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  • verb Present participle of pogo.

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Examples

  • However, for countervaling good news, I bring you John Barrowman pogoing in heels.

    still more puppy fix

  • Everyone was pogoing, colliding in the mosh pit, crowd-surfing; savage faces contorted and screamed with unadulterated punk abandon to hard guitar and fast drums.

    Fallin’ Up

  • There are parts of my novel that I want to be like throwing a garbage can and shouting profanities and there are parts of my novel that I want to be like pogoing in the pit at a rock show to a fist-pumping anthem you can feel inside your chest.

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  • It's leagues removed from the imposing wall of sound employed by the likes of Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame, and to say it adds edge would be taking it too far, but you can dance to it without simply pogoing in place.

    Album review: Matt & Kim, "Sidewalks"

  • Long Marston Airfield, Fri to 30 JulMarc RowlandsThe Kill Your Idols stable are the pogoing brains behind tonight's rocking'n'bowling party, which allows you to pay homage to punk icons the Clash while you hit the lanes and do your best impersonation of The Dude.

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  • There are parts of my novel that I want to be like throwing a garbage can and shouting profanities and there are parts of my novel that I want to be like pogoing in the pit at a rock show to a fist-pumping anthem you can feel inside your chest.

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  • So they were pogoing all over the place, and it was just ridiculous, us trying to keep playing throughout.

    The worst gig we ever played: musicians on their on-stage lows

  • We're in the mid-12th century, a period known as Anarchy in the UK because of all the pogoing and gobbing going on in the forests of England.

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  • They walked down to the front and started pogoing and moshing and screaming "Sieg Heil!"

    The worst gig we ever played: musicians on their on-stage lows

  • Biblical citations over, a singer wearing giant blue earrings and a garish purple tunic swept out on to centre stage, sending thousands of fans pogoing into the air.

    Gospel starts to strike a chord in Brazil, the home of bossa nova

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