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Boggle

Bog´gle
v. i.1.To stop or hesitate as if suddenly frightened, or in doubt, or impeded by unforeseen difficulties; to take alarm; to exhibit hesitancy and indecision.
[imp. & p. p. Boggled ( ); p. pr. & vb. n. Boggling ( ).]
We start and boggle at every unusual appearance.
- Glanvill.
Boggling at nothing which serveth their purpose.
- Barrow.
2.To do anything awkwardly or unskillfully.
3.To play fast and loose; to dissemble.
v. t.1.To embarrass with difficulties; to make a bungle or botch of.
Verb1.boggle - startle with amazement or fear
2.boggle - hesitate when confronted with a problem, or when in doubt or fear
3.boggle - overcome with amazement; "This boggles the mind!"
addle, amaze, around the bush, astonish, astound, awe, awestrike, back out, bad job, baffle, balk, bamboozle, bashfulness, be all thumbs, beat, beat about, bedaze, bedazzle, beef, beg the question, bevue, bewilder, bicker, bitch, blench, blow, blunder, blunder away, blunder into, blunder on, blunder upon, bobble, boggling, bollix, bonehead play, boner, boo-boo, botch, bowl down, bowl over, boycott, buffalo, bumble, bungle, butcher, call in question, cavil, challenge, chicken, chicken out, choplogic, clumsy performance, cobble, commit a gaffe, complain, compunction, confound, cry out against, daze, dazzle, demonstrate, demonstrate against, demur, demurral, desert under fire, diffidence, dispute, dodge, dumbfound, dumbfounder, enter a protest, equivocate, error, etourderie, evade, evade the issue, expostulate, falter, faltering, faux pas, fence, fight shy, fight shy of, flabbergast, flinch, floor, flounder, flub, fluff, foozle, fuddle, fumble, funk, funk out, gag, gaucherie, get, get cold feet, goof up, gum up, hang back, hang off, hash, have qualms, have two minds, hedge, hesitance, hesitancy, hesitate, hesitation, hold off, holler, howl, jib, jump, jump a mile, keep in suspense, kick, lick, lose courage, louse up, lumber, make bones about, mar, march, maze, mess, miscue, mistake, modesty, muddle, muff, murder, mystify, nitpick, nonplus, object, objection, obscure, off day, overwhelm, palter, panic, paralyze, parry, pause, perplex, petrify, pick nits, picket, play havoc with, press objections, prevaricate, protest, pull back, pussyfoot, puzzle, quail, qualm, qualm of conscience, qualmishness, quibble, raise a howl, rally, recoil, remonstrate, sad work, scruple, scrupulosity, scrupulousness, scuttle, shift, shrink, shrinking, shuffle, shy, shy at, shyness, sidestep, sit in, skedaddle, slip, split hairs, spoil, squawk, stagger, stampede, start, start aside, startle, state a grievance, stick, stick at, stickle, stickling, strain, strike, strike dead, strike dumb, strike with wonder, stumble, stump, stun, stupefy, surprise, teach in, tergiversate, throw, trip, waver, wince, yell bloody murder
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