from The Century Dictionary.
- Bold; puffed up; boastful.
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Pansy's, far away in the garden, -- in a partly boggish, partly hoggish manner, drenched and desolate; and with something of demoniac temper got into its calyx, so that it quarrels with, and bites the corolla; -- something of gluttonous and greasy habit got into its leaves; a discomfortable sensuality, even in its desolation.
Spying a policeman I breathed a sigh of relief and asked for directions only to be told, "P*** off Ginger, I don't speak boggish."