Antonyms for boggled

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He boggled slightly as he came to the "adjective," but got over it safely.

Ludovic boggled horribly at this; but they accorded at last.

I am above concealing my sentiments, though I have boggled at uttering them.

When she had gone on to explain, The Guesser's mind had boggled at her audacity—at first.

First of all you were going to marry the widow; you boggled that.

I boggled about it at first, and thought it was a regular blind lead.

But he boggled when the boys appeared with cases of dynamite on their shoulder.

Kern boggled a good deal over the answer to this, but finally got it out.

The duke of Normandy was a man who boggled at nothing, so301 long as it aided him in accomplishing his ends.

It seems strange, I say, that Bunyan should have grasped with such confidence the four words and then boggled at the other two.