Verb(1) startle with amazement or fear(2) hesitate when confronted with a problem, or when in doubt or fear(3) overcome with amazement
(1) you never boggle at plain speaking(2) The mind boggles , and just wants to think about something else instead.(3) Wan was 15 when she mastered that art, and the mind boggles trying to imagine a teenager with no hands and half an arm managing this feat.(4) The mind boggles , and there is nothing to suggest that residents could have any input other than those elected members who recently ruined the evening economy by introducing such exorbitant parking charges.(5) That's why my mind boggles when I see or hear people talking about American Idol.(6) When respected performers like her take five million dollars from Chanel No.5 to transform into little more than a big-screen Avon Lady, however, the mind truly boggles .(7) It boggles the mind that this evil organization prospers as it does.(8) The concept of a 3D David Letterman boggles the mind.(9) The scale of the event boggles the mind and is a measure of the man's imagination and the cast circles of high-rolling friends who answered his invitation.(10) The sheer amount of time and patience it must have taken to painstakingly draw out these complex pieces boggles the mind, which can be said for another series he created from the Surrey Suburban Project.(11) The audacity of it boggles the mind.(12) What human behavior boggles the mind of Dr. Phil?(13) That's why my mind boggles when I hear about things like the Roadsworth trial.(14) I see houses being showcased and toured on Channel 4's neverending parade of property programmes and I boggle at the fact that nobody who appears on any of them ever seems to have any stuff.(15) But the fact that we spend so much money on an unlikely problem that has barely affected us, and then question money to be spent on ill evacuees just boggles the mind.(16) The mind boggles as to why the community was not consulted in the first place.
1. marvel ::
2. baffle ::
3. bowl over ::
Different Formsboggle, boggled, boggles, boggling
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