woggle

/ (ˈwɒɡəl) /


noun
  1. the ring of leather through which a Scout neckerchief is threaded

Origin of woggle

1
C20: of unknown origin

Words Nearby woggle

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How to use woggle in a sentence

  • And now, at a signal from Ozma, the woggle-Bug arose and addressed the jury.

  • In this book Mr. Baum has told in his inimitable style, the remarkable tale of the woggle-Bug's love affairs.

  • Does it not occur to you that I am several thousand times greater than any woggle-Bug you ever saw before?

  • "Those letters express my degree," answered the woggle-Bug, with a condescending smile.

  • The woggle-Bug listened patiently—even respectfully—to these remarks, and then resumed his story.