Learn how to say Ogle correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word ogle:
to look at (someone) amorously or lustfully
(transitive) to stare or gape at
a flirtatious or lewd look
C17: probably from Low German oegeln, from oegen to look at
Example Sentences Including ‘ogle’
“His eyes skimmed over her, landed with an ogle on her briefcase.
Appiganesi, Lisa DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
Far better to ogle at sexy France than watch England humping away prosaically in the missionary position.
Most just ogle the woman who once publicly said she wanted to be noticed from half a mile away.
THE AUSTRALIAN (2004)
On the other hand, London could still pump out the sensations as quick as the world could shift gears to ogle them.
Shawn Levy READY, STEADY, GO!: SWINGING LONDON AND THE INVENTION OF COOL (2002)
Or else he was just a weirdo who liked to go to student nights and ogle all the young girls.
Cecelia Ahern 2004 PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
She still tries to rationaize Miu Miu skirts as household expenses, but she has bigger-ticket items to ogle.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)
Two teenagers from the nearby elite girls ‘ school ogle the firemen (they are worth ogling).
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2001)
WHEN you want to ogle hunks, the only place to go is the beach.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (1999)
We liked to sit near the door so that we could ogle at all the women who came in.
Alex George LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)