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Definition of "boodles" []

  • Money or valuables, esp when stolen, counterfeit, or used as a bribe (noun)
  • To give or receive money corruptly or illegally (verb)

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Use "boodles" in a sentence
  • "I owe him so much for his generosity, and I'm in the midst of getting together a goody box filled with little bits and boodles and whatnots from my extensive collection of goofy stuff."
  • "Make it a good one, and I lift my own cocktail (boodles gin up, just a glance at the vermouth, and couple of olives) to you and yours."
  • ""He's got the cold cash to do it, boodles of the stuff!" panted Phil"
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