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Use "caddish" in a sentence
"One may well think the whole idea of war guilt foolish, and the clause in the Versailles Treaty attributing such guilt to Germany "caddish," as Harold Nicolson called it."
"His first duty was to them, and it would be "caddish" to let them suspect any sacrifice in its fulfilment."
"Even though I don't usually watch ABC's "The Bachelor," I could hardly avoid hearing about the pop culture tempest created when the handsome fellow turned "caddish" and dumped Melissa, the woman he originally picked as his "future bride" in favor of his second place choice, Molly."