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  • adjective comparative form of marshy: more marshy

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Examples

  • Accept that argument – that this is about preserving communities, not just independent retailers – and you enter a field of debate far wider and marshier than any short review can justly navigate.

    The high street: not just for Christmas shopping | Editorial

  • The land grew marshier, inlets appeared, and soon we traveled over the bridge to the island.

    Middlesex

  • Although Sen pays homage to Reason as a force of transcendence ( "it helps us to transcend ideology and blind belief"), the grounds of his discourse may be marshier than he admits.

    'The Reach of Reason': An Exchange

  • Soon they were going down into marshier country again as they approached the York River, which paralleled the James to the north.

    A different flesh

  • By late afternoon the terrain became lower and marshier and fields of crops began appearing on either side of a rough, red-clay road again.

    Ilium

  • However, towards that fly a fishing-boat was already darting with the swiftness of a water beetle, and causing its two oars to show quiveringly red and grey, while from the marshier of the two banks there began hastily to put out a second boat which leapt in the steamer's wash with the gaiety of a young calf.

    Through Russia

  • As I hurried up the path it became a boardwalk through a marshier area, and a penguin jumped up onto it and walked down ahead of me!

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • KENT - Opened in 2007, this beloved paved trail meanders through the Soos Creek Valley - atop raised decking through the marshier stretches - from Southeast 192nd Street, just south of Renton, to 152nd Way Southeast, near Kent's Lake Meridian Park.

    The Seattle Times

  • However, towards that fly a fishing-boat was already darting with the swiftness of a water beetle, and causing its two oars to show quiveringly red and grey, while from the marshier of the two banks there began hastily to put out a second boat which leapt in the steamer’s wash with the gaiety of a young calf.

    Through Russia

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