mind-boggling

[mahynd-bog-ling]

adjective Slang.

intellectually overwhelming: a mind-boggling puzzle.
emotionally or psychologically overwhelming; mind-blowing.

Origin of mind-boggling

First recorded in 1960–65
Related formsmind-bog·gling·ly, adverb
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mind-boggling

adjective

informal astonishing; bewildering
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Word Origin and History for mind-boggling
adj.

1964; see mind (n.) + present participle of boggle.

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