Part of speech:
An area of low-lying land that is usually saturated with water and is dominated by herbaceous rather than woody plants.
Any of certain other wetland areas, such as a fen, having a peat substrate.
Wet, sticky, soft earth, as on the banks of a river.
To determine or set down the boundaries of
Embroil is defined as to involve someone in an argument or confusion.
To entangle is defined as to become intertwined or wound up within, or cause to become involved in a difficulty.
To shovel muck.
To discard or disregard as undesirable or unfavorable:
To agglutinate or aggregate into a semisolid mass; form a sludge. Used of blood cells.
To maintain in a stall for fattening:
(Intransitive) to enter into an argument, conflict, dispute, or fight
An area or region characterized by marshes or swamps
An area of low-lying, soggy ground.
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.
Any soft, moist, slippery, sometimes sticky matter, as soft mud, the mucous coating on fish, etc.; specif., moist or sticky matter considered filthy or disgusting
(Chiefly plural) Inferior, weak drink or liquid food.
To cause to sink into mud.
To make dirty or muddy.
(Informal) A prohibitionist
Removal of dirt.
Soft mud or slime.
A lowland area, such as a marsh or swamp, that is saturated with moisture:
(Intransitive) To clown around; to have fun, often at the expense of others.
be unable to move further
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