Noun: A youth who is neither extremely popular nor unpopular; someone who considers themselves to be quite average.

Noun: Someone who doesn't associate themselves with any form of clique, is a strong individual.
My best friend is a bit of a Soogie.
Por Laurie Harrington 19 de octubre de 2007
Someone, generally a teenager, who has acquired his or her parent's taste in music from frequent exposure through childhood.
"I love The Beatles! My parents have all their old records."

"You soogie! Haha"
Por tanya284 19 de mayo de 2008
Doing any form of general cleaning. Used primarily in the Merchant marine (civilian) sea going work environment. But not exclusive to.
Hey man, I need you to soogie the bulkheads (walls) in the Pway (Passageway/hallway) before we knock off for the day.
Por AB Dan 17 de julio de 2006
In the Armed Forces, especially the Navy and Coast Guard, "Soogie Powder" was equivalent to scouring powders such as Comet or Ajax.

The containers were indentical too, with a plain white label that simply read: "Soogie Powder".

The word was also used as a verb when referring to cleaning something.
"Get yer ass up it's time to turn two and soogie the head!"
Por Xcoasty 09 de abril de 2007
australian slang for geek.
ugh, she's such a soogie...
Por felixity 10 de julio de 2008

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