Examples of swampland in a Sentence
attempting to build on swampland
the ecology of the coastal swamplands
Recent Examples of swampland from the Web
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.
Tuttle was an American businesswoman who bought 644 acres of swampland and was key in developing the Magic City.
The U.S. swapped a plot of land that used to house the Phoenix Indian School for Native American Children for about 100,000 acres of Florida Everglades swampland that officials wanted to preserve.
The wrecked single-engine Cessna 152 and body were discovered Wednesday in the swampland about seven miles west of Homestead, said Kathleen Bergen, of the Federal Aviation Administration.
The city sat on 650 acres of swampland where the Expo Center, the raceway and golf course are today.
The following books will guide you through the state’s swamplands, retirement communities and cultural enclaves, offering outright or de facto defenses of Florida.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Emerging from swampland more than 35 years ago, the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass has always been a good walk often spoiled by the dangers resting from the first tee to the 18th green.
Desimone bought and drained swamplands along the Duwamish to create fertile farmland that in time gave way to Boeing’s industrial needs.
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First Known Use of swampland
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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