Boggle

Boggle is a word game designed by Allan Turoff and originally distributed by Parker Brothers. The game is played using a plastic grid of lettered dice, in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. ==Rules== The game begins by shaking a covered tray of 16 cubic dice, each with a different letter printed on each of its si...
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boggle

[v] - hesitate when confronted with a problem, or when in doubt or fear 2. [v] - startle with amazement or fear
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Boggle

• (v. t.) To embarrass with difficulties; to make a bungle or botch of. • (n.) To stop or hesitate as if suddenly frightened, or in doubt, or impeded by unforeseen difficulties; to take alarm; to exhibit hesitancy and indecision. • (n.) To play fast and loose; to dissemble. • (n.) To do anything awkwardly or unskillfully.Boggle:...
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boggle

verb startle with amazement or fear
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Boggle

[game show] Boggle was an American game show that was broadcast on The Family Channel from March 7 to November 18, 1994. It was based on the board game of the same name. Wink Martindale was the host, and Randy West was the announcer. Wink Martindale and Bill Hillier created and produced four `interactive` games for FAM, Boggle being one of ...
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Boggle

Bog'gle intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Boggled ; present participle & verbal noun Boggling ] [ See Bogle , noun ] 1. To stop or hesitate as if suddenly frightened, or in doubt, or i...
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Boggle

Bog'gle transitive verb To embarrass with difficulties; to make a bungle or botch of. [ Local, U. S.]
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Boggle

Often accompanying bruxing, the rat's eyes bulge and then go back to normal repeatedly and rapidly. Disconcerting on first viewing but perfectly natural.
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