quag

[ UK /kwˈæɡ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot
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How To Use quag In A Sentence

  • It is a political and legal quagmire, so nobody will go near it. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a pity that a book that has such detail is unable to overcome the obstacles of intricacy without leaving the reader stuck in the quagmire of literary and historical obscurity.
  • In Chinese traditional culture , quinquagenarian audience pursue the ethnic harmony and they need ethnic cares .
  • Obama was hawkish about Afghanistan during the campaign, despite well-aired fears that Afghanistan is a quagmire-in-waiting. War: Politics and Power
  • This would be particularly severe for low income economies that are striving to pullout of their current economic quagmires.
  • Fourth, the "quagga"; and fifth, the undetermined species known as the "white zebra," so called from its pale yellow, or Isabella colour. Popular Adventure Tales
  • Each standalone part of the trilogy tells the story of a Stuart king and the political quagmire surrounding them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Even so, this is a legal quagmire with the possibility of litigation or fines flying in all directions.
  • Unpaved roads, the great majority, could become quagmires with the passage of the first few vehicles.
  • By midnight we had crossed the Ghadaf and the quag felt too awful for further progress. Seven Pillars of Wisdom
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