swamp

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swamp

an area of wooded wet ground, often flooded, in which peat development does not normally occur.

swamp

pertaining to low-lying, marshy ground.

swamp beaver
see coypu.
swamp dock
rumexbrownii.
swamp grass-tree
xanthorrheafulva.
swamp maple
acerrubrum.
swamp wilkweed
asclepiasincarnata.
References in classic literature ?
In the conditions of the proletariat, those of old society at large are already virtually swamped.
Vyse was a nice woman, but her personality, like many another's, had been swamped by London, for it needs a strong head to live among many people.
Within and without the waters rose equally - then lay an instant level with our gunwales - then swamped us, oh
Being out in a boat on the river Lea, especially on Saturday afternoons, soon makes you smart at handling a craft, and spry at escaping being run down by roughs or swamped by barges; and it also affords plenty of opportunity for acquiring the most prompt and graceful method of lying down flat at the bottom of the boat so as to avoid being chucked out into the river by passing tow-lines.