A constitutional ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages from 1920 to 1933.
a prestigious Ivy League university regarded as one of the best colleges in the United States
a person employed to drive a private car
as an expression - a person posessing a huge sum of money (exceeding a billion dollars)
A prestigious university in England
A facility for treatment of a chronic illness (often psychological)
A roofed platform or balcony outside of a house
In finance, a form of debt security
An eight block neighborhood in South Manhattan where a number of financial institutions operate, metonymic for the broader American financial market.
A racist book that Tom Buchanan is reading about the rise of non-white races.
A German emperor and king of Prussia who played a large role in WWI.
A popular dance in the 1920s.
A light motorboat that moves quickly, gliding just at the surface of the water.
In gambling, a method of determining the outcome of an event so as to ensure that you will win
To plunder; to search a place in order to take whatever is of value
Running with quick, little steps, often because of anxiety or anticipation
A fancy hotel in New York City
A derogatory word for a Jewish person
Someone who scams people for money