- boggle + -er (Wiktionary)
“The real boggler for me is the writer who completely misses the emotional landscape of a period, not just by making the characters modern American or British, but by evoking a completely different period–like the author who is writing Elizabethan but her whole affect is Victorian.”
“To think that the martian bacteria were very similar to our own is also a mind boggler!”
“But before we tackle that mind boggler, "In Touch Weekly" senior editor Amy Palmer joins us.”
“We will get to the bottom of that mind-boggler in tonight ` s "Top of the Block.”
“In one mind-boggler, a particle of light seems to "know" what experimenters have in store during a "double slit" experiment.”
“(Why Tony didn't do the same in the Mid-East is a mind-boggler, considering that what he did do has ended his career).”
“Commander of the Faithful being a fearful boggler at a sum.”
“Today's post on math-magical thinking is a mind-boggler, with a link to a very cool magic site that will surprise and delight you.”
“Think about that one for a minute--it's a real mind-boggler”
“But every day after dinner, for an hour, we were all together, and then the Favourite and the rest of the Royal Hareem competed who should most beguile the leisure of the Serene Haroun reposing from the cares of State – which were generally, as in most affairs of State, of an arithmetical character, the Commander of the Faithful being a fearful boggler at a sum.”
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