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to overwhelm with surprise, wonder, or bewilderment

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startle with amazement or fear

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hesitate when confronted with a problem, or when in doubt or fear

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overcome with amazement

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Letter distribution suggested by Huntington-Hill Boggle Huntington-Hill AAEEGN ABCEHN ABBJOO ACEHIP ACHOPS ACEHNP AFFKPS AEGHIL AOOTTW AEHILY CIMOTV AEHILY DEILRX AENRUV DELRVY DEFIST DISTTY DEFOST EEGHNW DEOSTW EEINSU DOSTWZ EHRTVW EGILST EIOSST EKONRU ELRTTY JNORTU HIMNQU MNORTX HLNNRZ MOQRST Furtherinformation on how the creators of Boggle determined the letterdistribution (which, incidentally, has changed among various editions)was unavailable.
1x Trivial Pursuit, 1x Cluedo, 1x Battleship, 1x Boggle Slam, and 1x Pictureka Shuffle‡ cards.Prizes not transferable, not refundable, no whole/part cash alternatives.Delivered within 28 days of competition closing date.Std Trinity Mirror plc Rules apply, see www.
While the Fays do not mind sharing the Earth with humans, the Grays resent it and use troublesome boggles to create havoc in the human world.
Pupils had a great time exploring the coastal area around Boggle Hole.; BACK AT SCHOOL...
In Spogolia the currency is the boggle. 7 grumbeks make one boggle.
It certainly boggles my mind, and it deserves, I think, to boggle yours.
It has to boggle the mind that economic, real estate and regulatory conditions in the city are such that some of this town's most capable and successful private builders are participating in the subsidized, in rem, not-for profit renovation market.
The 12 Shuffle™ family favourites boast a host of famous brands including Transformers, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Nerf, Play-Doh, Monopoly, Guess Who?, Trivial Pursuit, Cluedo, Battleship, Boggle Slam and Pictureka.
Using storytelling, comedy and puppetry, The Boggle invites audiences into the fun and bizarre world of myth and folklore.
Boggle is the name of a word game designed by Allan Turoff and released by Parker Brothers in 1972.
We've spent our time hand-holding, taking long and longing walks by Roath Park Lake and playing Boggle into the night.
The adventure park is based on the best-selling children's book, A Boggle At BeWILDerwood, by Tom Blofeld.
Boggle is an old word meaning ghost, or bogeyman and Boggle Hole is the name of an excavated field leaving a hole that a ghost was said to haunt.
She assured us: 'This current attitude that marriages are disposable boggles my mind.' Forget about the three-minute union with the first Mister Spears, Jason Alexander, it's the thought of that daft biddy apparently believing she's got a mind to boggle which set me offBut I did think RenAe Zellweger looked pretty damn good at her wedding.