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Goggle-eyed  adj.  Having prominent and distorted or rolling eyes.

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"Goggle-eyed" Quotes from Famous Books

... which, among deuces and treys, have some court-cards. Let us not then inveigh against the goddess who blindly distributes them. Be it our aim to play those well which fall to our share, and not recklessly cast them away, because we find fewer of those broad-shouldered, goggle-eyed, party-colored gentry than we hoped for. No! let us tuck them carefully away under our thumbs, and make the ...
— The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 100, February, 1866 • Various

... stocking, if you wished to escape being pisky-ledden, or misguided: it was the place to which the "Little Folks"[P] conveyed stolen children: above all, it was the place of dark and cobwebbed corners, where naughty children were put to live with snails and spiders and with great big goggle-eyed buccaboos! ...
— Drolls From Shadowland • J. H. Pearce

... back to the sheriff and to the goggle-eyed Ba'tiste, trying to fathom it all. Weakly he motioned toward Thayer, and his words, when they came, ...
— The White Desert • Courtney Ryley Cooper

Words linked to "Goggle-eyed" :   popeyed, openmouthed, colloquialism, surprised

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