Definition of boggy in English:

boggy

Syllabification: bog·gy
Pronunciation: /ˈbôgē
 
/

adjective (boggier, boggiest)

  • Too wet and muddy to be easily walked on; marshy: the shrub grows naturally in boggy ground
    More example sentences
    • The path is flat but below the spring line, so there are boggy bits for muddy boots, wet zone rushes and grasses and little ponds.
    • They are actually being used in this country to reclaim swampy, boggy land.
    • Times were slow due to very muddy, boggy, wet conditions.
    Synonyms
    marshy, swampy, miry, fenny, muddy, waterlogged, wet, soggy, sodden; spongy, heavy, sloughy

Derivatives

bogginess

noun
More example sentences
  • Along with bogginess of the iris, there is an apparent loss of iris color and normal architecture.
  • The bogginess extended from the knee to 10 cm above the ankle, yet the skin surface appeared normal.
  • We recognize dampness as water retention, bloating and a sense of bogginess in the body.

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