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noun as in jazz

verb as in amble

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Following the success of Boogie Nights in 1997, the suits at New Line Cinema gave Anderson carte blanche.

From Time

The Boogie Board Play and Trace lets your kids develop their artistic skills.

Because sometimes you just need to close the kitchen door, turn the volume up and have a really good boogie.

From Digiday

Paul Thomas Anderson, director of Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood, has taken on the task of adapting Vice for the screen.

Hoffman was an everyman, and was at his best when tackling romantic rejection onscreen, be it in Boogie Nights, or here.

It was that Oogie Boogie was actually Dr. Finkelstein in disguise—sort of a Scooby-Doo sort of ending.

Would you say Boogie Nights was the role that really seemed to put you on the map?

His specialty is working with amputees to knee-board or boogie-board.

Maybe they were both remembering those old days, the Boogie Woogie Elmos.

Get Statistical and have them find out how much boogie time is consumed in plugging that silly thing into every takeoff problem.

Or the afternoon he played boogie-woogie on the Huyler Memorial Carillon.


On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to boogie, such as: disco, samba, tango, waltz, charleston, and conga.

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