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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of boggle.

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Examples

  • This feat, sophomore undergraduates performing original English-language Shakespeare in China, combined with my infinite struggle to read, write, and speak in Chinese, boggles the mind.

    Site-Exchange in Guiyang, Giuzhou University

  • This feat, sophomore undergraduates performing original English-language Shakespeare in China, combined with my infinite struggle to read, write, and speak in Chinese, boggles the mind.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • How anybody can call ANY presidency "failed" when it is only 14% of the way through the term boggles my mind.

    First on the Ticker: RNC Web video targets 'White House in denial'

  • The chair looks comfortable, although the price tag boggles the mind-- that's twice what my car cost!

    See me in the powerchair! Also postcards, packages, isolation and no GP

  • Isn't there meant to be a movie about flies of all things, yes horror flick the mind boggles, that is also in 3D ....

    Shark Attack!

  • The very phrase boggles the mind -- although not so much, perhaps, as the fact that of the 3.9 million American children who will be born in the year 2000, at least 70,000 of them are expected to still be alive in 2100.

    Tomorrow's Child

  • It kind of boggles the mind that Camille Grammer, the soon to be ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer--the prolific and talented actor in such hits as...

    Jill Brooke: The Biggest Mistake Women Make With Alimony

  • It kind of boggles the mind that Camille Grammer, the soon to be ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer--the prolific and talented actor in such hits as...

    Jill Brooke: The Biggest Mistake Women Make With Alimony

  • It kind of boggles the mind that Camille Grammer, the soon to be ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer--the prolific and talented actor in such hits as Cheers and Frasier--can wave her manicured hand dismissively at a reported $40 million payout and say she wants more for the 14 years she was married to him.

    Jill Brooke: The Biggest Mistake Women Make With Alimony

  • It kind of boggles the mind that Camille Grammer, the soon to be ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer--the prolific and talented actor in such hits as Cheers and Frasier--can wave her manicured hand dismissively at a reported $40 million payout and say she wants more for the 14 years she was married to him.

    Jill Brooke: The Biggest Mistake Women Make With Alimony

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