One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The goggled girl stopped eating and looked up slowly from her stew, her movements meticulously controlled, arching a thin eyebrow about her goggles.’
- ‘Looking around Joe saw the goggled face of his co-pilot, circling with his hand and then pointing downwards.’
- ‘By reputation, the goggled Dutchman is something of an awkward customer, but first impressions have been favourable.’
- ‘I saw movies of the Great War in the air and was fascinated by those helmeted and goggled men, their faces stained with oil and burned gun powder.’
- ‘I peered into the goggled face and realised it was Guy, our photographer, who had been with me in Marina's front room for the last hour.’
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