Thesaurus / bog
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These sturdy boots hit at your lower calf, which means they keep your pant bottoms dry but don’t make you feel like you’re about to hit up a cranberry bog.

A bog or swamp is a most disagreeable place in which to be caught, and calls for calmness to get out without a wetting or fall.

But already Larry had taken his leave, and she could see him as he flitted across the bog to catch her by some short cut.

Lord KilgobbinCharles Lever

The bog is first levelled, the projecting part being cut into squares of turf, and the soil then burnt and sown with corn.

She would have lain on the ground if it had been a bog instead of dry turf until the ice fit of despair had passed.

A DevoteeMary Cholmondeley

Through the uncurtained glass, Bog could see her hands weaving music with the keys, and almost fancy he could hear it.

Round the BlockJohn Bell Bouton

They crossed the bog at full speed, scaring a silent heron, who was fishing knee-deep in a pool, almost out of his wits.

Lives of the Fur FolkM. D. Haviland

On beautiful turf through woods, then by a cow path across a bog, the path leads until a bare hill top lies full in view.

From the bog the frogs sounded like a continuously and lightly-struck xylophone.

Mountain BloodJoseph Hergesheimer

The road, glistening steel and brown, was no better than an Irish bog for hard riding.

The O'RuddyStephen Crane

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