bog bog  /ˈbɑɡ/


  1. (v) cause to slow down or get stuck
  2. (v) get stuck while doing something
  3. (n) wet spongy ground of decomposing vegetation; has poorer drainage than a swamp; soil is unfit for cultivation but can be cut and dried and used for fuel



  1. Two hummocks in a bog are Forts Munoz and Nanawa, 60 mi.
  2. Peter Patterer once put his barnstorming plane down in a Michigan peat bog, was intrigued by its softness, became Peter Patterer the Peatman.
  3. Heath and bog are everywhere.


  1. Small Norton brewery gets pouring license

    Customers can now taste beer samples from Bog Iron Brewing, 33 W. Main St. The company is a small brewery run by friends who have been brewing for 20 years as a hobby, according to co-founder Brian Shurtleff.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Fall River Herald News

  2. BOG questions branch campus performance

    By: Divya Kumar, EDITOR IN CHIEF When the Florida Board of Governors (BOG) began three days of meetings on the USF campus Tuesday, the board had a harsh line of questioning for the host campus after listening to a 20-minute presentation highlighting many...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Oracle

  3. Bog Iron Brewing gets pourers license

    Customers can now taste beer samples from Bog Iron Brewing, located at 33 West Main St., in Norton.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Taunton Gazette

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  1. THE Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay has become "infested" with the "bog-standard Sydney restaurateur" and should be partially demolished to open up views of historic buildings on George Street, the former prime minister Paul Keating...
    on Oct 6, 2008 By: Paul Keating Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. "Clearly, we've had a breakdown in leadership and have bureaucratic medical and contractual processes bog down a speedy solution to these problems," Cody said.
    on Feb 22, 2007 By: Richard Cody Source: NPR

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