His good horse was constantly stumbling against some tree or into some bog-hole that by rights ought not to be there.
By standing on tiptoe his nose was just above the edge of the bog-hole, so he could see them.
I saw his head for quite a long time craning out of the bog-hole, but it sucked him down at last.
I was that mad that I might have thrown you into the bog-hole if the craving had not passed from me.
The gray dawn of the morning would see Tim digging away in a bog-hole, may be, or rooting under some old stone walls like a pig.
He would put his foot in a bog-hole and stumble so sharply that I would all but lose my seat.
Dennis rolled over on the ground beside the bog-hole and screamed with laughter.
The path led through it, and if he left the path he would without doubt perish in a bog-hole.
Just to break the monotony the Preacher stepped into a bog-hole and disappeared, temporarily, from view.
Larry was covered with mud from the bog-hole, and Eileen and Dennis were wet and muddy from falling into the puddle.