Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of goggler.

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Examples

  • I know he will have the photogs and gogglers following him until the next hercu-Olympian steps up to the podium.

    "He was drinking straight from a bottle of Grey Goose..."

  • Ladyship, blushing somewhat and turning her own grey gogglers up to heaven, received all his words for gospel, and sat fancying herself to be the best, most meritorious, and most beautiful creature in the three kingdoms.

    The Bedford-Row Conspiracy

  • Also, we tulip-gogglers recommend the Calico Cupboard in Mount Vernon for a tasty treat before or after chasing rainbows.

    The Bloom Report | Seattle Metblogs

  • Here there was another pause, and if Mr. Perkins could have seen what was taking place behind the screen, he would have beheld little Mr. Crampton looking into Lady Gorgon's face, with as love-sick a Romeo-gaze as he could possibly counterfeit; while her Ladyship, blushing somewhat and turning her own grey gogglers up to heaven, received all his words for gospel, and sat fancying herself to be the best, most meritorious, and most beautiful creature in the three kingdoms.

    The Bedford-Row Conspiracy

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