everglade[ ev-er-gleyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF everglade
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Oh, maybe it's the one who escaped from the Everglade swamp.
Then she was not altogether insane, for there were many campers at Everglade.
The very best that could be obtained for miles about Everglade.
It was rather a restless night in Orangeade, and all were astir early, for they wanted to be at the Everglade camp by daylight.
"I fancy we are on the north-western edge of the great Everglade swamp," Charley replied.
I know it can't go through to our bay, but it must lead up to the Everglade country where the mangroves won't be so bad.
It is in this watery prairie and Everglade region that we find the immediate environment of most of the Seminole Indians.
Tom was taken to the Everglade camp, which explains why the calls of the girls did not reach him.