Woggle definition

Boy Scout’s neckerchief clasp or slide, originally a loop or ring of leather.
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(archaic, dialect) Alternative spelling of waggle.
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Noun

Singular:
woggle
Plural:
woggles

Origin of woggle

  • 1923, coined in Australia by Bill Shankley, from earlier American boondoggle. Popularized from 1929 by use in Scouting for Boys, 14th edition, by Baden-Powell.

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