from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Action of the verb to ogle.
- v. Present participle of ogle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The casting of fond or amorous glances at some one; a fond or sly glance.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And I have begun to think that while I still don't agree that ogling is harassment, I can understand why so many women think so.
To shrug, turn one's head, kiss the tip of your gloves very tenderly, that's called ogling, right?
So, in order to fully comply with this policy, a student must either: (a) completely refrain from any sexual thought, conduct (such as ogling a callipygian coed), or speech, except in complete privacy; or (b) be endowed with the power to read the minds of everyone in sight or earshot, in order to determine whether or not anyone might not like what they are about to say or do.
BoingBoing post describing screeners as too busy "ogling" the passenger's penis to notice the gun, for example.
The singer - who was wearing pink thigh-high lace-up boots, underpants, a tuxedo jacket and an oversized hat - demanded to be re-seated because another diner was "ogling" her.
Even some really minor sexual intrusiveness, such as ogling some very young person, may qualify for moral and even legal rebuke.
In addition, for over a year she had been subjected to other objectionable behaviour such as ogling and unwanted text messages and calls.
People were just standing around with their jaws practically on the floor, dazed and blurry eyed, drooling uncontrollably while "ogling" the sandwich as if it were a popular Hollywood Starlet who had just experienced a "Costume Malfunction!"
Okay, it's still true -- opening night draws a certain crowd of swells that make ogling at Fashion Week just so much light weight.
Kanako walks around ogling her classmates and falling in love based on the most superficial reasons.
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