googly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a cricket ball bowled as if to break one way that actually breaks in the opposite way
- Jake Gyllenhaal in Sky News
Heath and Michelle met while filming Brokeback Mountain together in 2004, and People quotes Jake Gyllenhaal as saying of the couple: "I remember being in rehearsal, and the two of them had googly eyes with each other."
- Matt Dunne in Charlotte Observer
The company's Lenoir offices will look "good and Googly," Dunne said, with bean-bag chairs, lava lamps and a massage chair.
- Terry Jenner in Melbourne Herald Sun
I think he discovered just having a googly isn't the answer,Jenner said. "He just needs to bowl more stock balls, but I felt like his pace was pretty predictable, in the mid-80km/h and above. He had a pitch there (in Sydney) he was trying...