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  • v. Present participle of boing.


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  • Yes, we're still 'boinging', and have been since the 1992-93 season.


  • Flood taps over the conversion –England 14-0 Georgia.19 min: You don't need to be Dr Rugby PhD to tell that's a wonderful kick from the Georgian scrum half, bobbling and boinging its way out of play a metre or so from the England line.

    Rugby World Cup 2011: England v Georgia – live! | John Ashdown

  • It's crammed with gorgeous hooks and sprightly, boinging melodies that leave you feeling like you're trotting down a cobbled hill on a shire horse full of banjos, inside your head.

    This week's new singles

  • In the finale, nearly two dozen cricket-costumed acrobats bound onto a 20-foot wall and plunge backward onto huge trampolines and a power track, a massive tramp that extends toward the audience for long-distance boinging.

    Climb to the top: 'Ovo' creator Deborah Colker fearlessly crosses borders

  • In 1902, then-president Theodore Roosevelt accused his friend McDuck of colluding to promote plutocracy at the expense of democracy, causing McDuck's eyes to bulge out of his head while boinging all over the Oval Office.

    John Marshall: McDuck Gives Fraud Testimony

  • Because the non-balloon-based stuff is pretty weak, very much Australia by numbers? visits to cattle stations and vineyards (cue bizarre, jarring sermon about giving up booze), impromptu games of cricket, and endless overhead shots of boinging kangaroos and charging emus.

    Pete Cashmore's Screen burn: Stephen Tompkinson's Australian Balloon Adventure

  • Just looking at the picture one can practically feel oneself gently boinging up and down in ergonomic bliss.

    Matt Chapman | Inhabitat

  • Lucille gasped, her eyes boinging from their sockets.

    Holly Would Dream

  • This is where I stop-except that I check the lids about 12 hours later to make sure they aren't boinging.


  • Nobody notices anything unusual about the fruit boinging about the room like a hyperactive pogo stick, so you jump up on the bar between your target and the bartender and start kicking bottles off the table, stomping on the tray of ham, doing a merry Riverdance and scattering mugs and glassware all over the floor.

    The Uncanny Valley


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