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boogie

See definition of boogie on Dictionary.com
  • as indance
  • as injazz
  • as inamble
  • as inhotfoot

synonyms for boogie

  • disco
  • samba
  • tango
  • waltz
  • Charleston
  • conga
  • foxtrot
  • frolic
  • hop
  • hustle
  • jig
  • jitter
  • jitterbug
  • jive
  • jump
  • leap
  • one-step
  • promenade
  • rhumba
  • spin
  • step
  • swing
  • tap
  • twist
  • two-step
  • boogie down
  • bunny hop
  • cut a rug
  • foot it
  • get down
  • rock n' roll
  • trip the light fantastic
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How to use boogie in a sentence

Because sometimes you just need to close the kitchen door, turn the volume up and have a really good boogie.
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Maybe they were both remembering those old days, the Boogie Woogie Elmos.
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Get Statistical and have them find out how much boogie time is consumed in plugging that silly thing into every takeoff problem.
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Or the afternoon he played boogie-woogie on the Huyler Memorial Carillon.
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WORDS RELATED TO BOOGIE

  • ankle
  • boogie
  • dawdle
  • drift
  • gander
  • hoof it
  • loiter
  • meander
  • mosey
  • percolate
  • ramble
  • sashay
  • saunter
  • stroll
  • toddle
  • wander
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.