goggled, past tense; goggled, past participle; goggles, 3rd person singular present; goggling, present participle;
Look with wide open eyes, typically in amazement or wonder
“What in the world are you goggling at?”
(of the eyes) Protrude or open wide
tight-fitting spectacles worn to protect the eyes
(goggle) look with amazement; look stupidly
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Protective eyewear set in a flexible frame to fit snugly against the face
(goggle) a wide-eyed stare; a pair of protective eyeglasses; to stare (at something) with wide eyes; to roll the eyes
To dream of goggles, is a warning of disreputable companions who will wheedle you into lending your money foolishly. For a young woman to dream of goggles, means that she will listen to persuasion which will mar her fortune.
Protective eyewear used not only to shade the sun and glare, but also to protect from wind, snow, and other potentially blinding objects.
Glasses type devices worn by swimmers to keep their eyes from being irritated by the chlorine in the water.
Oversized, wrap-around glasses, commonly used when flying open-cockpit aircraft to protect the pilot's eyes. (Photo is of goggles and helmet).
Goggles for skydiving are designed to let a small amount of air in behind the lens to prevent fogging. While some let a new jumper use their sunglasses, most recommend using clear goggles or glasses so the instructor and beginner can maintain eye contact.
the eye mask that Sailormoon initially receives in the manga when she first transforms. With them, she can see through false identities or see someone in trouble (like Naru). However, gradually she uses less and less of it, and by the end of the Black Moon (R) manga, she doesn't ever use it again.
Protective glasses often worn for protection by stone workers along with a derby hat. (Du Mond)
(Safety Goggles) – See “Eye Protection”.
Used to protect your eyes while working with glass. Not used during firing techniques, will not protect against glare, ultraviolet and infrared radiation.
large spectacles furnished with special lenses and reinforced rims for the protection of the eyes from injury.
Safety glass or impact rated plastic, protective eye covering, which is intended to protect workers from eye injuries.
padded strapped protective eyeglasses, a term first recorded in 1715
Protective eye wear used to gurd against ultraviolet rays, wind, and powder.
Protective devices that fit the face, surrounding the eyes in order to shield them from impact, splash, and vapor hazards. Available non-vented or with direct or indirect vents.
A form of protective eye-wear with frequently questioned effeminacy and purpose.
Protective device that covers the face, mouth and ears of a paintball player. Designed to stop paintballs from damaging soft tissue on the head.
A piece of equipment similar to that used by motorists, supposed to keep off tear gas. The rims are backed with strips of sponge which Tommy tears off and throws the goggle frame away.
(2h)C-CL tap twice at eyes.
Eye protection worn by players to prevent eye damage. Paintball goggles are specifically designed for the sport of paintball and should not be substituted with goggles made for any other application other than paintball.