goo-goo seemed like an intimate friend, because of the writing-lessons.
But a month after he got there, Mussolini started to pop his goo-goo eyes at Ethiopia.
It makes curious devilish noises when not satisfied, and says "goo-goo" when it is.
I guess yeou kinder waked me up when you flung them goo-goo eyes at Frank.
"I can stand it if you can," says I, and she tips me a goo-goo smile that was all to the candied violets.
First they began sailin' by in groups of twos and threes and fours, all givin' me the goo-goo stare and snickerin'.
It is goo-goo eyes or "git" when he looks toward a pretty girl.
I used to think our Broadway matinée fluffs was about the swiftest fascinators312 using the goo-goo tactics.
The machine which exists is accepted in all its essentials: the "goo-goo" yearns for a somewhat smoother rotation.
"amorous," 1900, perhaps connected with goggle, because the earliest reference is in goo-goo eyes. The sense of "baby-talk" is from 1863. Use in reference to politics began 1890s, and seems to be a shortening of Good Government as a movement to clean up municipal corruption in Boston, New York, etc. It soon was extended to mean "naive political reformer."
Infantile; cooing: talking goo-goo talk to her, like you would to a baby (1863+)