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A topographic surname for someone living by a marsh.
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  1. A topographic surname for someone living by a marsh.
  2. An area of low-lying wetland in which the level of water is generally shallow and often fluctuating. The water may be either standing or slow-moving. The water in a marsh is also more or less neutral or alkaline, in contrast to the water in a bog, which is acidic. The environment of a marsh is in general well-oxygenated and nutrient-rich and allows a great variety of organisms to flourish. In contrast to a swamp, in which there is an abundance of woody plants, the plants in a marsh are mostly herbaceous. Reeds and rushes dominate the vegetation of marshes.
  3. A tract of low, wet, soft land that is temporarily, or permanently, covered with water, characterized by aquatic, grasslike vegetation; swamp; bog; morass; fen
An area of wet, spongy ground consisting mainly of decayed or decaying peat moss (sphagnum) and other vegetation. Bogs form as the dead vegetation sinks to the bottom of a lake or pond, where it decays slowly to form peat. Peat bogs are important to global ecology, since the undecayed peat moss stores large amounts of carbon that would otherwise be released back into the atmosphere. Global warming may accelerate decay in peat bogs and release more carbon dioxide, which in turn may cause further warming.
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  1. An area of wet, spongy ground consisting mainly of decayed or decaying peat moss (sphagnum) and other vegetation. Bogs form as the dead vegetation sinks to the bottom of a lake or pond, where it decays slowly to form peat. Peat bogs are important to global ecology, since the undecayed peat moss stores large amounts of carbon that would otherwise be released back into the atmosphere. Global warming may accelerate decay in peat bogs and release more carbon dioxide, which in turn may cause further warming.
  2. Wet, spongy ground, characterized by decaying mosses that form peat; a small marsh or swamp
  3. An area having a wet, spongy, acidic substrate composed chiefly of sphagnum moss and peat in which characteristic shrubs and herbs and sometimes trees usually grow.
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  1. A swampy, soggy area of ground.
  2. Wet, boggy ground, yielding under the foot
  3. Land with a soft muddy surface.
Any castoff layer, covering, etc.
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  1. Any castoff layer, covering, etc.
  2. (Medicine) A layer or mass of dead tissue separated from surrounding living tissue, as in a wound, sore, or inflammation.
  3. A depression or hollow, usually filled with deep mud or mire.
An area of wet, spongy ground consisting mainly of decayed or decaying peat moss (sphagnum) and other vegetation. Bogs form as the dead vegetation sinks to the bottom of a lake or pond, where it decays slowly to form peat. Peat bogs are important to global ecology, since the undecayed peat moss stores large amounts of carbon that would otherwise be released back into the atmosphere. Global warming may accelerate decay in peat bogs and release more carbon dioxide, which in turn may cause further warming.
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  1. An area of wet, spongy ground consisting mainly of decayed or decaying peat moss (sphagnum) and other vegetation. Bogs form as the dead vegetation sinks to the bottom of a lake or pond, where it decays slowly to form peat. Peat bogs are important to global ecology, since the undecayed peat moss stores large amounts of carbon that would otherwise be released back into the atmosphere. Global warming may accelerate decay in peat bogs and release more carbon dioxide, which in turn may cause further warming.
  2. Wet, spongy ground, characterized by decaying mosses that form peat; a small marsh or swamp
  3. An area having a wet, spongy, acidic substrate composed chiefly of sphagnum moss and peat in which characteristic shrubs and herbs and sometimes trees usually grow.
A monetary unit of China, equal to1100 of a yuan
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  1. A monetary unit of China, equal to1100 of a yuan
  2. A plural form of fan used by enthusiasts of science fiction, fantasy, and anime, partly from whimsy and partly to distinguish themselves from fans of sport, etc.
  3. An area of low, flat, marshy land; swamp; bog
A topographic surname for someone living by a marsh.
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  1. A topographic surname for someone living by a marsh.
  2. An area of low-lying wetland in which the level of water is generally shallow and often fluctuating. The water may be either standing or slow-moving. The water in a marsh is also more or less neutral or alkaline, in contrast to the water in a bog, which is acidic. The environment of a marsh is in general well-oxygenated and nutrient-rich and allows a great variety of organisms to flourish. In contrast to a swamp, in which there is an abundance of woody plants, the plants in a marsh are mostly herbaceous. Reeds and rushes dominate the vegetation of marshes.
  3. A tract of low, wet, soft land that is temporarily, or permanently, covered with water, characterized by aquatic, grasslike vegetation; swamp; bog; morass; fen
An area or region characterized by marshes or swamps
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  1. An area or region characterized by marshes or swamps
  2. Marshy land; bog or fen
A disadvantageous or difficult condition or situation:
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  1. A disadvantageous or difficult condition or situation:
  2. An area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog.
  3. Deep slimy soil or mud.
(Canada) A terrain composed of peat bog with tussocky meadow and woody vegetation including spruce.
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  1. (Canada) A terrain composed of peat bog with tussocky meadow and woody vegetation including spruce.
  2. A peat bog formed by an accumulation of sphagnum moss, leaves, and decayed matter, often with scattered small trees, and found especially in northern North America.
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  1. A swampy, soggy area of ground.
