Definition of everglade in English:

everglade

Syllabification: ev·er·glade
Pronunciation: /ˈevərˌɡlād
 
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noun

A marshy tract of land that is mostly under water and covered with tall grass.
More example sentences
  • It is billed as a meditation on an ascendant muddle in Anglo-American culture: a creeping everglade of hype, populism and fame between ‘highbrow’ intellectual culture and ‘lowbrow’ commercial culture.

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