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goggle

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verb gog·gle \ˈgä-gəl\

Definition of goggle

goggled

;

goggling

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  to stare with wide or protuberant eyes goggled with amazement at the huge statue

goggler

play \ˈgä-g(ə-)lər\ noun

Examples of goggle in a Sentence

  1. He goggled in amazement at the huge statue.

  2. goggled at the elaborate costumes and floats in the Mardi Gras parade

Origin and Etymology of goggle

Middle English gogelen to squint


First Known Use: 1742


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goggle

adjective gog·gle

Definition of goggle

  1. :  protuberant, staring goggle eyes

goggly

play \ˈgä-g(ə-)lē\ adjective

Origin and Etymology of goggle

see 1goggle


First Known Use: 1540


GOGGLE Defined for English Language Learners

goggle

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verb

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

goggle

play
verb gog·gle \ˈgä-gəl\

Definition of goggle for Students

goggled

;

goggling

  1. :  to stare with bulging or rolling eyes



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