  2. Wet, boggy ground, yielding under the foot
  3. Land with a soft muddy surface.
A stagnant swamp, marsh, bog, or pond, especially as part of a bayou, inlet, or backwater.
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  1. A stagnant swamp, marsh, bog, or pond, especially as part of a bayou, inlet, or backwater.
  2. (Medicine) A layer or mass of dead tissue separated from surrounding living tissue, as in a wound, sore, or inflammation.
  3. A depression or hollow, usually filled with deep mud or mire.
An area of low-lying land that is frequently flooded, especially one dominated by woody plants.
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  1. An area of low-lying land that is frequently flooded, especially one dominated by woody plants.
  2. An area of low-lying wet or seasonally flooded land, often having trees and dense shrubs or thickets.
  3. A piece of wet, spongy land that is permanently or periodically covered with water, characterized by growths of shrubs and trees; marsh; bog
Land of swampy consistency or having many swamps on it.
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  1. Land of swampy consistency or having many swamps on it.
  2. (Uncountable, physics) The set of all possible string theories.
  3. (Countable, uncountable) Low-lying land that is regularly flooded; especially such land that is drier than a bog or a marsh.
Swamps or marshes
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  1. Swamps or marshes
  2. A low-lying area of land that is saturated with moisture, especially when regarded as the natural habitat of wildlife. Marshes, swamps, and bogs are examples of wetlands.
  3. Land that is covered mostly with water, with occasional marshy and soggy areas.
A children's pastime in which a string looped over the fingers is transferred back and forth on the hands of the players so as to form different designs
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  1. A children's pastime in which a string looped over the fingers is transferred back and forth on the hands of the players so as to form different designs
  2. A game in which a string is looped on the fingers to form an intricate pattern between a player's hands that can be successively varied or transferred to another player's hands.
  3. An intricate pattern:
A form of electronic dance music originating in England in the early 1990s, that blends elements of hip hop, reggae, techno, and house music, emphasizing fast tempos, heavy, elongated bass beats, and highly syncopated, complicated breakbeats and rhythms
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  1. A form of electronic dance music originating in England in the early 1990s, that blends elements of hip hop, reggae, techno, and house music, emphasizing fast tempos, heavy, elongated bass beats, and highly syncopated, complicated breakbeats and rhythms
  2. A large, undeveloped, humid forest, especially in a tropical region, that is home to many wild plants and animals.
  3. (Uncountable) A style of electronic music related to drum and bass.
A decorative bow of ribbon, fabric, or braid.
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  1. A decorative bow of ribbon, fabric, or braid.
  2. A lump or knob in a thread, cord, etc., formed by passing one free end through a loop and drawing it tight, or by a tangle drawn tight
  3. The round, often darker cross section of such a lump as it appears on a piece of cut lumber.
The system of interconnecting canals and spaces that make up the inner ear of many vertebrates. The labyrinth has both a bony component, made up of the cochlea, the semicircular canals, and the vestibule, and a membranous one.
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  1. The system of interconnecting canals and spaces that make up the inner ear of many vertebrates. The labyrinth has both a bony component, made up of the cochlea, the semicircular canals, and the vestibule, and a membranous one.
  2. A structure consisting of an intricate network of winding passages bordered as by walls or hedges; specif., such a structure designed for prayer and meditation: technically, a labyrinth (unlike a maze) contains no dead ends and consists of a single path leading to a center
  3. An intricate structure of interconnecting passages through which it is difficult to find one's way; a maze.
Something made up of many confused or conflicting elements; a tangle.
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  1. Something made up of many confused or conflicting elements; a tangle.
  2. An intricate, usually confusing network of interconnecting pathways, as in a garden; a labyrinth.
  3. A labyrinth; a puzzle consisting of a complicated network of paths or passages, the aim of which is to find one's way.
An openwork fabric or structure; a net or network:
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  1. An openwork fabric or structure; a net or network:
  2. A net or network
  3. A structure of interlocking metal links
A quantity of yarn, thread, or the like, put up together, after it is taken from the reel. A skein of cotton yarn is formed by eighty turns of the thread round a fifty-four inch reel.
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  1. A quantity of yarn, thread, or the like, put up together, after it is taken from the reel. A skein of cotton yarn is formed by eighty turns of the thread round a fifty-four inch reel.
  2. A sequence of events, esp. a series of games won or lost by a team
  3. (Figuratively) A web, a weave, a tangle.
A knotted or tangled mass or tuft; tangle
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  1. A knotted or tangled mass or tuft; tangle
  2. A harsh utterance expressing anger, impatience, etc.
  3. A confused, complicated, or tangled situation:
(Informal) A fight, quarrel, or argument
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  1. (Informal) A fight, quarrel, or argument
  2. Any large type of seaweed, especially a species of Laminaria.
  3. An intertwisted, confused mass of things, as string, branches, etc.; snarl
The World Wide Web.
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  1. The World Wide Web.
  2. Something intricately contrived, especially something that ensnares or entangles:
  3. A complex, interconnected structure or arrangement:
Find another word for morass. In this page you can discover 30 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for morass, like: marsh, bog, quagmire, slough, swamp, bog, fen, marsh, marshland, mire and muskeg.