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bootlegger

[ boot-leg-er ]
/ ˈbutˌlɛg ər /
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noun
a person who makes or sells liquor or other goods illegally: A bootlegger named George Cassiday secretly supplied members of Congress with liquor during Prohibition.The sort of criminals of interest to the piracy commission are large-scale DVD bootleggers, not individual downloaders.
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