quagmire[ kwag-mahyuhr, kwog- ]SEE DEFINITION OF quagmire
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUAGMIRE
But now am I indeed fast stuck in a quagmire of uncertainty.
The road through Thiepval was a bog, the village was a quagmire.
The pond was a thin piece of canvas painted to represent the quagmire.
Already our horses were stumbling over corpses as if in a quagmire.
The lane was muddy even in the roadway, and on the banks it was a quagmire.
In coming up out of the quagmire she had got mud on her feet.
Woe to the artist who falls into the quagmire of unbalanced intuition!
In a miserable street, where he looked like a peacock in a quagmire.
"But there is no enemy in this vicinity, except the Texans in the quagmire," added the captain.
Isn't there any way for those men to get out of that quagmire?