For—not to boggle about it—I am in some uneasiness, Miss Smith.
But Doggie was not one to boggle at the truth, as he saw it.
They may boggle at a word or a phrase in terminology which is avowedly idiomatic.
You might take a needle and boggle up your rags, as decency demands.
I did not boggle at his slave-dealing, but took him on the spot.
She wasn't made for work—any ...