verb (used with object), bog·gled, bog·gling.
verb (used without object), bog·gled, bog·gling.
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Origin of boggle
OTHER WORDS FROM bogglebog·gling·ly, adverb
Words nearby boggle
Example sentences from the Web for boggle
When placed side-by-side, the horrors of the Palestinian propaganda machine begin to boggle the mind.The Crime of Kufr Qaddoum: An EmergencyStandWithDavidMonitor Animal Rights Division Expose|Eli Valley|March 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There was Boggle, the tooth fairy, Sesame Street, family pets, and school plays.
I did not boggle at his slave-dealing, but took him on the spot.Mogreb-el-Acksa|R. B. Cunninghame Graham
I see, when a woman has a mind to't, she'll never boggle at a sin.Dryden's Works Vol. 3 (of 18)|John Dryden
You needn't boggle at it; it's honest got and earned, long before this other racket.Robbery Under Arms|Thomas Alexander Browne, AKA Rolf Boldrewood
However you would immediately require some specimen of my skill; and at that indeed I might boggle a little.
The time to think of risks was gone by; the time to boggle over what honor allowed or forbade had never come to Rupert of Hentzau.Rupert of Hentzau|Anthony Hope