Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Acronym, Slang A very dull article, speech, or book, which causes the reader or listener to rapidly lose interest; -- often used of involved discussions of a technical nature, especially in newspapers.

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  • initialism Alternative spelling of MEGO.
  • initialism My eyes glaze over: used to indicate the user's boredom or impatience with some subject or activity.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Labels: ads, F.O.A.M. members, mego posted by rob! at 12:03 AM

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The woolworth's coffee looks goooooood- you deserved it mego!

    The Middle Part

  • Labels: ads, F.O.A.M. members, mego posted by rob! at 12:03 AM

    Mego Newspaper Ad - 1970s

  • Labels: black manta, customs, F.O.A.M. members, mego posted by rob! at 12:03 AM

    Mego Black Manta MOC

  • Labels: books, interviews, mego posted by rob! at 12:13 AM

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Labels: black manta, customs, F.O.A.M. members, mego posted by rob! at 12:03 AM

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Labels: ads, clothes, mego, merchandise posted by rob! at 12:12 AM

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • This made mego right outside and stare up at it, and when my eyes protested and shut automatically, I held my lids open until my eyes burned and watered so much I had to stop.

    True to Form

  • This made mego right outside and stare up at it, and when my eyes protested and shut automatically, I held my lids open until my eyes burned and watered so much I had to stop.

    True to Form

  • This made mego right outside and stare up at it, and when my eyes protested and shut automatically, I held my lids open until my eyes burned and watered so much I had to stop.

    True to Form

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  • "Mackenzie predicts McCain would be afflicted with the same malady as Richard Nixon, who savored foreign policy but was less interested in the budget and other domestic matters, a disease known as MEGO, short for My Eyes Glaze Over.

    "I think we'd see a lot of that with McCain," he said."

    -If Elected, How Would McCain Govern? - Boston.com

    October 27, 2008