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  • This one didn't sour so much as funkify and there's a little Belgian-like funk, but it comes out more like a licorice quality.

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  • In only an hour and a half I managed to de-funkify the bathroom and straighten the office (aka Angel's room) and he got halfway through the kitchen (its a big room).

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  • Mayhap thee needs to funkify some attitude adjustment?

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  • Still, despite plenty of complaints about the lackluster effort to funkify the foxtrot, a generous Len Goodman and the rest of the judging gang handed out 8s.

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  • After this 1963 recording, Santamaria became a household name in African-American dance clubs, and he continued to funkify the clave for quite a few years thereafter.

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  • When you get so rank you can't stand YOURSELF, you'll be amazed how quickly you can dig down and find the energy reserves to hit the shower and "de-funkify".

    feeling listless

  • Deciding to funkify their image in 1969, the group borrowed retro outfits from a nearby production of "Bye Bye Birdie" and went on stage with slicked hair as The Greasers and played

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  • Whether it's peeking out between the top of a boot and a skirt hem, under contrasting knee-length socks, or with a peeptoe or even a sandal, the right tights can totally upgrade and funkify whatever you're wearing.

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  • Culbertson's own set was a power-packed half hour, fortified by a horn section, a big, beefy band sound, and a collective will to funkify.

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  • recording, Santamaria became a household name in African-American dance clubs, and he continued to funkify the clave for quite a few years thereafter.

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