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noun as in wet land covered with vegetation


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Let the friendly hosts, who live on-site, cook you a meal, set you up with fishing gear, or point you to the best local seafood markets and swamp tours.

They live in the moist and muddy soil of wetlands, swamps, and bogs, and their tunnels can be nearly anywhere in a complex overgrown wilderness.

Anaerobic bacteria produce it in places such as sewage, swamps, marshlands, and rice fields, and in the intestines of most animals.

Anaerobic microbes living in such places as sewage, swamps and the intestinal tracts of animals from penguins to people are the only known life-forms on Earth that produce the molecule.

In some ways, it would be easier to just not care, to be one of those people who see no difference among a park, a swamp and the rim of an active volcano, to be one of those people who is mentally living six months ago.

Without any evidence or provocation, she attacks Swamp Thing—and then gets beaten in the only fight she has in the issue.

Electric Swamp Blues How can you possibly find authentic swamp blues in Portland, Oregon?

Klain is not the first to crawl out of the swamp of Biden World on to the larger stage.

When the pioneers reached Toledo it was called “Frogtown” because the place was a swamp.

Yeager took the photo while balancing on a raft in a muddy Jamaican swamp.

A native brought news that a collector and his wife were hiding in a swamp near the road.

Two companies deployed over a swamp and went along the beach under cover of the Utah Battery.

The swamp is more easily accessible from Virginia than from North Carolina.

In the campaign in Holland last war, a party marching through a swamp, was ordered to form two deep.

The road was a bullock track, a swamp of mud amid the larger swamp of the ploughed land and jungle.

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On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swamp, such as: bog, marshland, morass, mud, quagmire, and bottoms.

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