verb (used without object), boo·dled, boo·dling.
Origin of boodle
Examples from the Web for boodle
Of course it was the boodle that kept him at work, doubtless meaning to leave when he got better.The Auto Boys' Vacation|James A. Braden
As for the rest, Boodle's is all we can promise; miserable consolation for the bow-window.The Young Duke|Benjamin Disraeli
Boodle was a member of the Legislature; and the fits were upon him, during the sessions.Dealings with the Dead, Volume I (of 2)|A Sexton of the Old School
A get-rich-quick scheme—excuse me—gang giving back the boodle!The Gentle Grafter|O. Henry
Captain Boodle; says he knows a cousin of yours, Mr. Clavering.The Claverings|Anthony Trollope
Word Origin for boodle
1833, "crowd;" 1858, "phony money," especially "graft money," actual or potential (1883), both American English slang, either or both based on bundle, or from Dutch boedel "property."