from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Land of swampy consistency or having many swamps on it.
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- n. Low-lying land that is regularly flooded; especially such land that is drier than a bog or a marsh.
- n. (physics) The set of all possible string theories.
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- n. low land that is seasonally flooded; has more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog
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This is the key problem with locating our capital city in swampland … no cliffs!
The houses on the north side of the street border one of the many man-made lakes that dot the area, by-products of the efforts to drain swampland for development.
I'm sure you could provide us here in swampland with an in-depth breakdown on the various political groups and philosophies active within the nation.
Its almost like swampland is TRYING to make us leave.
New Orleans East was a weird place even before the storm, a huge swath of filled in swampland stretching eastward along Lake Ponchatrain for miles, stretched out like an arm from the city-center.
Why not use some of that money to build an economically viable city on higher ground and let that area remain swampland and a tribute to all those that perished.
KING: We should note that the guy offering to sell the swampland is a doctor.
ET) at 4524N, 0984W, five to 10 miles south of Mina, S.D., in swampland.
Sure, and there's this piece of swampland for sale in New Jersey…
One man's tribute to the seductive rhythms, exotic sounds and wild legends of Louisiana's swampland.