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I am above concealing my sentiments, though I have boggled at uttering them.MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
He boggled over some of the words, but on the whole he read well, and his harsh voice dropped into a pleasant sing-song.THE PATH OF THE KINGJOHN BUCHAN
He tried the cloak next, but boggled sadly at the fastening of that, and at last was fain to call in help.THE WIDE, WIDE WORLDSUSAN WARNER
This seemed to him an odd way to look at things, and he boggled over a phrase about an "epicene lily."HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
Even the blush he had boggled at came to his cheeks punctually whenever his sheep's-eyes met Fanny's.GHETTO COMEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL
They were, in all, five articles; the only one they boggled at was the fifth, about the indemnity.THE LIFE OF GORDON, VOLUME IIDEMETRIUS CHARLES BOULGER
“Good morning,” nodded Hill and squinted down his eyes as the young man boggled at his words.SILVER AND GOLDDANE COOLIDGE
So is the rouge in Baton Rouge, though the baton is commonly boggled.THE AMERICAN LANGUAGEHENRY L. MENCKEN