  • cacddy
  • cafdy
  • acddy
  • cwddy
  • cadfdy
  • kaddy
  • caddy7
  • cadsy
  • daddy
  • cwaddy
  • caddyh
  • gaddy
  • cafddy
  • cad dy
  • csddy
  • cadrdy
  • caddcy
  • ceddy
  • cadyd
  • caqddy
  • faddy
  • caddt
  • cadcdy
  • cadedy
  • c addy
  • fcaddy
  • cadd y
  • caddhy
  • dcaddy
  • cadddy
  • xcaddy
  • xaddy
  • caddu
  • caaddy
  • caddyg
  • caedy

Usage Examples for CADDY

  1. " A caddy, of course," cried both ladies together. - "The Rosary" by Florence L. Barclay
  2. Nothing but the tea- caddy; I knocked it over with my elbow. - "That Affair Next Door" by Anna Katharine Green
  3. " You must not be too hard on Caddy," remarked Mr. Ellis. - "The Garies and Their Friends" by Frank J. Webb
  4. Now then, Mater, if your oldest son were a little younger or your younger son were a little older one of them might be a caddy on the golf links and earn his ice- cream cones that way," and he danced a few joyous steps for his mother's admiration. - "Ethel Morton at Chautauqua" by Mabell S. C. Smith
  5. Let me add here that when the luxury can be afforded, it is usual to employ a boy, known as a " caddy" to carry the bag or receptacle in which the different clubs are kept. - "Healthful Sports for Boys" by Alfred Rochefort
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