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- adj. superlative form of boggy: most boggy. most boggy.
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The river-bed, too, was then in its boggiest state.
But in spring the desolation is utter, and the loneliest grouse-moor, and the boggiest burn, are more cheerful and varied than the Landes of Lannemezan, and the foul streamlets which have sawn gorges through the sandy waste.
French Embassy: I haven't the foggiest - the boggiest?
On the trail home, in the boggiest of spots, perched on tiny islands of root and moss, I found diminutive wild white violets, their throats faintly striped with purple.
I don’t know about Caleb, but I planted mine in the least boggiest spot in my garden.
The high points included a run along the canal to Linlithgow finishing with coffee and toastie in Cafe La Ronda then the train home a bitterly cold run in the Pentlands when the ground was brick hard and there were still some deep patches of snow to negotiate one of the boggiest runs I’ve had in the Pentlands, sending us up onto the Kips to try and avoid mud over our ankles
The whole household was out after breakfast to-day to the top of the moor to plant cranberries; and we squeezed and splashed and spluttered in the boggiest places the lovely sunshine had left, till we found places squashy and squeezy enough to please the most particular and coolest of cranberry minds; and then each of us choosing a little special bed of bog, the tufts were deeply put in with every manner of tacit benediction, such as might befit a bog and a berry, and many an expressed thanksgiving to Susie and to the kind sender of the luxuriant plants.