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11.
noun: george
verb: to completely stuff something up
You completely foogled that!!
by smudge8 October 09, 2003
 
1.
1) To ask a friend on chat/email/im (media which by their very nature mean that one is on the internet) a question that could be google'd or wikipedia'd in less time than it takes to ask.
Instead of using google maps like a normal person, Kerry foogled Kelly on gchat asking for directions.


Matt (through IM): Jake, can you tell me Tom Gugliotta's stats in 1997?

Jake: Matt! Don't foogle me!
by Daryl the Janitor March 02, 2009
 
2.
to fool around on Google. The act of foogling. Online rambling for information.

(My sister was complaining of leg pain and said that she was going to Google the symptoms after I told her to go to the doctor. I told her not to foogle, just GO. It was actually a misspelling but I thought the word worked really well for what I felt she was doing.)
Judy would rather foogle than watch TV.

Instead of going to the doctor for a diagnosis, she spent the day foogling.
by Lil-sis November 23, 2013
 
3.
Fucking google
"I swear dude,it's a fact.Just foogle it if you don't believe me"
by FalconX November 11, 2013
 
4.
(noun) a person who relies on google for any task that requires any type of thinking or work; "fool for google"
girl1: Hey, I was wondering if you wanted to come work on that project with me at the library.
girl2: Are you talking about that research project?
girl1: Yea...
girl2: Girl, I'm just going to google it.
girl1: You are such a foogle...
by #1foogle April 09, 2010
 
5.
to kiss and too touch all at once
Allison: Last night Jonathan gave me a gooooood foogleing. I have been waiting for him to do that with me for sooo long!

Erin: Riiiiight... You have NO idea what foogleing is.
by Ernie Booferella August 15, 2007
 
6.
verb.

the act of shatting where someone sleeps.

noun.
a shat shit in a sleeping area
you foogled my eggo and pillow!
by bob March 10, 2005
 
7.
Etymology: Polite/flippant alternative to "fuck", perhaps a contraction of "foo" and "fanagle".

(transitive verb)
1: to casually or passively experiment with something, especially something that is complex and which usually requires an intimate working knowledge.
2: to examine or assess something by brute-force or random testing.

(intransitive verb)
1: to study irrelevant things at an inappropriate time.
2: to futz
"I'm foogling with this car engine."

"He never gets any work done, as he spends all his time foogling around on his computer."
by algo October 15, 2003