- swamp pink,
- swamp rabbit,
- swamp rose,
- swamp sparrow,
- swamp white oak,
Origin of swamper
Examples from the Web for swamper
Had the swamper by any foul chance come to suspect Val's little plan?
The swamper's face was bruised and there was a smear of dried blood across one cheek as if he had already been roughly handled.
The brown face on the pillow did not change expression as Val greeted the swamper.
"Give them both the thrashing and the preaching," said the swamper.The Lumberjack Sky Pilot|Thomas D. Whittles
There was no immediate answer from the swamper, but Ricky touched Val's arm and nodded toward the bushes.
- a person who lives or works in a swampy region, esp in the southern US
- a person who clears a swamp of trees and undergrowth or who clears a path in a forest for transporting logs
1735, "one who lives in a swampy district," from swamp (n.). Meaning "workman who clears a lumber road through swamp or forest" is 1857, American English; meaning "all-purpose assistant in a restaurant or saloon" is from 1907.