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swamp an area of wooded wet ground, often flooded, in which peat development does not normally occur.
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We walked up on a lot of water buff, but the terrain was much swampier
than where we had been hunting.
They were sent to the furthest corner of the field, which was even swampier
than the second-team pitch, to kick a terrible old football around unsupervised.
The LEM plots near the eastern end of transect P were better drained than those at the western end (where there were areas of occasionally swampier