bog hole

bog hole

n.
A hole containing soft mud or quicksand.
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A PENSIONER was rescued from a bog hole while attempting to climb Ireland's highest mountain.
When you see your production designer fly across the camera because they've been picked up by the wind, or you see Marion Cotillard disappear down a bog hole as she's walking along, it brings you all closer together.
He said: "Marion did literally disappear - down a bog hole in Scotland.
The DUP leader said: "We will not be going into a bog hole with Gerry Adams or any of his reprobates.
So it is genuinely depressing to see Nadine flush her mercurial career down the bog hole by playing truant from her day job to appear in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
All the delicate promotion of Camilla Parker Bowles would have been straight down the royal bog hole.
Her body was finally found in a bog hole miles from where she was snatched.
A FIVE-YEAR-OLD boy drowned after falling into a bog hole yesterday.
Her training regime involves jumping in and out of a particularly squishy bog hole conveniently located behind her home.
Julia's training regime involves jumping in and out of a particularly squishy bog hole conveniently located behind her home.
Conservation action C3 is designed to greatly improve the conditions for submerged aquatic vegetation in the bog holes area.
Wild holly berries, bog holes, sedge, and brakes--words