• Definition for "boodle"
    • cash, particularly counterfeit money.
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boodle definition

  • noun:
    • cash, particularly counterfeit money.
    • cash accepted as a bribe.
    • Slang Stolen goods; swag.
    • Slang A crowd of men and women; caboodle.
    • cash, particularly when acquired or spent illegally or improperly; swag.
    • your whole collection or great deal; caboodle.
    • the complete collection or lot; caboodle.
    • cash provided in payment for votes or political influence; bribe money; swag.
    • Crowd; pack; great deal: in a contemptuous good sense, especially in the expression the entire kit and boodle.
    • Money fraudulently obtained in public solution; especially, money provided to or obtained by officials in bribery, or attained by collusive contracts, appointments, etc.; by expansion, gain from general public infidelity of any sort: usually made use of attributively.
    • fake cash.
    • A blockhead; a noodle.
    • a vintage English title when it comes to corn-marigold, Chrysanthemum segetum. Also written buddle.
    • identical to newmarket, 1.
    • a gambling card game where chips are put from the ace and master and queen and jack of separate fits (obtained from a separate deck); a new player plays the best card of a suit in the hand and successively higher cards are played through to the sequence prevents; the gamer who plays a card matching one in the design wins all the chips thereon card
    • casual terms for the money
    • cash, particularly fake money.
    • Money accepted as a bribe.
    • Slang Stolen items; swag.
    • Slang A crowd of individuals; caboodle.
    • cash, particularly when obtained or spent illegally or improperly; swag.
    • your whole collection or great deal; caboodle.
    • The whole collection or good deal; caboodle.
    • Money given in repayment for votes or political impact; bribe money; swag.
    • audience; pack; great deal: in a contemptuous sense, especially in the expression the whole system and boodle.
    • cash fraudulently received in public service; specially, money fond of or obtained by officials in bribery, or attained by collusive contracts, appointments, etc.; by expansion, gain from community infidelity of any kind: often made use of attributively.
    • fake cash.
    • A blockhead; a noodle.
    • An old English title for corn-marigold, Chrysanthemum segetum. Additionally written buddle.
    • identical to newmarket, 1.
    • a gambling card online game for which potato chips are placed regarding the ace and master and queen and jack of separate fits (taken from a different deck); a player plays the best card of a suit inside the hand and successively greater cards are played before the sequence prevents; the player just who plays a card matching one out of the design wins all the potato chips thereon card
    • casual terms for cash
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