adjective /ˈmaɪndˌbɒɡ.l̩.ɪŋ/ /-ˌbɑ .ɡl̩.ɪŋ/ INFORMAL

extremely surprising and difficult to understand or imagine:
She was paid the mind-boggling sum of ten million pounds for that film.
She was paid the mind-boggling sum of ten million pounds for that film.
by mi cielo April 30, 2014
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Quite simple; mind + boggle = mind-boggling.
Originating from Douglas Adams book: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy says that if you hold a lungful of air you can survive in the total vacuum of space for about thirty seconds. However, it does go on to say that what with space being the mind-boggling size it is the chances of getting picked up by another ship within those thirty seconds are two to the power of two hundred and seventy-six thousand, seven hundred and nine to one against."
by Aur January 26, 2005
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someone: We're not alone in this universe, b/c if we are, that would be a huge waste of space!

you: WOW that's mind boggling!

if that doesn't work for you go to:
by John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmid December 31, 2009
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To mentally excite or put somebody in a trance due to something. To blow somebody away.

Verb of mind-boggling
That pretty keyboard really got you mind-boggled then
by Nazannex November 3, 2023
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1. The popularity of the "Tea Party Movement" is mind boggling.

2. "Progressivism is the cancer in America and it is eating our Constitution"

"I'm thinking about killing Michael Moore, and I'm wondering if I could kill him myself, or if I would need to hire somebody to do it. ... No, I think I could. I think he could be looking me in the eye, you know, and I could just be choking the life out. Is this wrong?"
by Pedantatron March 19, 2010
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