goo-goo

Related to goo-goo: goo-goo eyes

goo-goo

 (go͞o′go͞o′)
adj. Slang
Amorous or loving, often humorously so: made goo-goo eyes at her.

[Perhaps alteration of goggle.]
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Standard Candy will retain their famous Goo-Goo Clusters, which will continue to be made in Nashville and sold at the Goo-Goo Shop retail store in downtown Nashville.
IF WE had given birth to twins less than three months ago, we would probably still be goo-goo and ga-ga-ing over them in the house wearing our baggiest tracksuit bottoms, wondering if we will ever get a brush through our hair again and if there is enough Touche Eclat in the world to cover our under-eye circles.
Menu includes Whatchamacallit Open-Faced Cheeseburgers and Sweet Potato Fries; Zucchini-Potato Pancakes with Cheesy Polenta Bites; and Chocolate Goo-Goo Cookies.
In other words, tough luck to those pining to see him don tights for a superhero flick or making macho goo-goo eyes in a romantic comedy.
The reported casualties from this amalgamation are to include Barbee, Weiger, Yanni, Chalmers, Cerezini, White, Goo-Goo, and Wagner.
When you're so discreet you can't even be a good goo-goo, maybe it's time to give up politics and hire yourself out as a butler.
This is the kind of play in which the actors freeze like statues at the end of their songs, and a young girl clasps her hands beneath her chin and makes goo-goo eyes at the object of her affection.
There will be Premiership managers quaking in their boots at the prospect of him making goo-goo eyes in the direction of England, ready to pit his wits back in the real world.
There are parents who insist on letting their children put in the money, and the tiny tot sits there, beaming, clutching a dollar and making goo-goo faces at the usher, while the usher glares back, pleading, "Please.
After a lot of goo-goo, ga-ga-ing with the baby, Kyla was off to her trailer for some lunch.
Emma was fussing over her, but she wasn't being all goo-goo and silly faces.
He forgot to mention, carped one critic, that he also put salt into the oceans, and taught birds to fly and babies to say goo-goo.