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English words starting with bog

Meanings of Bog:

noun

An area of wet muddy ground that is too soft to support a heavy body.

Usage examples:

A peat bog
verb

Be or become stuck in mud or wet ground.

Usage examples:

The car became bogged down on the beach road

Meanings of Bog off:

phrasal verb

Go away.

Usage examples:

I told him to bog off

Meanings of Bog-down:

phrasal verb

Get stuck while doing something

Bogan

ˈbəʊ.ɡən

Meanings of Bogan:

noun

An uncouth or unsophisticated person regarded as being of low social status.

Usage examples:

Some bogans yelled at us from their cars

Bogart

ˈbəʊ.ɡɑːt

Meanings of Bogart:

verb

Selfishly appropriate or keep (something, especially a cannabis cigarette).

Usage examples:

Don't bogart that joint, my friend

Bogbean

ˈbɒɡbiːn

Meanings of Bogbean:

noun

A plant of bogs and shallow water which has creeping rhizomes, three-lobed leaves, and hairy white or pinkish flowers.

Usage examples:

In the yorkshire dales national park places where bogbean can be seen include the malham tarn natio…

Bogey

ˈbəʊ.ɡi

Meanings of Bogey:

noun

A score of one stroke over par at a hole.

Usage examples:

He walked off the green with a bogey four
verb

Play (a hole) in one stroke over par.

Usage examples:

Brewer told a story about rosburg leading a tournament in portland, but then the next day bogeying …

Bogeyed

ˈbəʊ.ɡi

Meanings of Bogeyed:

verb

Play (a hole) in one stroke over par.

Usage examples:

Brewer told a story about rosburg leading a tournament in portland, but then the next day bogeying …
noun

A score of one stroke over par at a hole.

Usage examples:

He walked off the green with a bogey four

Meanings of Bogeying:

verb

Play (a hole) in one stroke over par.

Usage examples:

Brewer told a story about rosburg leading a tournament in portland, but then the next day bogeying …
noun

A score of one stroke over par at a hole.

Usage examples:

He walked off the green with a bogey four

Bogeyman

ˈbəʊ.ɡi.mæn

Meanings of Bogeyman:

noun

An imaginary evil spirit or being, used to frighten children.

Usage examples:

We kept the blankets pulled over our heads to keep out the bogeyman

Bogeymen

ˈbəʊ.ɡi.mæn

Meanings of Bogeymen:

noun

An imaginary evil spirit or being, used to frighten children.

Usage examples:

We kept the blankets pulled over our heads to keep out the bogeyman

Meanings of Bogeys:

noun

A score of one stroke over par at a hole.

Usage examples:

He walked off the green with a bogey four
verb

Play (a hole) in one stroke over par.

Usage examples:

Brewer told a story about rosburg leading a tournament in portland, but then the next day bogeying …

Meanings of Boggard:

noun

An evil or mischievous spirit.

Usage examples:

During the festival, local residents and businesses will take part in a competition to decorate the…

Boggart

ˈbɒɡət

Meanings of Boggart:

noun

An evil or mischievous spirit.

Usage examples:

During the festival, local residents and businesses will take part in a competition to decorate the…

Bogged

bɒɡ

Meanings of Bogged:

verb

Be or become stuck in mud or wet ground.

Usage examples:

The car became bogged down on the beach road
noun

An area of wet muddy ground that is too soft to support a heavy body.

Usage examples:

A peat bog
phrasal verb

To prevent someone or something from moving on or progressing

Usage examples:

He's a big-picture leader and doesn't get bogged down in the details.

Boggier

ˈbɒɡi

Meanings of Boggier:

adjective

Too wet and muddy to be easily walked on; marshy.

Usage examples:

The shrub grows naturally in boggy ground

Boggiest

ˈbɒɡi

Meanings of Boggiest:

adjective

Too wet and muddy to be easily walked on; marshy.

Usage examples:

The shrub grows naturally in boggy ground

Meanings of Bogging:

adjective

Filthy or disgusting.

Usage examples:

The last of her coffee tasted bogging
verb

Be or become stuck in mud or wet ground.

Usage examples:

The car became bogged down on the beach road
phrasal verb

To prevent someone or something from moving on or progressing

Usage examples:

He's a big-picture leader and doesn't get bogged down in the details.

Meanings of Boggle:

verb

(of a person or their mind) be astonished or baffled when trying to imagine something.

Usage examples:

The mind boggles at the spectacle

Meanings of Boggled:

verb

(of a person or their mind) be astonished or baffled when trying to imagine something.

Usage examples:

The mind boggles at the spectacle

Boggles

ˈbɒɡ.əl

Meanings of Boggles:

verb

(of a person or their mind) be astonished or baffled when trying to imagine something.

Usage examples:

The mind boggles at the spectacle

Meanings of Boggling:

verb

(of a person or their mind) be astonished or baffled when trying to imagine something.

Usage examples:

The mind boggles at the spectacle
adjective

Extremely surprising and difficult to understand or imagine

Usage examples:

The amount of detail is boggling., his company offers a boggling number of different services.

Meanings of Boggy:

adjective

Too wet and muddy to be easily walked on; marshy.

Usage examples:

The shrub grows naturally in boggy ground

Bogie

ˈbəʊ.ɡi

Meanings of Bogie:

noun

An undercarriage with four or six wheels pivoted beneath the end of a railway vehicle.

Usage examples:

Another was an amusing story about a group of french airmen who would ‘borrow’ a railway bogie to g…
verb

(in golf) to score a bogie for a particular hole

Usage examples:

He bogied three of the last five holes.

Bogies

ˈbəʊ.ɡi

Meanings of Bogies:

noun

An evil or mischievous spirit.

Usage examples:

Bogeys and other unpleasant denizens of the night

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