Oraciones con la palabra "boggy"

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1. Through the boggy valley the insects were irritating.
2. The nearest swamp that I know of is at Boggy Hollow, though.
3. The ground now became damp, and in places boggy and here and there they.
4. The mountain and terrain: steep inclines, loose rocks and boggy, marshy ground.
5. They’d startled her as she searched for the sort of boggy meadow where a certain yellow flower grows.
6. It was difficult seeing where she was in relation to anywhere else there in the middle of the boggy ground.
7. We did so, and at the end of a few hundred yards lost the tracks as we emerged from the boggy portion of the moor.

8. The land could be boggy and at one time, it was said this whole area had been a tidal basin and lower than the sea.
9. But at last he called across the boggy field with a strange frail but growing-more-triumphant-by-the-minute voice:.
10. Physical exam is remarkable for tachycardia because of pain and right knee that is boggy, red, warm and tender to touch.
11. Shivering under my blanket, I squelch after him, my boots slipping and sliding on the boggy ground to where Berndt is standing, similarly wrapped up.
12. Finally after a circuitous route through a series of boggy channels of stagnant seawater mixed with fresh water we reached what appeared to be solid ground.
13. Trench-foot can develop when the feet are immersed in water for long periods, as in the boggy tundra during the summer months (see Cold climate hazards in Health).
14. By the last rays of the setting moon, he surveyed the terrain … it wasn’t as boggy as the land nearer the barracks, looked pretty much like the moors he’d seen down in Devon.
15. With his horizon all his own, yet he a poor man, born to be poor, with his inherited Irish poverty or poor life, his Adam's grandmother and boggy ways, not to rise in this world, he nor his posterity, till their wading webbed bog-trotting feet get talaria to their heels.
16. She always went by way of the swamp; it was a lovely place—a boggy soil, green with the greenest of mossy hillocks; a silvery brook meandered through it and spruces stood erectly, their boughs a-trail with gray-green mosses, their roots overgrown with all sorts of woodland lovelinesses.
17. Nevertheless, to his surprise there were still recognizable landmarks: a spring gurgling up out of the ground where he remembered the ten-year-old Caris kneeling to drink; a huge rock that she said looked as if it must have fallen from heaven; a steep-sided little valley with a boggy bottom where she had got mud in her boots.
18. The fields geese feed in are so specially charming, so green and low-lying, with little clumps of trees and bushes, and a pond or boggy bit of ground somewhere near, and a profusion of those delicate field flowers that look so lovely growing and are so unsatisfactory and fade so quickly if you try to arrange them in your rooms.
19. People must have been living on this site for centuries … she visualised fur clad people with straggly hair wandering around the boggy bits with spears … no, that felt wrong … why would they need spears to collect plants? Baskets, perhaps … did they have baskets then? When exactly would it have been? Her daytime TV watching had given her a hazy smattering of terms – bronze age came before iron age, she knew that … but how much before? And when did they stop being savages and become civilised?

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