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1boogie

noun boo·gie \ˈb-gē, ˈbü-\

Definition of BOOGIE

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

First Known Use of BOOGIE

1929

Rhymes with BOOGIE

2boogie

verb \ˈb-gē, ˈbü-\

: to dance especially to rock music

: to move or go quickly

boo·gied also boo·geyedboo·gy·ing also boo·gey·ing

Full Definition of BOOGIE

intransitive verb
1
:  to dance to rock music; also :  revel, party
2
a :  to move quickly
b :  to get going

Variants of BOOGIE

boogie also boo·gy or boo·gey \ˈb-gē, ˈbü-\

Examples of BOOGIE

  1. Let's boogie on out of here.

First Known Use of BOOGIE

1930

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