goggle-eyed


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goggle-eyed

and googly-eyed (ˈgɑglæɑɪd and ˈgugliɑɪd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated and staring. Willy was goggle-eyed and couldn’t stand up.
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As in the story of the goggle-eyed goats, this book demonstrates another way of living, colourfully illustrated by Christopher Corr.
Lesbian kisses, she claims, "offer something for everyone, from advocacy groups looking for role models to indignation-seeking conservatives, from goggle-eyed male viewers to progressive female ones, from tyrants who demand psychological complexity to plot buffs.
But he did stare into the camera with a goggle-eyed inane grin on his face, wildly excited by the story of how he hurt his hamstring in a game of footy, just like old Uncy, who wets himself over the tale of how he once got three pence off some digestive biscuits at the Co-op.
Squirming, goggle-eyed demons equipped with whips and pitchforks lurk in every crevice.
You could almost spot industry cynics mingling with goggle-eyed tourists in Whitehall last summer when Tony Blair beamed for the cameras and gave the NFU's red tractor farm assurance mark its send-off
NEW YORK-The ballyhooed launch of the Barista Utopia, an updated vacuum coffeemaker made by Bodum for Starbucks, has spectators goggle-eyed over the futuristic-looking, lopsided contraption.
a goggle-eyed man screamed from the television set.
I'm not counting, just scrambling around in the desert light, looking for those figures with the goggle-eyed faces that are typical of the Jornada Mogollon.
BUCKLED up, strapped in and head back, this goggle-eyed sheep settles in for the ride of her life.
BARACK Obama goes goggle-eyed as he gets a glimpse of the future at a German trade fair.
As a columnist for the London Evening Standard newspaper, the goggle-eyed aristocrat coined the term "subsidy junkies" to describe Scots.
FAR be it from me to side with those who believe that Michael Gove is a bit of a nutter - a goggle-eyed zealot whose bulldozer reforms to our education system are driven by dogma rather than anything grounded in reality.
However, in the television studio as a pundit, he's a one man show of goggle-eyed enthusiasm wearing a succession of flamboyant outfits.
This picturebook sweeps its audience off to Timbuktu, to meet Al Haji Amadu, his three wives, seven sons, and a very mixed herd of animals donkeys, camels, cows, lambs, and five goggle-eyed goats.
HER latest steamy adverts have left guys up and down the country goggle-eyed.