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
Example sentences from the Web for boggle
A Surveillance State that would have boggled the mind of Orwell was born.Snowden Deserves the Medal of Freedom, Not Prosecution|Jay Parini|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Jessica Colaluca, creator and creative of Design Seeds: “It boggled my mind.”Lena Dunham’s 'I'm thin for, like, Detroit’ Comment Gets Motowners Fired Up|Abby Haglage|January 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I am above concealing my sentiments, though I have boggled at uttering them.Mary Wollstonecraft|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
The inspector boggled at the word, and stood confounded by the other's density.Peccavi|E. W. Hornung
He boggled over some of the words, but on the whole he read well, and his harsh voice dropped into a pleasant sing-song.The Path of the King|John Buchan
He tried the cloak next, but boggled sadly at the fastening of that, and at last was fain to call in help.The Wide, Wide World|Susan Warner
This seemed to him an odd way to look at things, and he boggled over a phrase about an "epicene lily."Huntingtower|John Buchan