Examples of marshland in a Sentence
one hundred acres of marshland
grasses, sedges, and rushes are the plant species most commonly found in marshlands
Recent Examples of marshland from the Web
The name Frogmore was inspired by the abundance of frogs on the estate's marshland.
But nearly five years of toiling in the onetime marshlands of lower Manhattan have brought about a change of heart.
Eventually, the band of crows — called a murder — lands at the San Joaquin marshlands in Irvine, where the birds will spend the night.
As of this week, the bird is still living in the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge, home to some of the last vestiges of southern California's wild marshland and estuaries.
Huge packs have dug up hills and riverbanks and mowed down marshlands.
In fact, alligators may help reduce land loss by eating nutria, an invasive rodent that damages about 6,000 acres of marshland each year.
Located in borough of London known as Westminster, the land on which the palace was built has been in the royal family for over 400 years and was originally marshland along the River Tyburn.
In an early job as director of the Jones Beach State Bird Sanctuary, Vogt observed disaster unfolding as government efforts to control mosquitoes resulted in rampant draining, cutting up and poisoning of marshland to get at the insect larvae.
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Definition of marshland for English Language Learners
: an area of soft and wet land
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