- v. present participle of boogie.
“And then in a blink, she and pretty much everyone else at the table was back up boogieing on the red dance floor.”
“The central female in "Dingbat Disco" 1982 — boogieing down, her face distorted between frontal and profile views — looks skinned to the bloody bone.”
“He had a smile on his face, and he was boogieing while he was singing," recalls head chef Bobby Middaugh.”
“Although it was clear from her boogieing ways on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that she's a music fan, DeGeneres had no official role in the industry and had never played a role in creating music.”
“While the rest of the country was boogieing to big band music or jumping and jiving in jazz halls, country music lovers could square dance - which was so last century - but that was about it, until Western swing.”
“Raju, the lead guitarist of The Subterranean Vajra Hammer, was dishing out Keith Richard licks, note for note, to the boogieing young Tibetans, inji hippies and travelers , when, somewhere during a set, the lead singer Dave Tomory cleared his throat and made that unhappy announcement .”
“That picture of you boogieing with abandon might open up a world of regret for you once it lands on Facebook.”
“HILL: Little boogieing down there with Earth, Wind and Fire.”
“After all, each night he is featured on the news in different well-planned photo ops -- rousing friendly crowds, boogieing at rock concerts or tossing out pork.”
“If K keeps boogieing at this rate, that day may come sooner than expected ..”
Looking for tweets for boogieing.