Examples of marsh in a Sentence
a wide expanse of marsh
the marshes along the coast support a remarkable profusion of plants and animals
Recent Examples of marsh from the Web
This swampy basin would ultimately become known as the Scott Valley, but Meek's men named it Beaver Valley after its most salient resource: the rodents whose dams shaped its ponds, marshes, and meadows.
The shortages could also affect Iraq’s southern marshes, which were declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 2016.
Rzeznikiewicz brought his group to a variety of different locations, including areas with conifers, open fields, marshes, water bodies, streams, shrub lands, mountain laurel thickets, and deciduous forests.
The marshes, pitch pines and scrub oaks give an outer Cape Cod feel to the park.
BIRDING Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge The 34,000-acre refuge by East Galveston Bay envelops grasslands, marshes, ponds, oak trees and legions of birds.
The only visible wildlife were birds — predators mostly: falcons, egrets, herons, and cranes arcing in wide circles high above the marshes, searching for their next meal.
There’s this sort of unprecedented access to marshes, the Gulf of Mexico and the barrier islands.
The building returned to its home atop the marsh on March 8, the department reported.
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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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