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ˈbʊg i, ˈbu giboo·gie

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  1. boogie, boogie-woogieverb

    an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)

    Synonyms:
    boogie-woogie

  2. boogieverb

    dance to boogie music

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  1. Allen Toussaint:

    Our upright wasn't much of a piano — it was a half-step flat the entire time we owned it — but that piano was everything to me. It was dark mahogany, almost black, with rouge crimps all over it. I took about eight piano lessons before my teacher gave up on me. I loved boogie-woogie and hillbilly music and gospel too much.

  2. Ana Navarro:

    He has got to figure out a way how to flay and kill this debate boogie monster dead.

  3. Dwayne Johnson:

    It came early, actually, this past Sunday, [Lauren] wakes me up and was like, ‘Hey, you’ve gotta get up, I’m having the baby!’ And it was like a full-on, full-tilt boogie, going 100 mph… We get in the car and as soon as I’m backing up, she’s like, ‘April Fool's!’.

  4. Mia Maguire:

    Wearing sandals while swimming, snorkeling and boogie-boarding, is essential in many San Diego and Los Angeles spots to prevent cuts and injuries, i also love to hike in various types of terrain, so finding a durable pair that can withstand slippery conditions is essential. I’ve owned the brand’s Hurricane sandals for over a year now, and I wear them non-stop during the spring and summer. When I visit Austin( my second home), I love to wear them swimming at the Barton Springs pool( a non-chlorinated natural spring water pool), which is dangerously slippery thanks to the overgrowth of algae.


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