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boggle +‎ -er

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boggler ‎(plural bogglers)

  1. One who boggles.
    • 1859, Charles Dickens, The Haunted House
      The cares of State [] were generally, as in most affairs of State, of an arithmetical character, the Commander of the Faithful being a fearful boggler at a sum.
  2. Something puzzling or confusing.

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