ogle

[ oh-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF ogle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OGLE

"It's through her that we're in this trap," Ogle stormed on.

"Nor will that serve you," Ogle warned him, still more fiercely.

And if ye' weren't a fool, Ogle, you wouldn't need me to tell you this.

Ogle, with a bent for sarcasm, interposed a suggestion bitterly.

Ogle, however, continued to give proof that his knowledge of gunnery was not of yesterday.

As he stood there deep in thought, he was joined by Hagthorpe, Wolverstone, and Ogle the gunner.

They ogle women more from force of habit than any desire to effect a conquest.

I never did,” replied I; “and I am glad that Ogle has disclosed so much.

In May it is the migrants which we should watch, and listen to, and “ogle” with our opera glasses.

They are not such severe judges as Ogle and Bush, and Marline and our other shipmates.

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