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  • noun Plural form of pocoson.

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Examples

  • The Carolinas, Georgia, and Virginia all have large areas of coast marshes -- "pocosons" they call them -- only a small part of which has been reclaimed.

    Wealth of the World's Waste Places and Oceania

  • The Coastal Plain region, the land of the big swamps and pocosons, is the natural home of the bear, and almost any one of the extreme eastern tier of counties can still show good sport in bringing him to bay.

    North Carolina and its Resources.

  • Near its northern and eastern borders are two small pocosons, and within its southern section lies one half of the great Angola Bay pocoson, an almost impenetrable jungle of the average character of pocoson lands, with fringes of rich swamp lands on the streams that issue from it.

    North Carolina and its Resources.

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