Ogle /ō-gəl/ verb
Definition: Ogle is a glance that invites or challenges amorous feelings. Looking at with greed or interest, as in looking at someone who is already in love. Provocatively eyeing or eyeing in a sexual way. Remember the scene in a movie where the guys all turn on their seats while they watch a pretty girl enter a bar? Those are classic ogling moments.
When you ogle those high-end shoes or that new sports car, you’re using the verb ogle most often to refer to the way people gaze at each other. A common example is the practice of men ogling women much more frequently than women ogling men.
Etymology: Oeglen originates in 1680s German and means “to look at.”
In a Sentence
Edwards is a man of unwavering integrity.
Every good leader has two important qualities; integrity and courage.
In the event of an earthquake, the integrity of the home’s foundation can easily be compromised.