Definition of boggle
Examples of boggle in a Sentence
she boggled her first effort to make Christmas cookies
Recent Examples of boggle from the Web
Bieber basically has two modes: shirtless and wearing outfits that boggle the mind with their intricate textures, layers, and proportions.
After $14 Million in Cleanup, Most L.A. Homeless Camps Remain The numbers are mind-boggling: L.A. public works crews have cleaned 16,500 homeless encampments since 2015, removing more than 3,000 tons of trash.
As Washington continues to boggle the nation with the complex minutiae of health-care reform, the contours of an actual deal aren’t nearly so mystifying.
Below, behold some of her most mesmerizing, mind-boggling work.
Ossoff raised a mind-boggling $20 million in the past three months.
And with that mind-boggling moment as a news peg, the dominoes began to fall with resounding thuds.
There's no line Samuel won't stand in, but there is a request that boggles his mind, even five years in: paying someone to stand in line for a free product.
Considering that much of humanity was still living in caves and wooden huts when Su Nuraxi was built, its three-story citadels, functioning canal system, and retractable wall entrances are mind-boggling feats of engineering.
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Origin and Etymology of boggle
perhaps from bogle
First Known Use: 1598See Words from the same year
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Definition of boggle for English Language Learners
: to be unable to think clearly : to be amazed or overwhelmed
: to make (the mind) unable to think clearly : to amaze or overwhelm (the mind)
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