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
The home prices boggle: Fort Worth’s are up 9 percent, year over year for three years, and are predicted to go up 17 percent in the next three years.
Even its enormous storms boggle the mind: the Great Red Spot is big enough to contain the Earth.
Quitting the Paris climate deal, for example, would cede leadership to China, a mind-boggling development for many veteran American diplomats.
Ditching the display bezels has resulted in the mind-boggling screen-to-body ratio of 84% for both devices.
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Origin and Etymology of boggle
perhaps from bogle
First Known Use: 1598
BOGGLE Defined for English Language Learners
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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