noun, plural gog·gle-eyes, (especially collectively) gog·gle-eye.
Lexical Investigations: GoggleA motley combination of Anglo-Saxon, Latin, and Germanic dialects, the English language (more or less as we know it) coalesced between the 9th and 13th centuries. Since then, it has continued to import and borrow words and expressions from around the world, and the meanings have mutated. (Awesome and awful once meant nearly the same thing.) Some specimens in the English vocabulary have followed unusually …
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Examples from the Web for goggle-eye
Our departed friend, Professor Goggle-Eye, when he made his jump, landed right in my shirt front.The Unspeakable Perk|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Our business was yard-inspection, with Goggle-Eye as general factotum.
We, of course, had ridden out, but Goggle-Eye had preferred to walk.