verb (used without object), boo·dled, boo·dling.
Origin of boodle
Examples from the Web for boodlers
Sounds like I had joined the ranks of the boodlers, dont it?The Making of Bobby Burnit|George Randolph Chester
For a generation the Common Council of Chicago has been governed by a majority of boodlers.Chicago, Satan's Sanctum|L. O. Curon
It is simply that Calhoun has made up his mind that this is the time for grafters and boodlers and bribe givers to stand together.'The System,' as uncovered by the San Francisco Graft Prosecution|Franklin Hichborn
Yesterday had come the news that Langdon had appointed Heney--the relentless enemy of boodlers--to a place of power.Port O' Gold|Louis John Stellman
Speculators and 'boodlers' had 'monkeyed' with the finances, and the vast scheme is a failure.Asiatic Breezes|Oliver Optic
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."