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Synonyms for swamp

Synonyms for swamp

a usually low-lying area of soft waterlogged ground and standing water

to affect as if by an outpouring of water

Synonyms for swamp

low land that is seasonally flooded

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a situation fraught with difficulties and imponderables

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drench or submerge or be drenched or submerged

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fill quickly beyond capacity

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This key figure of US blues music, who has been making his laid back swamp blues for more than six decades, is a 2012 inductee to the Blues Hall of Fame and has been nominated for three awards in the 2012 Blues Music Awards including Traditional Blues Album for his latest, You Better Listen.
His foot slipped and he just went down into the swamp.
SAVED BY A NOSE: Firefighters battle to save the horse from the muddy swamp
Various government incentive programs can be used by private landowners to improve or create swamp rabbit habitat in southern Illinois.
Ecologists are worried that the red swamp crayfish could cause more harm to the native white-clawed crayfish, which have already been hit by the spread of the American signal crayfish, another invasive species which eats and competes with the indigenous crustacean.
Keywords: Swamp rabbit, Sylvilagus aquaticus, home range, southwestern Indiana
You go through, and there is text that tells about a food web in a swamp.
AN 11-year-old girl with Asperger's syndrome has been found safe after spending five days lost in the alligator-infested Florida swamps.
The GRCA has accepted four donations in the past three years in the same complex, making a total of 24 hectares (60 acres) of land preserved in the Oakland Swamp.
The fact that he modified this swamp with "Japanese" suggests that this swamp identity represented not merely an individual identity but a shared, culturally-particular identity.
It is a success story because stakeholders were able to bridge the gap between different notions of place: a culturally significant rare wetland, and a swamp, good only as a supplemental source of water for a lake.
The setting was a world away from Wimbledon but for 44 teams, including Cowdungbeath, Real Mudrid and Swamp Bog Millionaire, it was a field of dreams in their annual battle for the world title.
Against the backdrop of his theory, this paper will offer a reading of Ernest Hemingway's "Big Two-Hearted River" that attempts to explain Nick's reaction to the swamp, where, "in the fast deep water, in the half light, the fishing would be tragic" (IOT 211, emphasis mine).
Migratory fowls normally make the trip to the swamp from October to February.
A video of the incident, which took place in the coastal province Phatthalung, southern Thailand, on Monday, shows the 450-pound swamp fish struggling in the waters.