Examples of swampland in a Sentence
attempting to build on swampland
the ecology of the coastal swamplands
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This forged a unique culture in the area, which was largely swampland and was drained at the turn of the 20th century, with mostly working-class residents settling the land.
Much of Florida's southwest coast is uninhabited swampland, including a large section of Everglades National Park.
The Trumps weren’t selling useless swampland in Florida.
His role in turning South Florida swampland into developable property was widely known
But as the city expanded westward in the 1920s, the lima bean fields were plowed under and the swampland drained to make room for homes.
The nonprofit nature preserve gives visitors a chance to experience an untouched forest and swampland and vistas of Lake Apopka.
Another problem is the Darién Gap, an area of swampland between Panama and Columbia full of paramilitary troops, drug lords and other unpleasant conditions that make building a road there near impossible.
Prior to European settlement, much of the Central Valley would flood and become swampland during the winter, forming what historians describe as a vast inland sea.
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