Examples of bookie in a Sentence
Their bookie is giving good odds.
Recent Examples of bookie from the Web
After all, Vegas bookies list doctoral students as the odds-on favorite in any contest for the group of people least likely to support the GOP on anything, ever, for any reason.
Watford have emerged as the bookie's favourite to sign Leicester City front man, Islam Slimani, when the January transfer window opens.
Koeman is tipped by the bookies as the next manager to be axed, with the Blues struggling following their big-spending spree in the summer.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche is currently the bookies favourite to replace the Dutchman, while the likes of Thomas Tuchel, and Marco Silva have been linked with the job.
Carlo Ancelotti has been made the bookies' favourite to replace compatriot Antonio Conte at Chelsea, according to the Daily Express.
Here are some highlights: The two activities most likely to be associated with at-risk/problem gambling were gambling in a casino/racino and sports gambling (online and fantasy football, sports bookie, horse racing).
Americans are already betting up to $60 billion annually using offshore sites and bookies, said Chris Grove, managing director for the firm.
According to Nevada bookies, more money will be bet on the fight than on any boxing match in history, and though Mayweather remains a favorite, odds were getting closer as late as this morning as last-minute bets for McGregor rolled in.
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Origin and Etymology of bookie
First Known Use: 1877See Words from the same year
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