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Synonyms for bog

Synonyms for bog

a usually low-lying area of soft waterlogged ground and standing water

to interfere with the progress of

Synonyms for bog

wet spongy ground of decomposing vegetation

cause to slow down or get stuck


get stuck while doing something

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Even in the past three years, several BoG members have been relieved and replaced but the situation hasn't shown any sign of improvement.
A 60-yard trench is cut through the bog, which fills with water.
Washington was just one stop during the 2016 bog tour, now in its 12th year.
The name Wirral comes from the Ancient English, 'wir' meaning Bog Myrtle and 'heal' meaning corner (as in peninsula).
ANCIENT peat bogs at Cors Caron that provide a habitat for rare wildlife and emit high levels of carbon dioxide are currently being repaired by National Resource Wales (NRW).
His aunt Kathleen Heffernan is 85 but is still drawn to the bog just as much as when she was a young girl.
Stoker, more specifically, explores the incongruities between the nature preservationist views of Catholic nationalists and the modernising efforts of bog reclamation by Anglo-Irish landowners.
As a prelude to today's main event - the 28th World Bog Snorkelling Championship - competitors yesterday took part in disciplines including bog snorkelling triathlon and bog mountain biking.
Tamarack Bog was drained in 1899, accelerating its succession.
Until a few years ago, many considered the bog turtle, listed as threatened in 1997, to be unrecoverable.
Nearly 2,000 ancient corpses, called bog bodies, have been found preserved in these wetlands.
The work took place a day after International Bog Day, which Marsden Moor's National Trust staff celebrated with a bog discovery trail at Buckstones.
45 Naas 2m4f Grade 3 ATR Card page 52 THE Cheltenham Festival is almost upon us but Ireland's two highest-rated novice chasers, Flemenstar and Bog Warrior, will play no part in it.
The land is degraded peat bog that was previously planted with conifers.
Birmingham based developer St Modwen has donated pounds 10,000 to the Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country's Moseley Bog and Joy's Wood regeneration project.