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kenny4528

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Mandarin, Taiwan
Hi, I'm wondering if the word orgle sounds very exaggerating to refer to men who are very lustful about women they like:

The men over there seem to orgle any female in tight clothes.
Does it make the desire of men in this context sound like animals?
 
  • liliput

    Senior Member
    U.K. English
    I don't think the word orgle exists.

    To ogle is to stare at lecherously. I suppose this is what you mean. It's no exaggeration and it merely makes men sound like men not animals.
     

    kenny4528

    Senior Member
    Mandarin, Taiwan
    I don't think the word orgle exists.

    To ogle is to stare at lecherously. I suppose this is what you mean. It's no exaggeration and it merely makes men sound like men not animals.

    Thank you very much. I came across this word being used in the other forum and I found its definition from urbandictionary (which, as far as I know, is considered unreliable by most people).
     

    cuchuflete

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    EEUU-inglés
    The urban dict. definitions fall into two broad categories, one or both of which may be acts of...err...creative (?) writing. One involves mating habits of llamas, alpacas and similar beasts. That doesn't fit your context. The other category is fictional, vulgar, and
    not to be taken seriously.
     
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