boogie board

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boogie board

1. noun A shorter type of surfboard that one typically lies on. Aw man, I forgot my boogie board—I guess I'll just have to hang out on the beach and watch you guys.
2. verb To ride waves with such a board. We're going to the beach to boogie board today, if you want to come.
See also: board, boogie
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What appeared to be a shark's tooth was extracted from the boy's leg and will be analysed to determine the species of the creature he encountered while boogie-boarding at Atlantique Beach in the town of Islip, officials said.
In fact, we pretty much spent the rest of the week on the beach stuffing our faces with the local bread, crepes and tarts, boogie-boarding and making sand sculptures!
The accident came about seven months after his little brother Christopher, 14, was hospitalized after hurting himself while boogie-boarding. ( ANI )
The 19-year-old man was boogie-boarding with a friend off Surf Beach near Vandenberg Air Force Base, when a shark between 4-6 metres long pulled the man under water, the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department said in a statement, quoting the friend.
She tried her hand at boogie-boarding and looked like an expert in no time.
In my younger days, body-surfing was very popular - now it's all boogie-boarding.
After being diagnosed with cancer six months ago, Curtis agreed to be the subject of a documentary by filmmaker Tom Kramer called "50 Things to Do Before I Die," which included performing with a band onstage in Hollywood and boogie-boarding with a tribe of recovering addicts.
You find humor in everything, beauty in basketball and excitement in boogie-boarding the Pacific Coast.
Martin, named this year's Best Soap Villain, taught his youngsters the art of "boogie-boarding" in the sea, while topless Shirlie soaked up the sun.
When he's not boogie-boarding at his favorite Oahu beach, Dean Lokken is a copy editor at the Honolulu Advertiser.
They hiked past 2,000-foot waterfalls, kayaked in the ocean, and went boogie-boarding in the surf.
Shriver, 55, had been busy with her 13-year-old son Christopher, who was released from the hospital on Monday after a serious boogie-boarding accident, and did not have time to check on the remodeling progress of the home.
The man named as this year's Best Villain in Soap smiled happily as he taught his youngsters the art of boogie-boarding in the sea, while topless Shirlie soaked up the sun.
Hardliners can try this season's latest craze of "boogie-boarding", negotiating the rocks and Grade 5 rapids - the hardest commercially permitted - on a mini surfboard.