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  • adjective Not wearing goggles.


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  • Steam from the springs and geysers dazzled Flandry when he glimpsed it, ungoggled; for a minute residual light-spots hid the whitened mass of Mt. Thunderbelow and die glacier gleam on the Hell-kettle peaks.

    A Circus of Hells Anderson, Poul, 1926- 1969

  • Once more that burst of light, bearable, just bearable this time, to his ungoggled eyes.

    Night of masks Norton, Andre 1965

  • The contrast between the goggled and the ungoggled state was extraordinary -- when one lifted one's orange-tinted snow glasses it was to find a blaze of light that could scarcely be endured.

    South with Scott Edward Ratcliffe Garth Russell Evans Mountevans 1918

  • From time to time (for I, too, was ungoggled) I looked round to nod and smile cheerfully at his wife.

    James Pethel 1915

  • He had glanced up with anxiety and vexation on his ungoggled, dark face, at the first sound of an approaching car, and

    The Car of Destiny Armand [Illustrator] Both 1901

  • Gust after gust darted from ambush, half blinding our ungoggled eyes with the sand they flung by handfuls into our faces.

    The Car of Destiny Armand [Illustrator] Both 1901

  • The anger painted on our ungoggled faces he doubtless attributed to jealousy, as he glanced back to wave a triumphant _au revoir_ before flashing out of sight, round a bend of the road.

    My Friend the Chauffeur Frederic [Illustrator] Lowenheim 1901

  • Grim and silent, the man at the wheel, ungoggled and tense, sent the whirring thing swiftly over the trackless village street and out upon the open country road.

    The Hollow of Her Hand George Barr McCutcheon 1897


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