Examples of marsh in a Sentence
a wide expanse of marsh
the marshes along the coast support a remarkable profusion of plants and animals
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Investigators located Theresa’s badly decomposed body on Tuesday in a shallow grave near a marsh in Allegan Game Area, a state game park, said Armold.
The upshot is that freshwater hitting the coastal marshes is largely free of industrial and agricultural pollutants.
The foliage itself isn't always five-star, but it's framed by shimmering saltwater ponds and marshes, fieldstone bridges, and acres of crimson cranberries awaiting harvest.
Alligators have lived in the marshes, swamps, rivers and lakes of the Gulf Coast for centuries, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife.
The marshes are seaward, east of town, on land belonging to the Crown.
This land, with its forests and mountains, marshes and meadows, still attracts men and birds.
Such discussions are as timeless as the smiling eyes of a retriever with fresh marsh mud on her feet.
In Brunswick, Georgia, a coastal town that could be in Irma’s path, there’s a 760-acre site where oil and chemical companies seeped mercury, petroleum and polychlorinated biphenyls into marshes and soil for 80 years.
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