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To poggle is to play or muck about with something without seeming to have a particular purpose. Children are especially good at poggling.
The children were poggling with finger paints, squelching their hands around in the paint and making a mess, without actually doing any painting.
The girls wanted to poggle in the garden with their collection of snails and empty shells.
by Mairi Rivers January 03, 2008
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1.
To poggle is to play or muck about with something without seeming to have a particular purpose. Children are especially good at poggling.
The children were poggling with finger paints, squelching their hands around in the paint and making a mess, without actually doing any painting.
The girls wanted to poggle in the garden with their collection of snails and empty shells.
by Mairi Rivers February 06, 2008
4 5
 
3.
To poggle is to play or muck about with something without seeming to have a particular purpose. Children are especially good at poggling.
The children were poggling with finger paints, squelching their hands around in the paint and making a mess, without actually doing any painting.
The girls wanted to poggle in the garden with their collection of snails and empty shells.
by Mairi Rivers December 02, 2007
1 9