bogged in English

cause (a vehicle, person, or animal) to become stuck in mud or wet ground.
the car became bogged down on the beach road

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1. We were bogged down by overwork.

2. The flooding Kishon bogged down Sisera’s chariots

3. They were bogged down by overwork.

4. The tank became bogged down in mud.

5. The tractor is bogged down in the mud.

6. Our discussions got bogged down in irrelevant detail.

7. The soldiers became bogged in the swamp.

8. The bill bogged down after being passed by Congress.

9. 9 I got bogged down by the difficult homework.

10. I've just gotten so bogged down in all this... crap.

11. 25 She is getting bogged down in all this paperwork.

12. The work bogged down for lack of money.

13. The lorry had become hopelessly bogged down in the sand.

14. Talks to settle the pay dispute have become bogged down.

15. The vehicles got bogged down in the heavy mud.

16. The Dream Teamers, as individuals, are not bogged down with ennui.

17. Related to Boggier: bogged, boggiest, get bogged down bog A quagmire covered with grasses, wet, spongy ground; a small marsh or plant community on moist, acidic peat.

18. They become entangled in national budgetary squabbles or bogged down with environmental concerns.

19. We got bogged down in a morass of detail and bureaucratic red tape.

20. Instead of the war ending quickly, it became bogged down in trench warfare.

21. Related to Boggier: bogged, boggiest, get bogged down bog, very old lake without inlet or outlet that becomes acid and is gradually overgrown with a characteristic vegetation (see swamp swamp,

22. They sank into the mud and became hopelessly bogged down. —Judges 4:14, 15; 5:4.

23. Bogged down by lazy writing and shoddy filmmaking, Accepted is a raucous but pointless endeavor

24. That Cheerlessness isn’t a problem, in and of itself, but the writing gets bogged down by the narrow perspective

25. Meanwhile, unlike many bogged-down projects around the globe, the work at Cusiana has been proceeding nonstop.

26. (Proverbs 19:11; Colossians 3:13) Avoid getting bogged down in “debates about words” and “violent disputes about trifles.”

27. But so far, the first two episodes have been bogged down with setting up the premise and too many location scenes.

28. No one foresaw the way those huge armies would get bogged down for years in the mud of Belgium and France.

29. Many people want to help but just don't want to be bogged down with wasteful committee meetings every week for years.

30. Vb , bogs , Bogging or bogged to impede or be impeded physically or mentally Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 ©

31. They may be blinded by avarice, numbed by apathy, paralyzed by indecision, bogged down by routine, or gripped by fear of losing prestige.

32. The plane design education for dysaudia students is in the condition of being bogged down and falls into the circumstances of discomfiture on the aspect of course setup.

33. Bogging happens when a vehicle has become mired in soft ground to such an extent that it cannot move. The vehicle is said to be bogged

34. A large caravan from Arabia entered the city for the Archducal court of Austria, it is bogged down with the spices and gold of the east

35. He said again, 'I am tired of seeing the human mind bogged in a social plenum; I prefer to paint it in a vacuum, freely and sportively Bombinating.'" - Aldous Huxley, Crome Yellow

36. The English were much more comfortable with the 5ft Billhooks they used for farming, and sliced off the business end of the Scots pikes before wading into the bogged-down Scottish ranks

37. Cleaving: A Story of Marriage, Meat, and Obsession, by Julie Powell Julie Powell's penchant for whining carries from her previous novel into "Cleaving." While reading the book, I actually felt very bogged down and depressed, especially after seeing page after page …

38. As Frederick Crews has persuasively argued, secularist Theory is "bogged down in Apriorism."It appears "to satisfy the most austerely skeptical intellectual taste while casually introducing propositions of gnomic certitude, prophetic reverberations, and exhilarating historical scope."

39. In an attempt to answer criticisms that televised matches can be slow or get bogged down in lengthy safety exchanges and that long matches cause problems for advertisers, an alternative series of timed tournaments has been organised by Matchroom Sport chairman Barry Hearn.

40. He also notes that the influence of Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball) shines through in Oda's style of writing with its "huge epic battles punctuated by a lot of humor" and that, in One Piece, he "manages to share a rich tale without getting bogged down by overly complicated plots".

41. Like its predecessor, "Coldness" does not get bogged down in excessively long songs (like some recent Strato kind of does) and he makes much better use of his voice on his own projects by only singing in the upper reaches of his rather impressive range

42. (A Bog is an area of wet, muddy ground that it is difficult to walk through.) Don't Bog down your brother with more suggestions—his paper is due tomorrow, so he needs to commit to a topic and just write about it! We were hoping to open the restaurant by the holidays, but we've gotten Bogged down

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