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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M Blanc was creating what is being billed as the planet's most luxurious and expensive salad in front of goggle-eyed diners.
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.
When I entered the familiar office his shrunken form lolled in his motorized chair as he stared out, rendered goggle-eyed by his thick glasses--but a strong spirit animated all he said.
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.
As a columnist for the London Evening Standard newspaper, the goggle-eyed aristocrat coined the term "subsidy junkies" to describe Scots.
The stone curlew, though mid-sized, has a strong yellow and black beak, and large yellow eyes, which give it a goggle-eyed appearance and cryptic plumage.
Speculation among goggle-eyed lunchtime office workers and shoppers about the identity of the driver was rife, with some believing it meant a celebrity was in town or even a multi-million-pound footballer.
The recovery of the goggle-eyed plover has been a great success story, its downward population trajectory arrested by hard work from farmers and conservationists.
However, in the television studio as a pundit, he's a one man show of goggle-eyed enthusiasm wearing a succession of flamboyant outfits.
FUNDRAISERS have been left goggle-eyed by a TV star's generous gift.