shoogle

shoogle

(ˈʃʊɡəl) or

shoogie

vb
to shake, sway, or rock back and forth
n
a rocking motion; shake
[from dialectal shog, shug; apparently related to German schaukeln to shake]
ˈshoogly adj

shoogle


Past participle: shoogled
Gerund: shoogling

Imperative
shoogle
shoogle
Present
I shoogle
you shoogle
he/she/it shoogles
we shoogle
you shoogle
they shoogle
Preterite
I shoogled
you shoogled
he/she/it shoogled
we shoogled
you shoogled
they shoogled
Present Continuous
I am shoogling
you are shoogling
he/she/it is shoogling
we are shoogling
you are shoogling
they are shoogling
Present Perfect
I have shoogled
you have shoogled
he/she/it has shoogled
we have shoogled
you have shoogled
they have shoogled
Past Continuous
I was shoogling
you were shoogling
he/she/it was shoogling
we were shoogling
you were shoogling
they were shoogling
Past Perfect
I had shoogled
you had shoogled
he/she/it had shoogled
we had shoogled
you had shoogled
they had shoogled
Future
I will shoogle
you will shoogle
he/she/it will shoogle
we will shoogle
you will shoogle
they will shoogle
Future Perfect
I will have shoogled
you will have shoogled
he/she/it will have shoogled
we will have shoogled
you will have shoogled
they will have shoogled
Future Continuous
I will be shoogling
you will be shoogling
he/she/it will be shoogling
we will be shoogling
you will be shoogling
they will be shoogling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been shoogling
you have been shoogling
he/she/it has been shoogling
we have been shoogling
you have been shoogling
they have been shoogling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been shoogling
you will have been shoogling
he/she/it will have been shoogling
we will have been shoogling
you will have been shoogling
they will have been shoogling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been shoogling
you had been shoogling
he/she/it had been shoogling
we had been shoogling
you had been shoogling
they had been shoogling
Conditional
I would shoogle
you would shoogle
he/she/it would shoogle
we would shoogle
you would shoogle
they would shoogle
Past Conditional
I would have shoogled
you would have shoogled
he/she/it would have shoogled
we would have shoogled
you would have shoogled
they would have shoogled
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I bet you''ve even let out an ahhh before and done that thing where you shoogle your shoulders and move your neck about.
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The concrete we Turn over a or two Scandi architecture the shoogle catch port stellar Scott unit, and last and that night was local leaves I of the toilet.
Shoogle is at Basura Blanca in the Brunswick Hotel basement on Saturday with Simon Stokes aka Petrichor from Soma.
Winning fillies Wince, Shoogle and Jig also represent powerful stables and should take a share of the market in today's Listed race, but none have been as convincing as Fairy Queen, and they need to improve a fair bit by my reckoning.
Should we be surprised they shoogle their goalposts to accommodate a high-profile, marketable player?
Well, turn over my apples and shoogle my soggy bottom, the Great British Bake Off is going to Channel 4.
The others are David Loder's Fairy Queen, and Shoogle, representing John Gosden, who will be waiting for the result in Kentucky where he is attending the Keeneland Sales.
Should we be surprised they would shoogle their goalposts to accommodate a high-profile, marketable player?