A word used to describe the feeling you get when someone says something so absolutley wrong that you don't even know where to begin to correct them.
Sally: "I'm so glad America bombed Pearl Harbor in World War I so we could all be free!"
Mike: "Sally, that statement just chargins me to the depth of my soul."
A word comically used by Ralph Waldo Emerson to describe how one feels when a person says something so utterly wrong or ignorant that you don't know how to respond.
"Their every truth is not quite true. Their two is not the real two, their four not the real four: so that every word they say chargins us and we know not where to set them right." - Ralph Waldo Emerson