Recent Examples of marshy from the Web
New cattails and rushes sprouted from marshy-looking ground.
D’Orio said high water in the canals has made for challenging fishing, especially around Everglades Holiday Park, because bass have easy access to the marshy interior of the ’Glades known as the flats.
And in Perry’s marshy world of the saltings and science, that’s true enough.
The bodies of two men were found in two suitcases in a marshy area just beyond Cancun’s tourist zone, according to the prosecutor’s office in the Caribbean coast state of Quintana Roo.
Much of it is undeveloped and, in some cases such as the property along Lake Marion, marshy and potentially off-limits for new construction.
The production's marshy sound design gradually unravels itself until the very end, leaving the popular build-drop dance template to the side.
Veterinarians and local villagers came to the aid of a 10-year-old elephant that was stuck in a marshy area with a leg injury at the Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary east of Gauhati, India.
San Diego lifeguards and firefighters pulled the person out of the car, which lay in a marshy spot of the river off Dairy Mart Road and Camino de la Plaza.
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: like or containing soft wet land
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