Definition of goggle
: to stare with wide or protuberant eyes goggled with amazement at the huge statue
gogglerplay \ˈgä-g(ə-)lər\ noun
Examples of goggle in a Sentence
He goggled in amazement at the huge statue.
goggled at the elaborate costumes and floats in the Mardi Gras parade
Recent Examples of goggle from the Web
The Minions — the yellow, goggled, gibberish-spouting underlings who were popular enough to earn their own film in 2015 — take up a lot of screen time here without adding to the actual plot.
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Origin and Etymology of goggle
Middle English gogelen to squint
First Known Use: 1742See Words from the same year
GOGGLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of goggle for English Language Learners
: to look at something or someone with your eyes very open in a way that shows that you are surprised, amazed, etc.
GOGGLE Defined for Kids
Definition of goggle for Students
: to stare with bulging or rolling eyes
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