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Things bog often describes (“bog ________”)
ore, iron, myrtle, land, water, oak, moss, trotter, hole, vegetation, plants, holes, cotton, peat, bean, spavin, soil, asphodel, garden, formation, meadow, bodies, rosemary, body, butter, lands, wood, patina, turtle, fir, earth, grass, down, lake, deposits, hansen, bilberry, surface, lemming, laurel, road, pine, birch, pools, hay, forest, trotting, manganese, meadows, lakes, deal, house, finds, lime, pimpernel, plant, orchid, community, flora, timber, succession, stuff, processes, whortleberry, minutes, mud, turf, gardens, waters, pit, pool, rush, oaks, communities, corpses, complex, heather, stratigraphy, cranberry, acres, turtles, edge, soldiers, blueberry, folk

Descriptive words:
peat, great, irish, black, deep, small, large, wet, treacherous, vast, open, red, extensive, miry, impassable, muddy, big, soft, bottomless, brown, danish, marshy, wide, dark, nearby, northern, sphagnum, flat, tamarack, typical, swampy, mere, reclaimed, huge, wild, undrained, spongy, green, snipe, perfect, drained, dangerous, slimy, unpolished, immense, dry, peaty, artificial, frozen, largest, veritable, neighbouring, mossy, shallow, ancient, dismal, quicksand, native, adjacent, hopeless, stinking, dreary, domed, slippery, filthy, foul, adjoining, grassy, thick, desolate, acre, watery, enormous

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Book See bog used in context: 24 rhymes, several books and articles.

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