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BOG'GLE, verb intransitive

1. To doubt; to hesitate; to stop, as if afraid to proceed, or as if impeded by unforeseen difficulties; to play fast and loose. We boggle at every unusual appearance.

2. To dissemble.

BOG'GLE, verb transitive To embarrass with difficulties; a popular or vulgar use of the word in the United States.