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In the bottom of each hollow a narrow slit was cut lengthwise of the goggle.
He has a smooth-shaven, quasi-clerical face and goggle eyes.
The goggle eyes filled with tears as Peggy spoke, and the frog shook his head mournfully.
"Here is his head," cried goggle Woggle, as he put it under his arm.
What a painful stare, with its goggle eyes and gaping mouth!
The goggle eyes seemed to see more than the brain was inclined to credit.
This is where WE comes in,' he added, nodding his head and winking his goggle eyes at the meeting.
Only Miss Folly, with her painted face and goggle eyes, is peeping at the preparations for the fireworks.
Hermione called him the Beetle, because he was a round-shouldered, brown young man, with goggle eyes and very long arms and legs.
1530s, from Middle English gogelen "to roll (the eyes) about" (late 14c.), influenced by Middle English gogel-eyed "squint-eyed, one-eyed" (late 14c.), of uncertain origin, perhaps somehow imitative. As a surname (Robert le Gogel) attested from c.1300. Related: Goggled; goggling. As a noun, 1650s, "goggling look;" earlier "person who goggles" (1610s).