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goggle (ˈɡɒɡəl)
1.  (intr) to stare stupidly or fixedly, as in astonishment
2.  to cause (the eyes) to roll or bulge or (of the eyes) to roll or bulge
3.  a fixed or bulging stare
4.  (plural) spectacles, often of coloured glass or covered with gauze: used to protect the eyes
[C14: from gogelen to look aside, of uncertain origin; see agog]

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