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bootlegging

See definition of bootlegging on Dictionary.com
  • as incontraband
  • as inpiracy

synonyms for bootlegging

  • piracy
  • smuggling
  • trafficking
  • crime
  • dealing
  • goods
  • moonshine
  • plunder
  • poaching
  • stuff
  • swag
  • theft
  • violation
  • counterfeiting
  • rum-running
  • wetbacking

antonyms for bootlegging

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    How to use bootlegging in a sentence

    The bootleg meeting’s final speaker was Geoffrey Hinton of the University of Toronto, the cognitive psychologist and computer scientist responsible for some of the biggest breakthroughs in deep nets.
    ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETS FINALLY YIELD CLUES TO HOW BRAINS LEARNANIL ANANTHASWAMYFEBRUARY 18, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
    For a private event, copyright owners are unlikely to notice or shut everything down mid-event, but don’t use the tips in this article to broadcast a bootleg concert to thousands of people.
    HOW TO LIVESTREAM AN EVENT FOR ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILYHARRY GUINNESSNOVEMBER 25, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
    He says this routinely resulted in a handful of patients being held for days in a crowded ER “overflow” area with no beds or privacy — just chairs and a single bathroom — serving as a sort of “bootleg inpatient psychiatric unit.”
    INVESTORS EXTRACTED $400 MILLION FROM A HOSPITAL CHAIN THAT SOMETIMES COULDN’T PAY FOR MEDICAL SUPPLIES OR GAS FOR AMBULANCESBY PETER ELKIND WITH DORIS BURKESEPTEMBER 30, 2020PROPUBLICA
    But he'd been trailing McFann for bootlegging and was pretty sure Jim was riding a horse with a broken shoe.
    MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
    To be sure, he charged them off heavily, so there was little cash left from the half-breed's bootlegging operations.
    MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
    Talpers had profited most by the bootlegging operations carried on by the pair, though Jim had done most of the dangerous work.
    MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
    It made us fear that perhaps some of his bootlegging yarns had been colored with the ready fiction of his business.
    PIECES OF HATEHEYWOOD BROUN
    They hear of bootlegging and blind tigers among certain foreign groups.
    JOHN WESLEY, JR.DAN B. BRUMMITT
    And certainly, ‘big money’ is involved in bootlegging, as liquor smuggling is termed.
    THE RADIO BOYS WITH THE REVENUE GUARDSGERALD BRECKENRIDGE
    And I didn't suspect either that this place might be a bootlegging place in disguise.
    SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    WORDS RELATED TO BOOTLEGGING

    • bootlegging
    • counterfeiting
    • crime
    • dealing
    • goods
    • moonshine
    • piracy
    • plunder
    • poaching
    • rum-running
    • smuggling
    • stuff
    • swag
    • theft
    • trafficking
    • violation
    • wetbacking
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