Noun(1) an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano
Verb(1) dance to boogie music
(1) Jordanians feel that a bit of a boogie makes a meal go down easier, so live music and a dancefloor are a must at posher establishments.(2) Everyone out to have a good boogie on a Saturday night.(3) No-one objects when you boogie around your flat in a victory dance with a self-satisfied grin on your face.(4) ‘I would like to show them how to boogie down,’ he shouts on the album's most cohesive song, ‘Paper Mills’.(5) After a bit of a boogie to Grooverider with the dance nutters we left for home at about 3am.(6) ‘We've even had two police officers have a little boogie ,’ says Cummins.(7) It is a fantastic album and whenever we do a concert and she is playing we all have a boogie and try and copy her dance routines.(8) ready to boogie down to the music of the house band(9) Obviously we'll do the show and then right after that I have to boogie out to get to Texas because we start running the following day in Texas.(10) I put my book down and scrolled through Navigation to see if ex-owner had the Macarena, as I felt like a bit of a boogie to music that no one else could hear.(11) I think we'd better boogie on out of here(12) So I was in this club, having a bit of a boogie with Hot Canadian Dude (who isn't so hot anymore.(13) Remember drinking champers and having a boogie … the rest is a blank?(14) he can boogie the night away(15) She said: ‘John runs mobile discos and we are always the first to boogie at parties.’(16) You have to fully regroup, march right back to front and boogie down like Ben and George.
(1) boogie-woogie :: boogie Woogie
1. boogie-woogie ::
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