boodle

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noun boo·dle \ˈbü-dəl\

Definition of boodle

  1. 1 :  a collection or lot of persons :  caboodle

  2. 2a :  bribe moneyb :  a large amount especially of money

Examples of boodle in a sentence

  1. <a boodle of teenagers boarded the bus together>

  2. <we saved a boodle by buying a house that's off the beaten path>

Origin and Etymology of boodle

Dutch boedel estate, lot, from Middle Dutch; akin to Old Norse būth booth


First Known Use: 1828



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