To make a book

Definition of To make a book

(Horse Racing) to lay bets (recorded in a pocket book) against the success of every horse, so that the bookmaker wins on all the unsuccessful horses and loses only on the winning horse or horses.

See also: Book

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to look on the bright side
To look out
To loose sails
To lose caste
To lose ground
To lose heart
To lose one's bearings
To lose one's head
To lose one's heart
To lose one's life
To lose one's mind
To lose the bell
To lose the fang
To lot on
To lower the yards a-portoise
To luff round
To magnify one's self
To magnify one's self against
To make (a thing) one's business
To make a bed
-To make a book-
To make a card
To make a choice of
To make a circuit
To make a clean breast
To make a dead set
To make a face
To make a fool of
To make a good board
To make a lip
To make a march
To make a move
To make a point
To make a point of
To make a stand
To make account
To make account of
To make an ass of one's self
To make an out
To make as if
To make away
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