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    quagmire - Dictionary definition and meaning for word quagmire

    Definition
    (noun) a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot
    Synonyms : mire , morass , quag , slack
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for quagmire

Take into consideration the First three words QUAgmire. The words resemble earth QUAKE. So earth quake is an awkward predicament, where soil sinks under your feet.

quag(Kauwa)...mire(Marr)....kauwa DALDAL mein phaske margaya

quagmire think it like this quag is sound of frog and mire can be changed with hire so where frog hire of course in quagmire

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add A to it.. AQUA+MIRE == aqua means water .. hence wetland

remember family guy-quagmire!

quagmire(quake-earthquake) when earthquake occurs it makes the sitution dangerous by devastating the houses and so on

QUA(ck)+gmire;quack reminds u of ducks and ducks generally live in marshy areas :)

remember tom cruise in Jerry MAGUIRE? In the movie he opposes his boss...eventually landing in a difficult situation

Take into consideration the First three words QUAgmire. The words resemble earth QUAKE. So earth quake is an awkward predicament, where soil sink under your feet

quag=big:mire=mine: dangerous

If you know mire, you can relate, quag, mire, quagmire all mean the same

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