- Stare at in a lecherous manner: he was ogling her breastsMore example sentences
- When he's not glued to the TV, he's staring at his computer screen or ogling girls in bars.
- Partygoers scoffed and quaffed their way through £100,000 worth of refreshments, before ogling the exhibits.
- You can while away many happy hours looking at gossip web sites and ogling pictures of your favourite swoonsome celebrities instead of getting on with your work.
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- A lecherous look: a vaguely erotic ogleMore example sentences
- In Shakespeare's time an oeillade was an amorous glance or an ogle.
- And what about all those who have stolen a quick ogle at the stewardesses…
- Several hugs for Matt, many ogles at incredibly hot guys, and one hour of frustrating luggage checking later, four harassed but extremely excited girls huddled around Rachel, wishing her luck.
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- These so called lecherous oglers didn't hit on me thank goodness and we left without violence.
- Don't get me wrong; I'm still a shameless ogler.
- One of the oglers was elbowed roughly by his companion, a beefy ginger-haired young man in a football jersey, who warned, ‘Whoa, throttle back there, stud.’
late 17th century: probably from Low German or Dutch; compare with Low German oegeln, frequentative of oegen 'look at'.