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Another word for boodle

  1. Money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

      1. The return on an investment.
      2. The discharge of a debt or obligation.
      3. The benefit gained as the result of a previous action.
      1. Payment of a party, especially a disc jockey or radio station, for the promotion of a product or service, such as a commercial musical recording, without making the legally required disclosure of sponsorship.
      2. The money used to make such payment.
      1. To unite (a shoot or bud) with a growing plant by insertion or by placing in close contact.
      2. To join (a plant or plants) by such union.
      3. To transplant or implant (living tissue, for example) surgically into a bodily part to replace a damaged part or compensate for a defect.
      1. To correct or set right; adjust:
      2. To restore to proper condition or working order; repair:
      3. To make ready for a specific purpose, as by altering or combining elements; prepare:
      1. Money or some other benefit given to a person in power, especially a public official, in an effort to cause the person to take a particular action.
      2. Something offered to induce another to do something:
      3. To give, offer, or promise a bribe to.
  2. Goods or property seized unlawfully, especially by a victor in wartime

      1. Something offered or won as an award for superiority or victory, as in a contest or competition.
      2. Something worth striving for; a highly desirable possession.
      3. Offered or given as a prize:
      1. To impair or destroy the value or quality of; ruin:
      2. To harm the character of (a child) by overindulgence or leniency.
      3. To plunder; despoil.
      1. To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; pillage:
      2. To seize wrongfully or by force; steal:
      3. To take booty; rob.
      1. To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; plunder.
      2. To take as spoils.
      3. To take spoils by force.
      1. Valuables pillaged in time of war; spoils.
      2. Stolen goods or money.
      3. Things of value, such as gifts, received.
      1. Plunder taken from an enemy in time of war.
      2. Goods or property seized by force or piracy.
      3. A valuable prize, award, or gain.