Noun(1) a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot
(1) Not everyone likes these cobbled trails but not that long ago this path was thirty feet wide, a swathe of mud and peat, ever-widening as more and more walkers tried to avoid the morass in the middle.(2) We need designers who demonstrate exceptional comprehension: designers who are able to flesh out the meaning from the morass .(3) And in the unfathomable morass of the benefits system, some women can end up in better financial circumstances if they have split from their partner.(4) Their bond is deep, and they have found mutual understanding amid a morass of confusion.(5) This heavy foot traffic placed an intolerable burden on the old, original summit path and what had been a pleasant trail up the hillside had turned into a linear morass of mud and glaur.(6) I felt that the plans team was slowly sinking into a morass of detail.(7) The overall visa problem is really a morass of smaller problems that plague international students and visiting scientists.(8) The first years of the program were a morass of infighting, failed launches, and neglect.(9) By his selections and approach, he has shown that he is determined to find a way through the racial morass that has bedevilled most of his predecessors.(10) Time after time the police would charge, the protesters would flee and in the morass they would easily drag their intended target back behind police lines.(11) But this whole issue has been lost in a morass of other complications.(12) It's become a legal morass , muddied by claims of incompetence and backroom deals.(13) The minister said he hoped to streamline and simplify what he called the morass of laws governing alcohol sales, many of which pre-date the Irish State.(14) she would become lost in a morass of lies and explanations(15) Rumours persist too of other investments in properties and companies; of a morass of financial dealings so complicated that the police are having difficulty getting to the bottom of it all.(16) in midwinter the track beneath this bridge became a muddy morass
1. quagmire ::
2. confusion ::
3. quag ::
Different Formsmorass, morasses
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