boggle definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To hesitate as though in worry or question.
    • To shy away or perhaps overcome with fright or astonishment: "The mind now boggling after all the numbers up for grabs, both edges agreed to a recess of an hour” ( Henry A. Kissinger).
    • To act ineptly or inefficiently; bungle.
    • to prevent or hesitate like unexpectedly frightened, or perhaps in question, or hampered by unexpected problems; to just take security; showing hesitancy and indecision.
    • To do anything awkwardly or unskillfully.
    • to relax and play fast and free; to dissemble.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause become overcome, just like fright or astonishment.
    • To botch; bungle.
    • To embarrass with difficulties; to produce a bungle or botch of.
  • verb:
    • to-be bewildered, dumbfounded, or puzzled.
    • To confuse or mystify; overwhelm.
    • To embarrass with difficulties; to bungle or botch.
    • over come with amazement
    • startle with amazement or fear
    • hesitate when confronted with difficulty, or when in question or concern
  • noun:
    • A dialectal type of bogle.
    • The act of shying or using security.
    • Objection; scruple; demur.
    • A bungle; a botch.
    • A pitcher or jug wrought within the figure of a guy, maybe not unlike a toby or toby-pitcher.
  • others:
    • To simply take alarm; focus on fright; shy, as a horse.
    • To wait; end, like afraid to continue, or as if impeded by unexpected troubles; waver; shrink.
    • To play quick and free; dissemble; quibble; equivocate.
    • To bungle; be uncomfortable; make clumsy attempts.

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