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1 a usually small number of persons considered as a unit
  • a boodle of teenagers boarded the bus together

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2 a very large amount of money
  • we saved a boodle by buying a house that's off the beaten path

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3 something given or promised in order to improperly influence a person's conduct or decision
  • an IRS agent was caught accepting some boodle from people she was auditing

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The first known use of boodle was in 1625

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“Boodle.” Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 23 Sep. 2020.

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