croggled

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

croggled (comparative more croggled, superlative most croggled)

  1. (dated, fandom slang) Shocked into temporary paralysis; nonplussed; bemused; bewildered.
    • 1962 June, Tom Armistead, “Tom Armistead Meets Ellis Mills”[1], Cry of the Nameless, number 161: 
      CRY came today, but I really wasn't as croggled as I usually am when CRY comes, because I got a visit from a real WKF last night (this being the 10th). You, of course, know Ellis Mills?
    • 2009, Kelly James Patrick, “Mr. Boy”, in The Mammoth Book of Best Short Science Fiction Novels, ISBN 9781845299231, page 233:
      I was so croggled I did not know what to say.

Verb[edit]

croggled

  1. simple past tense and past participle of croggle

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