goggle

Part of speech: noun

A rolling of the eyes.

Part of speech: noun

Tubular spectacles to protect against dust or strong light.

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Usage examples "goggle":

  1. Hermione called him the Beetle, because he was a round- shouldered, brown young man, with goggle eyes and very long arms and legs. - "My Little Sister", Elizabeth Robins.
  2. The man sat next to me; his face was red, and he stared at the chaplain with a pair of goggle eyes. - "Prisoner for Blasphemy", G. W. [George William] Foote.
  3. He stared with his good goggle eyes- he laughed out. - "The Awkward Age", Henry James.