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boogie

play
noun boo·gie \ˈbu̇-gē, ˈbü-\

Definition of boogie

  1. 1 :  boogie-woogie

  2. 2 :  earthy and strongly rhythmic rock music conducive to dancing; also :  a period of or occasion for dancing to this music



1929

First Known Use of boogie

1929

Rhymes with boogie


2

boogie

verb boo·gie \ˈbu̇-gē, ˈbü-\

Simple Definition of boogie

  • : to dance especially to rock music

  • : to move or go quickly

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of boogie

boogied

also

boogeyed

boogying

also

boogeying

  1. intransitive verb
  2. 1 :  to dance to rock music; also :  revel, party

  3. 2 a :  to move quickly b :  to get going

Examples of boogie in a sentence

  1. Let's boogie on out of here.



1930

First Known Use of boogie

1930

Variants of boogie

also

boogy

play or

boogey

play \ˈbu̇-gē, ˈbü-\

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