boggy


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for boggy

Synonyms for boggy

References in periodicals archive ?
The Boggy and Tamtam lanterns play local tunes while swirling along to a display of lights.
EPA determined that waters in Boggy Bayou are significantly impaired for dissolved oxygen and nutrients.
Riders will receive a police escort all the way to Camp Boggy Creek, which will be led by special guest, Steve Buscemi.
In 1998, members of the Petty family took a motorcycle trip to the Boggy Creek Gang Camp in Florida.
Last July, player Callum Garret sloshed through a boggy field during the United Kingdom Swamp Soccer tournament.
He created three FLPs and one LLC: Ladera Land was formed in 1992 to hold a South Texas ranch; Boggy Slough West, LLC was created in 1995 to purchase a Napa Valley, CA winery; and two identical Temple partnerships (one for each of the taxpayer's children) were formed in 1997 solely to hold marketable securities.
CSIRO research officers, Mr Peter Christophersen and partner Ms Sandra McGregor, who live in Kakadu with their four children, have applied their traditional know-how and scientific skills to initiate and lead implementation of the Boggy Plain burning project since 2002.
The Boggy Creek Farm books are on their way for more gardening and local-food-security education.
The only downside for gardens, he said, is in poorly drained yards where the rain can create boggy conditions detrimental to bulbs and other nonthirsty plants.
A spokesperson for the Department of Civil Aviation said that the aircraft's nose wheel was now stuck in boggy ground and that it may take some time to move the aircraft, reports The Star Online.
Achenbach points up the contradiction between the dreamy Washington and the world-weary one when he annotates Washington's diary entry upon completing his 1784 journey: "The more the Navigation of Potomac is investigated, & duly considered,' said the man who had seen almost nothing but rapids, rocks, low-life squatters, land-jobbers, speculators, broken-down taverns, boggy roads, gloomy forests and nearly impossible portages, "the greater the advantages arising from them appear.
made a donation to the Boggy Creek Gang during the World Sailfish Championships here.
And they didn't count the fact that they're in a boggy area and the lake rises and falls.
Besides the bridges and culverts built and repaired, many pieces of corduroy were built over boggy places and holes worn by the wagons in the soft weather of the early summer.