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  • noun Plural form of woggle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I peered myopically at the youths but they remained little more than a multi-racial blur of shorts and woggles.

    Black Butterfly

  • Reposting ROCKY CARTWRIGHT\'s classic here for the amusement of all Democrats, Republicans and everyone that woggles and dangles inbetween.

    The Moonbat and the Wingnut

  • After school he would range the countryside with a pickle-bottle in search of polly woggles and other big game, which he subsequently transferred to slides and examined through a microscope till an advanced hour of the night.

    The Politeness of Princes and Other School Stories

  • Porgly-woggles, who was playing in the garden, chose this moment to sit down in the middle of the path.

    Howards End

  • She came, but refused to kiss them; it was such hard luck on the little things, she said, and though Dolly proffered Chorly-worly and Porgly-woggles in turn, she was obdurate.

    Howards End

  • Frog forgot, and through force of habit sang the chorus she had made up for her own little polly-woggles.

    The Cheerful Cricket and Others

  • While most rebel fighters made do with jeans and bandannas, the Scouts have gone into action with a turnout that would not be out of place in Epsom: the full British-style kit, shipped in from England, including beige shirts, fleur-de-lys badges, striped neckerchiefs, and woggles, the leather binding that ties the neckerchief together.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Is it the theatre critics, a breed suggestive of woggles, eating crustless buns in small-minded tea shops and their limp sound-bites on the billboard?

    British Blogs

  • Find out as the Woggle-bug (maybe) woggles his last wiggle!

    Comic Book Resources

  • They are as much a part of Scouting tradition as woggles and singing around the campfire.

    Army Rumour Service

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