boodle

[ bood-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF boodle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOODLE

Well, I've reason to think the Mayor was in on it—and Burke—for no end of boodle.

The measure of a man is his brain and not his birth or his boodle.

In business the aristocracy of birth or the aristocracy of boodle is a decided handicap.

Mankind is prone to look at the brighter stars of birth and boodle.

The aristocracy of boodle is the slimmest aristocracy of all.

These three stars of Brains, Birth and Boodle, are three aristocracies.

As for the rest, Boodle's is all we can promise; miserable consolation for the bow-window.

Pete Carr 's bringing him and the boodle up to Ohadi on the morning train.

Hand 'em back the boodle; and maybe they'll let you off light.

“I wish I knowed where the old man hid his boodle,” muttered Tom.

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