ogle

Part of speech: verb

To look or glance at furtively, as in coquetry.

Part of speech: noun

An amorous or coquettish look; a side glance.

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Usage examples "ogle":

  1. She couldn't stop even twenty minutes in front of the post office, minding her own business and waiting for some one she knew to come along and get her mail for her, without having dozens of men stop and ogle her. - "Somewhere in Red Gap", Harry Leon Wilson.
  2. Now the police suspicions fell shrewdly on Dan Ogle, a notorious ruffian of the neighbourhood. - "The Hole in the Wall", Arthur Morrison.
  3. Late that year the natives found the corpses of about thirty- five men near Montreal Island and Point Ogle, part in tents and others under a boat. - "True Tales of Arctic Heroism in the New World", Adolphus W. Greely.