woggle


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woggle

(ˈwɒɡəl)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) the ring of leather through which a Scout neckerchief is threaded
[C20: of unknown origin]
Translations
portafazzolettone
sölja
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After 40 years' service many others might be thinking of hanging up their neckerchief and woggle - but not Mary.
A Toggle B Boggle C Joggle D Woggle QUESTION 2 - for 2 points: In which group of islands did the hula dance form originate?
Tre, who wore a blazer and a neck-tie fastened with the sort of woggle usually favoured by Scouts, is said to be "head-overheels" for the singer.
At one stage after he became mobbed by the huge crowd, he was seen wearing a Scout scarf and woggle.
They wore wet suits and rubber shoes, and they cracked up when Murphy had them straddle a woggle - a noodle-shaped plastic foam floatation device.
But when the Woggle Bug was showing the Winged Monkeys how fast it could woggle, I woggled off into my own private land of make-believe.
To date, the dramatis personae for this virtual children`s theater consists of just two characters: a big woggle and a small woggle.
A Army B Royal Air Force C Royal Navy D Royal Marines A Toggle B Boggle C Joggle D Woggle QUESTION 2 - for 2 points: In which group of islands did the hula dance form originate?
And in the early afternoon when The Mall itself was opened to the public and the rush to the palace gates began, I was swamped by the crowd, and suddenly found myself surrounded by Scouts insisting I wear a scarf and woggle.
I once tried the Ray Mears technique - hunter's knife, woggle, dried eucalyptus shavings, cotton wool, Aboriginal guide, bleeding palms - but gave up after five hours.
The Hinchliffe Mill J & I school pupil wore his pack's neckerchief and woggle as he joined his parents on the seven mile walk.