Definition of 'boggy'
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They will grow on any soil once established, apart from boggy permanently wet sites. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They rise, if not from the ashes, then from the boggy ground. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Parents said it was just a funfair in a boggy field with'fragile' rides surrounded by booze and burger vans. The Sun (2016)This is only done on a dry day when the ground is not boggy underfoot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The hosts could not cope with the diminutive striker on a boggy pitch. The Sun (2012)There are also some marvellously statuesque perennials for boggy soil. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As the flames quickly form and die they appear to dance around the boggy ground. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Let pitches get boggy instead of playing on bowling greens. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Many also thrive in permanently boggy soil. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His best form has come in boggy ground and he just lacks the class to plunder this pot. The Sun (2011)It was a boggy pitch, played in howling winds. The Sun (2014)Many thrive in boggy soil, too. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Particularly good on boggy ground, it is another good choice for a large hedge. Times, Sunday Times (2014)At nine in the morning the rain finally ceased, though the ground was still boggy underfoot. A Model Victory (2005)The 63-year-old was strolling through the boggy farm field with a friend and her dog when the herd charged. The Sun (2009)Hill climbing and boggy fields. The Sun (2012)That's right boggy ground there. Man of Honour (2007)They feed by pushing their long beaks into boggy ground, and can swallow worms without pulling their beaks out of it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's happy in sun or shade, in any soil except boggy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While the French knights may have been initially mounted, many were forced to dismount to lead their troops across boggy ground. Times, Sunday Times (2011)W Rough, wet and boggy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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