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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Folks waded into the marsh and fired shots, scooping up a bounty of shocked fish.
In the late 1800s, ditches were built in Fort Wayne so that water could drain into the marsh, which floods every year.
The people who came down to the docks that morning lived on a lump of mud and marsh about 12 miles from the mainland.
The highlight of the trail is a beautiful overlook of a marsh bisected by the Westbrook/Clinton border.
But that front now threatens to march further into the marsh.
For nearly three hours, the scenery on a recent midweek hike through Bradley Mountain changed little: Bushes and trees, rock outcroppings and the occasional small marsh or stream.
Once that was done, multiple cranes lifted the church 10 feet up and moved it back to its famously unique setting above the brown waters of a marsh.
High water is a perennial problem in the 21st century Everglades, where the drainage and water needs of urban South Florida have at various times inundated and dried out the marshes.
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MARSH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of marsh for English Language Learners
: an area of soft, wet land that has many grasses and other plants
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