Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Our cattle, from poverty, bogged in the river, or perished from hunger.

He was a cautious beast, and this may have arisen from his having been often bogged.

Why, it is all firm about here, and nobody could be bogged unless he got into a hole.

Hugo saw at once that it was a great cause and that it was bogged in the greed of individuals.

Nor was this all, for his centre was bogged in the famous marshes of St. Gond.

Will it see me safe through my journey, or leave me bogged in the mire?

You're part human, anyhow, if you did get all bogged up in matrimony.

But the paths were too narrow and their columns were bogged in the mud.

The greatest efforts of the remaining horses were insufficient to draw it from the mire in which it was bogged.

It was dry now, for the summer rains were long overdue, and bogged firmly in the red adobe mud was a gaunt long-horned cow.