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Monday, November 19, 2012

Definitions for ogle

  1. To look at amorously, flirtatiously, or impertinently.
  2. To eye; look or stare at.

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Citations for ogle
He always pretended to be deeply exhausted from his various adventures, but he was never too exhausted to ogle— as she knew and as Flap knew too. Larry McMurtry, Terms of Endearment: A Novel
Couples ogle cakes in windows. Simon Louvish, The Days of Miracles and Wonders: An Epic of the New World Disorder
Origin of ogle
1670-1680
Ogle traces its origins from the Lower German oeglen, "to look at," but ultimately comes from a now extinct word for "eye," oog.
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