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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If you've never surfed before, boogieboarding on such powerful artificial waves aboard a moving ship could be quite a challenge.
I think wakeboarding is like the adopted child in the family, and boogieboarding and skimboarding are like surfing's brothers.
We stop at a ranch for a traditional lunch of chicken, rice and beans, and the day ends at the stunning Macao beach for boogieboarding.
"It helps that my husband comes up with new exercises for me to do and I do a lot of boogieboarding, which helps keep me fit."
Naturally, such an undertaking can't be done all at once, so before daring to actually stand on a surfboard in the middle of a roaring wave, we opted to first try out bodyboarding, originally known as boogieboarding since it appears you're dancing, or "boogieing," on water.
Why did you start boogieboarding in the first place?