Examples of swampland in a Sentence
attempting to build on swampland
the ecology of the coastal swamplands
Recent Examples of swampland from the Web
Known for building the Broad Causeway and developing Bay Harbor Islands from swampland of mud and mangroves, Broad played a small yet crucial role in the founding of the State of Israel.
There was just one problem: Under Louisiana state law, any waterways that are accessible by boat are supposed to be public property, argued Carpenter—even what was previously unnavigable swampland.
Pennsylvania oil speculators and European immigrants flocked to Lambton County’s mucky swamplands to seek their fortunes in the gumbeds.
Archival footage and stellar images of the band practicing endlessly in a rundown cabin in a swamplands filled with gators and mosquitos underscore what the band was all about.
Retention ponds and thick grasses on some of the property’s perimeter allow the Steinbrenner Field complex, built on swampland, to maintain remnants of that ecosystem.
While Botswana’s northern swampland was ridden with disease-carrying tsetse flies and malaria, Mr. Selby and his clients traversed the bush in style.
Mastodon bones were first discovered in swampland in Phillips Park in January 1934.
Asheville’s Zydeco Ya Ya, which shares CGG’s love of swinging party music and all things swampland, will again be a part of the festivities; horn players Molly Brown and Greg Jarrell join in for the first time this year.
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SWAMPLAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of swampland for English Language Learners
: wet land that is partly covered with water
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