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QUAGMIREN [ˈkwaɡˌmī(ə)r]

NOUN
quagmire (noun) · quagmires (plural noun)

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What does quagmires mean?

Definition of quagmire. 1 : soft miry land that shakes or yields under the foot. 2 : a difficult, precarious, or entrapping position : predicament.

What is a sentence for the word Quagmire?

Quagmire in a sentence

  1. In the rainy season the roads become a quagmire.
  2. My wellingtons got stuck in a quagmire.
  3. The Balkan situation became a political and military quagmire.
  4. Rain had turned the grass into a quagmire.
  5. In early April it becomes a quagmire where people challenge their four-wheel-drives in the mud.
  6. They despaired stuck in the eternal quagmire.

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What is the noun for Quagmire?

noun. 1 A soft boggy area of land that gives way underfoot. 'torrential rain turned the building site into a quagmire'. More example sentences. 'In the 19th century, the area was a quagmire with a creek running through it.'. 'The main landscape feature is endless peatbog, surrounded by marsh, leading into morasses, sloughs and quagmires.'.

What is the plural of Quagmire?

quagmire (plural quagmires) A swampy, soggy area of ground. That quagmire regularly 'swallows' caught-up hikers' boots. Synonyms: marsh, marshland, mire, quag. (figuratively) A perilous, mixed up and troubled situation; a hopeless tangle; a predicament.

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