Definition of Boogey
1. boogie [v -GEYED, -GEYING, -GEYS] - See also: boogie
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Literary usage of Boogey
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Daytrips Eastern Australia: 60 One Day Adventures by Car, Rail Or Bus by James Postell (2004)
"Rollo said that this sun-baked old gent has been renting beach chairs, umbrellas, boogey boards, and offering free fresh air & clean water for decades. ..."
2. Catalog of Copyright Entries. by Library of Congress, Copyright Office (1920)
"Oo-oh boogey man; by GW Pang- horn. Bust portrait of two children, one holding finger to mouth und the other looking up. Peace of evening; by Ward Travers. ..."