A Surveillance State that would have boggled the mind of Orwell was born.
Jessica Colaluca, creator and creative of Design Seeds: “It boggled my mind.”
The duke of Normandy was a man who boggled at nothing, so301 long as it aided him in accomplishing his ends.
He boggled slightly as he came to the "adjective," but got over it safely.
Even the blush he had boggled at came to his cheeks punctually whenever his sheep's-eyes met Fanny's.
Ludovic boggled horribly at this; but they accorded at last.
There was such a sense of awkwardness upon him that he boggled the simple story altogether.
I am above concealing my sentiments, though I have boggled at uttering them.
First of all you were going to marry the widow; you boggled that.
When she had gone on to explain, The Guesser's mind had boggled at her audacity—at first.