boggy boggy


  • (adj) (of soil) soft and watery



  1. As the situation in Iraq got boggy, the economy soured and the Bush Administration's popularity face-planted, folks wanted a place to vent.
  2. Using helicopters to hop across the boggy ground, the crack British troops confronted an Argentine garrison once estimated at about 600.
  3. Farmer Folke Trana, of Valo, Sweden, was plowing a boggy field when his plow dug out of the gooey dirt a crude wooden dragon's head about a foot long.


  • Tree trimmer charged with burglarizing homes, Osceola deputies say

    An Osceola County tree trimmer has been charged with burglary and grand theft after deputies say he broke into houses while working. Jose Cintron-Resto, 27, was arrested by Osceola County deputies on Tuesday after an undercover agent saw him break into the North Point subdivision on Boggy Creek Road and steal property out of the home, while dressed in his uniform. Resto was arrested and booked ...
    on June 5, 2013     Source: Local 6 Orlando


  1. "I have never seen a ground as boggy in my life," said umpire Jeremy Lloyds. "If we don't get the drying weather - as you can see it is grey and overcast - then it might be the same again tomorrow."
    on Aug 29, 2008 By: Jeremy Lloyds Source:

  2. Wise said: "It is Mick's first home game in charge and it will be played on a boggy ground. We will need strong characters because it is going to be a battle. It is not going to be pretty. Luton face a challenge to climb out of the bottom four but I...
    on Jan 24, 2008 By: Dennis Wise Source: Bradford Telegraph Argus

  3. "I saw a rendering and the Ginn Clubs & Resorts Chevrolet looks spectacular," Marlin said. "It's an honor to drive this car knowing such hard work has been put into it by these Camp Boggy Creek children. I also applaud the Ginn Company for...
    on Jun 28, 2006 By: Sterling Marlin Source: Nascar

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