noun, plural boog·er·men.
Origin of boogerman
or bo·gy·man, boog·er·man, boog·ey·man, boog·ie·man
noun, plural bo·gey·men.
Origin of bogeyman
Examples from the Web for boogerman
When the Boogerman came opposite Adelaide's hiding-place, she jumped up suddenly, aimed her gun and cried Bang!
Nothing could have been more innocent than the careless way in which they made their way toward the home of the Boogerman.
Ef we go on this way, the Boogerman will come along an' put us both in his wallet, an' then what'll we do?
"Make her git outdoors, an' take the fresh air," suggested the Boogerman.
Then whoever he caught would be the boogerman, till he caught somebody else.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration