Even Tammany's thoughts began to lift above the sordid level of boodle.
Hand 'em back the boodle; and maybe they'll let you off light.
Well, I've reason to think the Mayor was in on it—and Burke—for no end of boodle.
I've a pocket full of boodle; papa gave me my allowance to-day.
He was struck off the list at boodle's three years ago for card-sharping—that thin-faced, fair-mustached man named Cadby.
Mankind is prone to look at the brighter stars of birth and boodle.
Not that I had anything against the woman: she was charming, fascinating, and had a pretty useful share of this world's boodle.
The measure of a man is his brain and not his birth or his boodle.
Well, after you'd got the old gal made fast, I suppose you began your search for the boodle?
The aristocracy of boodle is the slimmest aristocracy of all.
To hug, kiss, etc; neck (1940s+ Students)
[fr Dutch boedel, ''estate, lot'']