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Boogie vs. Booger

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Boogienoun

(informal) A piece of solid or semi-solid mucus in or removed from the nostril cavity; booger.

Boogernoun

A piece of solid or semisolid mucus in or removed from a nostril.

Boogienoun

(insult) a racial insult aimed at black people

Boogernoun

Something suggestive of this material.

Boogienoun

(informal) Dancing usually prominently exhibiting movements of the buttocks.

Boogernoun

A thing; especially a problematic or difficult thing.

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Boogienoun

A large, organised skydiving event.

Boogernoun

A bodyboarder.

‘Watch the local boogers charge it!’;

Boogieverb

(intransitive) To dance a boogie.

Boogernoun

an imaginary monster used to frighten children

Boogieverb

To move, walk, leave, exit.

Boogernoun

dried nasal mucus

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Boogienoun

an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano).

Boogienoun

a black person; - offensive and disparaging.

Boogieverb

to do a lively dance, often with the two partners not touching, to the accompaniment of rock music.

Boogienoun

an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)

Boogie

Boogie is a repetitive, swung note or shuffle rhythm, or pattern used in blues which was originally played on the piano in boogie-woogie music. The characteristic rhythm and feel of the boogie was then adapted to guitar, double bass, and other instruments.

‘groove’;

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