He seeks to clear up some myths about Kennedy—he was, for instance, never a bootlegger—and offer a truthful portrait of the man.
The National Football League's New York Giants franchise was founded in 1925 by a bootlegger named Tim Mara.
It seemed to him that he simply must look around and face the bootlegger.
"My dear sir," said the bootlegger, with a pained expression.
According to the estimate of the narrator, a bootlegger passes through Malone every eight minutes.
Are you fellows going to let him in on the bootlegger stuff?
Soon he saw that he was flying faster than the bootlegger ahead of him.
The gambler and the "bootlegger" and the white slave dealer find their habitat in large centres of population.
The only fellow who would dare it is that bootlegger who held you up on your former trip here.
To his astonishment the bootlegger climbed into the plane after him, shut the door, and sat down in one of the seats.
A person who bootlegs: 5,000 booters on Manhattan Island alone/ That new bootie carries a powerful line of hooch (1880s+)
: a bottle of bootleg hooch
Whiskey illegally made or sold (1880s+)
[fr the idea of concealment in the upper part of one's boots]