Examples of bookie in a Sentence
Their bookie is giving good odds.
Recent Examples of bookie from the Web
Meanwhile royal bookies are still placing their bets on when this little one will be born, so get ready.
Millions of people regularly wager on college and professional games, from office pools to internet gambling to placing bets with a bookie.
Then, in February, bookies revealed that Mary was the top pick for a girl’s name while Albert and Arthur were the top boys’s names.
In any case, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana has made pretty much everybody happy, except maybe all the bookies who just lost a ton of money on Alice.
Right now, British bookies like the odds on Earl and Countess of Ross, according to the Daily Mail.
The bookie has set royal baby names odds at 3/1 for Mary, with Alice close behind at 6/1, Victoria at 10/1 and Elizabeth at 14/1.
While Las Vegas bookies aren’t laying odds — yet — on when the landslide at Rattlesnake Ridge will let loose, engineers and geologists tracking the treacherous slope near Yakima are placing their bets on mid-March to early April.
March Madness is here, and with it, attention turns to the amount of money college basketball and its athletes bring not only to universities, but also to TV networks and Vegas bookies.
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Origin and Etymology of bookie
First Known Use: 1877See Words from the same year
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