Origin of goggle-eyed
Examples from the Web for goggle-eyed
Although we watch the behavior of the super-rich with goggle-eyed fascination, bad feeling toward them lurks in the wings.
She gave one hand to Mormon, the other to Sam, gazing at her in admiration that was radiant and goggle-eyed.Rimrock Trail|J. Allan Dunn
The deathless sea takes no note of the flight of time; it still brings forth only brood upon brood of slimy, goggle-eyed things.In the Open|Stanton Davis Kirkham
Raphael climbed up a dark staircase lined with mummies, Indian idols, stuffed crocodiles, and goggle-eyed monsters.
But in the goggle-eyed monsters of Gillray there is nothing save the hat and the uniform which suggests the real Napoleon.The History of the Nineteenth Century in Caricature|Arthur Bartlett Maurice
Dully Houston turned back to the sheriff and to the goggle-eyed Ba'tiste, trying to fathom it all.The White Desert|Courtney Ryley Cooper
British Dictionary definitions for goggle-eyed
Word Origin and History for goggle-eyed
late 14c.; see goggle (v.).