Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of boogieboard.

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Examples

  • Lucy takes this boogie-board class just down the beach, and it looked so fun that Tessa and I bought wetsuits (or more accurately, "springsuits") for ourselves.

    stop me if you think you've heard this one before

  • One of its features is an online Hawaiian almanac that can tell you everything you ever wanted to know about Hawaiians, including the number injured in boogie-board accidents each year (seven).

    The Big Dummies' Guide to the Internet Version 2.0 : Chapter 6: Telnet

  • The boy, dressed in a long-sleeve shirt and long pants, struggled onto Nicole's three-foot boogie-board.

    The Seattle Times

  • Schapelle Corby, who was sentenced to 20 years' jail after being caught in October 2004 at Bali's airport with 4.1kg of marijuana in her boogie-board bag, is still waiting for the outcome of her clemency appeal lodged a year ago.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Early word is that Schapelle Corby's homemade hash-Anzac biscuits, with a nod to our troops defending the opium fields in Afghanistan, will be hard to beat, if only they can get through Indonesian customs in a boogie-board cover.

    The Age News Headlines

  • Department shows the bite of a shark on a boogie-board on which Lucas Ransom, 19, was killed in a shark attack.

    FOXNews.com

  • Corby was caught at Bali's airport in October 2004 with 4.1kg of marijuana in her boogie-board bag and is serving a 20-year sentence.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Lydia said: "I saw my brother's face and turned to the side and saw this large grey thing in the water so I just hit it on the head with a boogie-board.

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