Part of speech:
To go below the surface of water or another liquid:
Deep mud; wet, soggy earth; slush
To drench in or cover with or as if with water.
An area of low, flat, marshy land; swamp; bog
A tract of low, wet, soft land that is temporarily, or permanently, covered with water, characterized by aquatic, grasslike vegetation; swamp; bog; morass; fen
To make fast (a vessel, for example) by means of cables, anchors, or lines:
To flow or leak out slowly, as through very small holes; seep
Of a cave passage, to end in a sump, or to fill completely with water on occasion.
An area or region characterized by marshes or swamps
A peat bog formed by an accumulation of sphagnum moss, leaves, and decayed matter, often with scattered small trees, and found especially in northern North America.
(Uncountable, physics) The set of all possible string theories.
A lowland area, such as a marsh or swamp, that is saturated with moisture:
To interfere with the progress of.
To make difficult for; thwart; impede; frustrate
To retard or obstruct the progress of.
To obstruct is to block or slow or cut off from view.
(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
(Sports) To modify (one's stance), as in baseball or golf, so that it is open.
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