verb (used without object), boo·dled, boo·dling.
Origin of boodle
Examples from the Web for boodle
Historical Examples of boodle
Well, I've reason to think the Mayor was in on it—and Burke—for no end of boodle.A Woman for Mayor
Helen M. Winslow
The measure of a man is his brain and not his birth or his boodle.
In business the aristocracy of birth or the aristocracy of boodle is a decided handicap.
Mankind is prone to look at the brighter stars of birth and boodle.
The aristocracy of boodle is the slimmest aristocracy of all.
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."