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1.
Goggles that are fogged on the top half and clear on the bottom half. Used by pilots to simulate flight in instrument conditions so they don't have to wait for bad weather.
Why are you looking up the definition of foggles?
by castnoshadow June 08, 2005
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2.
A word used to describe a state of complete and total confusion usually due to lack of sleep but it can be used in any situation where one is confused.

*Just barely functioning mentally
Profesor: and that is why the answer is X^2 and NOT -X!

STudent: What? I don't understand....I am sooo foggled why didn't I get more sleep last night?
by Quirkykimscrazyandpatheticidea November 02, 2009
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3.
abrv. for "the full ogle." The foggle is a prolonged stare in which the stare-er is so wrapped` up in the ogle, that he (foggler is usually male) does not do "the look away" should his subject notice it. It is usually reserved for persons who are ridiculously out of the foggler's league. The foggle almost never leads to positive contact with its subject, and therefore should never be used a pick-up tool. May lead to altercations.
Girl-"Hey asshole, stop staring at me!"
The Friend-"Dude, you just got caught in the foggle!"
The Foggler-"I know, but did you see that rack? Damn!"
by They call me "The Kid" December 02, 2007
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4.
1. The act of "seeing your breath".

2. Exhaling in a cold environment to see the resulting fog from the temperature difference.
It was so cold this weekend that there wasn't one point at which I couldn't foggle.
by David Southwick January 25, 2004
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5.
A word that can be used to substitute other words such as the -F- word, also can substitute other words -For Example-
What the foggle?

Are you a foggle?

What have you been foggling?

Foggle you!
by Diddit November 02, 2005
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6.
When eye goggles worn for field hockey become fogged up so you can't see anymore.
Oh man, I got foggles again.
by amelia w October 19, 2008
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7.
my teacher ment to say "filled up goggles" but said "gilled up foggles" incredably funny at the time.
i have taken foggles to mean "screw up by teacher"
"today mrs smith did a foggle"
by jenni July 15, 2004
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