goggle goggle  /ˈɡɑ ɡəl/


  • (v) look with amazement; look stupidly



  1. Men were still goggle-eyed over the recent invention of Morse's telegraph, Howe's sewing machine, Goodyear's vulcanized rubber, McCormick's reaper.
  2. From time to time in the next 20 years, he would turn up on brief leave and let the Perth neighbors goggle at his strapping, soldierly bearing and his fierce military mustache.
  3. By the time she had pleaded Talk Some Sweet Talk to Me, in a furry and insinuating tone, she had the fans goggle-eyed.



  1. "I've been naked quite a bit, actually," Parker said of posing for the photo. "You Goggle me, you'll see it all."
    on Aug 13, 2007 By: Mary-Louise Parker Source: Forbes

  2. "I knew Michael is a back-half swimmer and that he would be chasing me down at the end," Cavic said. "I saw his shadow on the side of my goggle and I knew he was coming. I liked to be chased. The last eight meters I just put my head down and...
    on Aug 16, 2008 By: Milorad Cavic Source: Forbes

  3. "It was just a couple of freak deals," said Reed. "In the first moto I had a rock take out my goggle lens and I just couldn't be behind anyone because dirt was coming straight in my eyes. In the second moto I didn't get the best of starts and...
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Chad Reed Source: Cycle News

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