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goggle-eyed

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Definition of goggle-eyed in English:

adjective

Having staring or protuberant eyes, especially through astonishment: he ran out of the room, leaving Mrs Clamp goggle-eyed you can buy goggle-eyed skate direct from the fishing boats
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  • He really stared at me, goggle-eyed, with his mouth hanging open.
  • If these choices get too overwhelming, there's also a tasting menu at Craft, which I ordered on my second visit after staring goggle-eyed at the menu for a minute or two.
  • I don't stare goggle-eyed at them like the boys do.

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Word of the day emulous
Pronunciation: ˈɛmjʊləs
adjective
seeking to emulate someone or something