Definition of woggle in English:

woggle

Line breaks: wog¦gle
Pronunciation: /ˈwɒɡ(ə)l
 
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noun

A loop or ring of leather or cord through which the ends of a Scout’s neckerchief are threaded.
More example sentences
  • I had my Howard Jones haircut at the time, incongruous against my woggle and neckerchief.
  • Meanwhile, the 25,000 Scottish Scouts who have pitched at 34 camps across the country this weekend can rest assured that the neckties and woggles which are the hallmark of Scouting are almost certainly here to stay.
  • When I was a Girl Guide (3rd Box Hill Unit) we used to go to our local dawn service, badges shiny, woggles straight, socks pulled up.

Origin

1930s: of unknown origin.

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