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caboose

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Trains & railways
cabooseca‧boose /kəˈbuːs/ noun [countable]  American EnglishTTT a small railway carriage at the back of a train, usually where the person in charge of it travels syn guard’s van British English
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cabooseAnd not a liberalism that merely acquiesces as it looks to personal advancement, the Clinton caboose.Trailing that problem like a rattling caboose was the need to tell Spider he was quitting.The runner was nothing more than the caboose.
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