Definition of stog in English:

stog

Syllabification: stog
Pronunciation: /stäɡ
 
/

verb

(be stogged) dialect or US
Be stuck or bogged down: people are stogged in their misery
More example sentences
  • Crisp filo pastry stogged full of deliciously sweet figs, encased in a lovely almond batter.
  • Then it would clear out a bit only to be stogged with thicker and more densely packed ice.
  • Before this I had previously been stogged down in the conviction that a stereo's equalization should always be left flat.

Origin

early 19th century: perhaps symbolic and suggested by stick2 and bog.

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