- 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
- v cause to slow down or get stuck
The vote would bog down the house
- v get stuck while doing something
She bogged down many times while she wrote her dissertation
- Two hummocks in a bog are Forts Munoz and Nanawa, 60 mi.
- Peter Patterer once put his barnstorming plane down in a Michigan peat bog, was intrigued by its softness, became Peter Patterer the Peatman.
- Fred Allen said that radio was "a bog of mediocrity"; John Dos Passes called it "the triumph of the illiterate.
News & Articles
- 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.
June 22, 2013 - Fall River Herald News
- 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...
June 20, 2013 - The Oracle
- Bog Iron Brewing gets pourers license
Customers can now taste beer samples from Bog Iron Brewing, located at 33 West Main St., in Norton.
June 19, 2013 - The Taunton Gazette
- Paul Keating in Sydney Morning Herald
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...
- Richard Cody in NPR
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.