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Synonyms for boogie

an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)

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Enough of boogieing, tell me about you," I'd have to say at some point.
To prove you can't keep a good man down, when Hind's other date turned into a disaster she returned to her pals and bumped into Dunwoody "still boogieing the night away".
Whether cruising, lounging, or boogieing down, guests flirted with The World's traveling camera, which projected everyone on the 100 monitors around the club.
So, before you head off to party into 1999, join Mark to find out what record you'll be boogieing the night away to, as the best of `98.
Dance historians have not been pleased to acknowledge that the American creations boogieing around the world are of ethnically mixed parents.
In London we had wearable looks from the likes of Issa and Temperley, high octane glamour and a TV star-studded front row from Julien Macdonald, dramatic dresses and royal ruffs at Giles, roadsign handbags at Anya Hindmarch, rock and roll at Vivienne Westwood Red Label, boho vibes and Kate Moss and (a very late arriving) Naomi boogieing away at Burberry plus Sophie Dahl's return to the runway.
Later both of them were spotted on the dance floor with some other revellers, boogieing the night away.
Here, Julianne lets loose on boogieing, bogs and everything in between.
MOST Indians may not have been lucky enough to catch Barack Obama boogieing, but there are enough videos circulating of him dancing with Michelle at state dinners and also of his spontaneous number with Ellen Degeneres on her syndicated talk show.
A teenage girl must abandon her street-dancing pals to enrol at an arts college in a very standard drama enlivened by some decent boogieing.
WESTWOOD - Hundreds of UCLA students were boogieing Saturday in a dance marathon set to last 26 hours and raise at least $200,000 to fight AIDS.
Even Chris Parker, AKA Eastenders' Spencer and Jodie Marsh were boogieing away on the dancefloor.
For while the Lesters was, is and will always be about boogieing, booze and black eyes, it is first and foremost a feel-good night.
Here you can warm up with some karaoke at the Flintstones bar before boogieing the night away at one of the many nightclubs open `til the early hours.