quagmiry

quagmiry

(ˈkwæɡˌmaɪərɪ)
adj
relating to a quagmire
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Faced with such characteristically quagmiry aspects of Shelley's life, Bieri operates throughout with enriching circumspection and admirable restraint.
He reported that the Puerto Caballos-Golfo Fonseca passage was relatively short, fifty-two leagues, and bracketed by two suitable ports; that the nature of the land would allow easy construction of a mule path, possibly even a cart road, no small achievement in a region of such rugged terrain; that in contrast with Panama's sweltering quagmiry corridor, Higueras' corridor led through temperate uplands for much of its length; and above all, that the Higueras corridor was an suitable replacement for Spain's interoceanic traffic.