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boog·ie / ˈboŏgē/ • n. (also boog·ie-woog·ie / ˈwoŏgē/ ) (pl. boog·ies) a style of blues played on the piano with a strong, fast beat. ∎ inf. a dance to fast pop or rock music. • v. (boog·ie·ing ) [intr.] inf. dance to fast pop or rock music: ready to boogie down to the music of the house band. ∎  [intr.] move or leave somewhere fast: let's boogie! I think we'd better boogie on out of here.

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boogieAggie, baggy, craggy, draggy, jaggy, Maggie, quaggy, saggy, scraggy, shaggy, slaggy, snaggy •Hwange •dreggy, eggy, leggy, Peggy •dengue • plaguy •Carnegie, Malpighi •ciggy, piggy, spriggy •boggy, cloggy, doggy, foggy, froggy, groggy, moggie, smoggy, soggy •demagogy •corgi, porgy •bogey, bogie, dogie, fogey, hoagie, stogy, yogi •boogie, boogie-woogie, sastrugi •buggy, druggy, fuggy, muggy, puggy •lungi, sarangi •Lalage • lurgy

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