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A night of mediocrity now brooded over the marshy fens of Holland.
VONDEL'S LUCIFERJOOST VAN DEN VONDEL
The banks of the stream were 417 frequently grassy, and there was a great deal of marshy ground.
It was a marshy, dense, and tangled coppice projecting like a sabre tooth between the brigades of Lane and Archer.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
Near by was a hou-tree swamp, a spongy, marshy place where cattle were eating grass that grew under water.
These two towns rise like islands in their naked undulating plains, covered partly with corn, partly with marshy heath.
A site was to be selected on an island in a navigable river, marshy or heavily wooded ground to be avoided.
There had been other deaths while they lay out on the marshy river flats.
THE LIONS OF THE LORDHARRY LEON WILSON
The reeds by the marshy shore were frost-glittering and clattered faintly.
THE TRAIL OF THE HAWKSINCLAIR LEWIS
This insect is rather local, but may be searched for in all marshy places where reeds abound.
BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHSWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
The Pyrenees were already behind us; the town overlooks a wide, marshy plain.

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