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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography, Nature, Geology
marshlandmarsh‧land /ˈmɑːʃlænd $ ˈmɑːrʃ-/ noun [uncountable]  SGDNan area of low wet ground that is always softfen
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marshlandIn the countryside, large working farms interrupted a landscape of mountains, meadow, marshland, and abandoned quarries.He bought the light and many acres of marshland and salting surrounding it.These conditions are best met in low-lying areas that were once marshland, and which still lie above a plentiful water table.Most of the surrounding marshland had fallen to the crippling infection.It declined by slow attrition, rather than On the grand scale of its swarming marshland relatives.But I had a vision that led me straight through the marshland like a fledged arrow to its mark.Farms on the Fens today have all the crops grown in East Anglia, but the Fens was once a vast marshland.The North Star was rolling past the wooded marshland on the northern part of the island to the Jurong Road.
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