astonished, baffled, bewildered
The 1959 cite at croggle v. might represent this adjective.
Croggled, astounded, amused.
When I finally figured out that she was asking if I was sad at not winning a Nebula, I was becroggled. I finally found my voice and told her that in twenty-five years of reading and writing science fiction, I had heard a hell of a lot of gauche questions, but that really took the cake.]
Riding a running horse bareback isn’t easy when you’re feeling a little croggled from seeing someone completely ignore the laws of physics and magic as you know them.
D. Franson, 'Key to Terminology of S-F Fandom'
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