verb (used with object), o·gled, o·gling.
verb (used without object), o·gled, o·gling.
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Origin of ogle
OTHER WORDS FROM ogleogler, nounun·o·gled, adjective
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Kids, often more tech savvy than their parents, ogle XXX-rated photos and videos before they are legally old enough to do so.The Next Frontier of Sex Ed: How Porn Twists Teens’ Brains|Aurora Snow|November 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Shortly before his death in 1882, Charles Darwin received a letter from a physician and classicist named William Ogle.
“I had not the most remote notion of what a wonderful man he was,” Darwin wrote of Aristotle in his reply to Ogle.
"Girl Most Likley is a case of good actors in serious need of worthwhile material, " said Connie Ogle at The Miami Herald.Is Kristen Wiig Still ‘Girl Most Likely’ to Succeed?|Kevin Fallon|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When powerful men stray, the press continues to ogle, and shame, the women they do it with, writes Allison Yarrow.A Scarlet Letter—the Monica Lewinsky-ing of Paula Broadwell|Allison Yarrow|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I already began to ogle the gals in the carridges, and to feel that longing for fashionabl life which I've had ever since.Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush|William Makepeace Thackeray
Abel Bush and Peter Ogle both lived there, and had families, among whom their godson would pass his time pleasantly enough.
As Paul was then so very busy, they promised to return at dinner time, and went on to see Peter Ogle.
Sir Chaloner Ogle, afterward distinguished in the Cartagena expedition, and admiral of the fleet.
The Nightingale was whispering his secret to the Rose,14 and that, full-blown by the zephyr of the dawn, would ogle him in return.Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers|W. A. Clouston