verb (used with object), boon·dog·gled, boon·dog·gling.
verb (used without object), boon·dog·gled, boon·dog·gling.
Words nearby boondoggle
Origin of boondoggle
OTHER WORDS FROM boondoggleboon·dog·gler, noun
Examples from the Web for boondoggle
While that may have some positive health effects, aggressive medical therapy is also a boondoggle for drug companies.Doctors Should Start Advocating Dietary Options to Treat Heart Disease|Daniela Drake|July 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But really, aside from these nice side benefits, the whole thing is a boondoggle, at least it is for us.
A major bill may contain dozens of bridges to nowhere, or boondoggle favors to some deep-pocketed donor.Rick Santorum’s Beltway Curse Is Hurting His 2012 Campaign|Howard Kurtz|February 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST