Recent Examples of swampy from the Web
From the oppressive, swampy heat to the extra athletic effort to the decisions to be made over outfit transitions from bike to desk, summer can make biking feel like a marginally worse alternative to the subway.
And although the pipeline pad — the road that follows the pipe for almost its entire 800 miles — is wide and graveled, the route dips into many swampy valleys.
Or, maybe those two were the same parent birds that fly to Costa Rica in the winter and return to this swampy subarctic valley each spring.
Rooted in outlaw country, slow-burn blues and swampy rock, the Grammy-winning singer's gritty songs and ace band are ready for their own local headlining arena show.
The other tables sit on a huge covered patio equipped with misting fans to combat the swampy heat, which is usually about 92 degrees with 1,000% humidity.
The swampy lowlands were rich with flowering plants, palmettos and ferns.
FORECAST IN DETAIL The typically muggy, swampy DC summer squalor is still on hiatus today and tomorrow.
And there are thousands of them, part of a vast and swampy floodplain forest.
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SWAMPY Defined for Kids
Definition of swampy for Students
: consisting of or like a swamp swampy land a swampy pond
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