Origin of marsh
OTHER WORDS FROM marshmarshlike, adjective
Other definitions for marsh (2 of 2)
How to use marsh in a sentence
There were marshes and a salmon river nearby and I found a lake with trout or whatever.
You had one foot on the asphalt and the other in the marshes.
If you lose the marshes and the vegetation, all you're left with is mud, which just slides into the water.
This was bordered by salt marshes only, covered occasionally at spring tides by the sea, some of which extended pretty far inland.Birds of Guernsey (1879)|Cecil Smith
The great auk is but a memory; the bittern booms more rarely in our eastern marshes; and now they tell me Brigadiers are extinct.
But the stork was cruel and would not heed him, and led Cedric a weary chase through the marshes and the brakes.Love's Pilgrimage|Upton Sinclair
Over the bogs and through the marshes, the madness of despair within him, he heeded not the deep ditches and the bog-pools.The Underworld|James C. Welsh
We raced our lorry through country looking just like the Romney Marshes, Sussex.Letters of Lt.-Col. George Brenton Laurie|George Brenton Laurie