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swampy

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swampy

adjective \ˈswäm-pē, ˈswm-\
swamp·i·erswamp·i·est

Definition of SWAMPY

:  consisting of, suggestive of, or resembling swamp :  marshy
swamp·i·ness noun

First Known Use of SWAMPY

1649

Rhymes with SWAMPY

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