Definition of ogle in English:

ogle

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Pronunciation: /ˈəʊg(ə)l
 
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verb

[with object]

noun

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  • A lecherous look: a vaguely erotic ogle
    More 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.

Derivatives

ogler

noun
More example sentences
  • 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.’

Origin

late 17th century: probably from Low German or Dutch; compare with Low German oegeln, frequentative of oegen 'look at'.

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