Origin of bog1
OTHER WORDS FROM bogboggish, adjective
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How to use bog in a sentence
Instead, the military commission proceedings are bogged down in a pre-trial phase, as it has been for the past three years.Prosecutors Have No Idea When 9/11 Mastermind’s Trial Will Start|Tim Mak|December 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Two years on, Sarkozy and/or his close associates are still bogged down by at least six unresolved scandals.France’s Ex-Prez Sarkozy Placed Under Formal Investigation for Corruption|Tracy McNicoll|July 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The program paid Thai formers above-market rates for rice, but became bogged down in a financial morass.
For every thoughtful episode of The Walking Dead, there was another bogged down with annoying squabbles and tedious villains.What ‘The Walking Dead’ Can Learn From ‘World War Z’|Melissa Leon|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And so even the greatest TV series tend to be bogged down by endless—and endlessly convoluted—second acts.‘True Detective’ Review: You Have to Watch HBO’s Revolutionary Crime Classic|Andrew Romano|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In crossing a wide crevasse, the sledge became bogged in the soft snow of a drift which had a deceptive appearance of solidity.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
Conal had tried to cross it once in the summer and got bogged there, losing a score of fine beasts.The Pioneers|Katharine Susannah Prichard
But Ive marked the last place e bogged down into, an if e just pokes a nose out once more, ell get it in the neck for keeps.Grapes of wrath|Boyd Cable
The men had not known that the village was occupied and had bogged down almost at the same time that the Turks opened fire.
There was not the slightest chance of moving the fighting cars; they were bogged down to the axle.