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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of boggle.

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Examples

  • Since it was the first request she'd made, they hated to refuse her, yet the idea boggled their minds.

    On Wings Of Love

  • That's regardless of whether or not the 'boggled' media choose to recognise it.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • I suppose "boggled" might also be called a pre-existing mental condition a majority of Americans have when it comes to the entire concept of "pre-existing" anything, be it cancer, heart disease or hammer-toes.

    Ellen Snortland: Adjusting Insurance Company Attitudes

  • Would you be "boggled" if I suggest that the characterisation of blacks here as a mob of rampaging gang-rapists is a product of prejudice and, in its emotional manipulation, serves to reinforce prejudice?

    Wisdom, Justice And Mercy

  • Then the walk on Friday happened, which kind of boggled my brain because I couldn't believe how much I was doing and still feeling okay!

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • Parlabane's mind, as far as he was concerned, never 'boggled', but it did play host to some peculiar imagery involving just how this injury may have come about.

    Boiling a Frog

  • Parlabane's mind, as far as he was concerned, never 'boggled', but it did play host to some peculiar imagery involving just how this injury may have come about.

    Boiling a Frog

  • Parlabane's mind, as far as he was concerned1 never 'boggled', but it did play host to some peculiar imagery involving just how this injury may have come about.

    Boiling a frog

  • I’m kind of boggled at the mostly unfavorable reviewer response to Prince Caspian.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » Prince Caspian — what are the reviewers going on about?

  • No offense to the other contributors, but from a commercial standpoint, I would definitely have put Scott Westerfeld’s name on the cover, and I’m kind of boggled that they didn’t.

    Subterranean Magazine To Press « Whatever

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