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

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Agriculture and industry were bogging down and limiting commerce in England, and many wanted a new livelihood.
THE POCAHONTAS-JOHN SMITH STORYPOCAHONTAS WIGHT EDMUNDS
I was strange to see the horses bogging leg deep during a thunder-storm, and in five minutes after unable to get a drink of water.
THE OVERLAND EXPEDITION OF THE MESSRS. JARDINEFRANK JARDINE AND ALEXANDER JARDINE
Four attempted crossings ended in the hopeless bogging of horses and camels, entailing the carrying of loads and saddles.
SPINIFEX AND SANDDAVID W CARNEGIE
It is too wet to move to-day; the horses are bogging up to their knees.
We followed round them to a convenient spot, and one where our horses could water without bogging.
There was little danger of the jeep bogging down, especially in four-wheel drive.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
I was assigned to direct traffic and keep traffic from bogging down in front of the city hall entrance.
WARREN COMMISSION (12 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. XII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
There was just one place where they could cross the creek without bogging in the tricky mud that was almost as bad as quicksand.
RIM O' THE WORLDB. M. BOWER
Also washed the mud off the horses, who appear to be doing well, and fast recovering from the effects of the bogging.
"I'm bogging," replied Satin quietly without changing position.

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brummagemadjective | [bruhm-uh-juhm ]SEE DEFINITION
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