Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling a marsh or some aspect of one.

Etymologies

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marsh +‎ -like

Examples

  • Skirting the edge of the marshlike depression which acted as a holding cup for the upper snows, they at last headed it and caught the ultimate trickle that came in beyond it.

    The Young Alaskans on the Missouri

  • Instead, like me, they were forced to hunt from the marshlike cover along the Minnesota shoreline of the Mississippi.

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  • Ben, a black Labrador, assessed matters in a marshlike setting along the Mississippi's western shore at the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and

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  • Instead, like me, they were forced to hunt from the marshlike cover along the Minnesota shoreline of the Mississippi.

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  • Ben, a black Labrador, assessed matters in a marshlike setting along the Mississippi's western shore at the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and

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  • The warning wasn’t really necessary, since Layne had been forced to jump the marshlike combination of mud and grass twice to head off a cow.

    Leftover Love

  • The warning wasn’t really necessary, since Layne had been forced to jump the marshlike combination of mud and grass twice to head off a cow.

    Leftover Love

  • The warning wasn’t really necessary, since Layne had been forced to jump the marshlike combination of mud and grass twice to head off a cow.

    Leftover Love

  • The warning wasn’t really necessary, since Layne had been forced to jump the marshlike combination of mud and grass twice to head off a cow.

    Leftover Love

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