boggy

adjective bog·gy \ ˈbä-gē , ˈbȯ- \
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of boggy

boggier; boggiest
:consisting of, containing, resembling, or being a bog :swampy, marshy
  • boggy land
  • Beyond the neighborhood lies a boggy expanse of cordgrass…
  • —Sarah Schweitzer
  • … there was no trail, and it was boggy underfoot, which made walking difficult.
  • —E. B. White

First Known Use of boggy

1587


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