The patrons repaid the mob by buying cheap liquor at premium prices, along with bootleg cigarettes and sometimes drugs.
Some of them, we had no idea they existed—like the first bootleg Series that we put out a few years ago, The Personal File.
A far more serious case involved eight former and present cops charged with smuggling guns and bootleg cigarettes.
The “bootleg chemistry” results in a drug that is notoriously impure and often contains a lethal mix of toxins.
Sales have only slowed recently since bootleg copies of the DVD have surfaced.
I believe that I have eaten something or other, although I am sure I have not sampled the bootleg.
Neither did he appear in public with a bowie knife down his bootleg.
The Mexican, suddenly stirring, ventilated his attitude of apathetic waiting by conjuring swiftly from his bootleg a long knife.
I'll sneak around to you in the mornin', when I go t' fetch me can of bootleg.
At dawn he came down in a coast hamlet for bootleg petrol and oil.
: a bottle of bootleg hooch
Whiskey illegally made or sold (1880s+)
[fr the idea of concealment in the upper part of one's boots]