English words and Examples of Usage

use "ogle" in a sentence

He likes to ogle young women, even though he's married to ginger.

Routine work such as exchanging of the data is done by the Optical gravitational Lensing Experiment (ogle) observers.

The airport at ogle would have been privatised, and much improved and
was an officious type who once questioned my right to a privilege ticket to kinnerley without a voucher.

Like the Magic Roundabout, The Herbs feature a cast of colourful and eccentric characters which includes a hyperactive dog called Dill, the very officious Constable knapweed, a bad tempered owl Sage and Bayleaf the fastidious gardener to name but a few.

I don't honestly think he will call for a public enquiry; I think he's just being an officious, petty little troublemaker.

Anyway, a recent edition of BBC's Panorama included an interview with a customs officer (complete with officious Soviet style minder hovering in the background to ensure that the interviewee did not say too much).

Having said that I do like making an officious, but totally accurate gripes at the exam board.

Among the courtiers, Catalabutte, the master of ceremonies, has a personality-officious, irascible-in every production I've seen, but here his subordinate, a little herald in a three-cornered hat, has a personality, too.

It is not racist to want to leave the anti-democratic, officious and financially incompetent European Union.

Yang and Filo quickly changed the site's name to "Yahoo" (in nerd fashion, they joked that Yahoo stood for "Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle").

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