a land-surface depression occupied by waterlogged soil and spongy vegetative material that cannot bear the weight of large animals.
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How to use bog hole in a sentence
The aerial shots were so sharp they could see every bog hole.
The stump gave way, and the drummer splashed into a bog hole.Earth's Enigmas | Charles G. D. Roberts
The path led through it, and if he left the path he would without doubt perish in a bog-hole.The Path of the King | John Buchan
Just to break the monotony the Preacher stepped into a bog-hole and disappeared, temporarily, from view.Days in the Open | Lathan A. Crandall
Larry was covered with mud from the bog-hole, and Eileen and Dennis were wet and muddy from falling into the puddle.The Irish Twins | Lucy Fitch Perkins
His good horse was constantly stumbling against some tree or into some bog-hole that by rights ought not to be there.Bluebeard | Clifton Johnson