Definition of stog in English:

stog

verb

US
dialect
  • Be stuck or bogged down.

    ‘people are stogged in their misery’
    • ‘Crisp filo pastry stogged full of deliciously sweet figs, encased in a lovely almond batter.’
    • ‘We stogged the house with moss for installation.’
    • ‘Then it would clear out a bit only to be stogged with thicker and more densely packed ice.’
    • ‘Before this I had previously been stogged down in the conviction that a stereo's equalization should always be left flat.’
    • ‘I find that when I write well measured critiques such as this, all of my writing for months, maybe years, gets stogged in polemics.’

Origin

Early 19th century: perhaps symbolic and suggested by stick and bog.

Pronunciation:

stog

/stɒɡ/