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  • Also there are some swampish references in the chapter I revised earlier today.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • Potentially dangerous mold is hardly new in a swampish city like New Orleans, where it's so humid that people say stamps sometimes adhere themselves.

    How Vile Is Katrina's Toxic Goo?

  • Phaedre moved to shut it-to sleep with a window open was considered most unhealthy, and likely was, given the various mosquito-borne diseases in this swampish atmosphere.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • In the preceding campaign he had felled trees and laid them across it, and he had dug holes here and there, which soon contained the desired quantity of swampish water and kept the road as moist as could be wished.

    The Rise of Canada, from Barbarism to Wealth and Civilisation Volume 1

  • That was when all this flat central country was swampish and hadn't been drained off yet.

    Alice Adams

  • That was when all this flat central country was swampish and hadn't been drained off yet.

    Alice Adams

  • There is a chilly vapor off him -- a swampish miasma -- that puts me in a snuffling state, beyond poultice and mustard footbaths.

    Journeys to Bagdad

  • "I will say that if it's a swampish place, at least it's fine soil.

    Drums of Autumn

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