quaggy

ADJECTIVE
  1. (of soil) soft and watery
    swampy bayous
    a marshy coastline
    quaggy terrain
    muddy barnyard
    the ground was boggy under foot
    miry roads
    the sloughy edge of the pond
    wet mucky lowland
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How To Use quaggy In A Sentence

  • The path itself, or rather the portion of more solid ground on which the travellers half walked, half waded, was rough, broken, and in many places quaggy and unsound.
  • The little River Quaggy has been liberated from decades of confinement in a concrete culvert and given a new naturalistic course; a home for wildlife and a delight for people.
  • We came at last to a bit of quaggy road, which one man, by making a dash as over thin ice, might possibly have got through; for six men and a stretcher this was impossible.
  • quaggy terrain
  • Allfou and the rest of incurables and the last of immurables, the quaggy waag for stumbling. Finnegans Wake
  • We bore to the south down a descent, and came to some moory, quaggy ground intersected with water-courses. Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery
  • She listened to the sermon as from a warm nest safely raised above the quaggy ground of personal feeling. Red Pottage
  • For dinner they each ate a carton of tepid rice and quaggy vegetables. Heaven Lake
  • However, there is one interesting thing about wild, remote, quaggy old Isle of Lewis.
  • We bore to the south down a descent, and came to some moory, quaggy ground intersected with water-courses. Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery
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