bogeyman

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Synonyms for bogeyman

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an imaginary monster used to frighten children

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Tomorrow it can be somebody else--I mean, we all experience the boogie man in any industry.
He was a boogie man and that's what I needed to embrace," he explains.
bears One of the most bizarre is of an ogre guzzling wriggling children - a warning to young city dwellers to behave themselves or face the Boogie Man.
The Nazis weren't this theoretical evil boogie man from the past but were an actual threat.
Boogie Man kicks off with a musical montage, intercutting footage of legendary Republican strategist Lee Atwater exuberantly jamming on guitar with clips of the presidents he helped elect taking the oath of office, all while a chugging blues backbeat runs underneath.
In that fantasy parallel universe inhabited by goblins, superheroes and the boogie man, cloaks have always been a serious sartorial contender, protecting the goodies from stray bullets while imbuing the baddies with an extra layer of dastardly panache or better still--invisibility.
Most folk know I am not the big bad scary boogie man some blinkered folk make me out to be.
Their repertoire includes ``Give it to Me Baby'' by Rick James, ``Hot Child in the City'' by Nick Gilder, ``How Deep is Your Love'' by the Bee Gees, ``I Will Survive,'' by Gloria Gaynor and ``I'm Your Boogie Man,'' by K.
Steer wrestling, bull riding, and barrel racing are on the agenda, with cowboys named Flint, Tyson, and Wyatt; the horses are Buttercup, Johnny Cake, and Boogie Man.
The Boogie Man," and listen to Clint Black do a little Fats Domino kind of thing.
Q-Nice and Da Boogie Man star as hip hop masters battling for supremacy at rhyming battles in the urban drama.
Many children fear the boogie man and the monster under the bed, but some kids' anxieties have nothing to do with make-believe creatures.
My epiphany on the scope of the Veggie Tales gift to the church came when my three-year-old daughter, Bethany, danced in the living room as she sang -- out of the blue -- "God is bigger than the boogie man.
Harry Wayne Casey's attempt at a comeback has failed on record, but wherever there's a disco revival show, this boogie man keeps it comin',
Featuring top Veggie fan favorites including "The Hairbrush Song," "God Is Bigger Than the Boogie Man," "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything," and many more, this high energy show will delight children and remind them that God made them special and loves them very much - no matter what