See also: goggleeyed
- Having prominent eyes; with eyes widely opened.
- 1783, William Beckford, Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents, Letter 13, 
- […] now and then we met a goggle-eyed pilgrim trudging along, and staring about him as if he waited only for night and opportunity to have additional reasons for hurrying to Jerusalem.
- 1958, Time, 10 March, 1958, 
- Urging a Harvard University audience to bridge "the gulf between scientific and nonscientific cultures," England's Sir Charles P. Snow, physicist and novelist, mapped the abyss by noting: "I've often asked distinguished English writers and the like a rather simple question, such as 'What idea, if any, do you have of the second law of thermodynamics?', and an air of goggle-eyed stupefaction comes over the party.
- 1974, Esther Pasztory, The Iconography of the Teotihuacan Tlaloc, Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology No. 15, Dumbarton Oaks, Trustees for Harvard University, Washington, D.C., p. 
- 1993, Bob Cryer, Hansard, Mines health and safety, 26 October, 1993, 
- The Minister knew that it was controversial, but as he is an arrogant, right-wing, goggle-eyed extremist, he does not care.
- 1783, William Beckford, Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents, Letter 13,