Definition of marshland in English:

marshland

Line breaks: marsh|land
Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːʃlənd
 
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noun

[mass noun] (also marshlands)
Land consisting of marshes: acres of meadows and marshlands [as modifier]: marshland landscapes
More example sentences
  • Mostly these long-term anoxia-tolerant species inhabit bogs, wet marshlands, pools, river banks, and salt marshes or else are accustomed to survive long periods under a closed ice-layer.
  • The large areas of woodland, moors, marshlands and lowlands around east Lancashire were obviously difficult to manage from the castle.
  • The wetland park, which will soon be the animal's permanent home, will cover 64 hectares of land and include tropical marshland.

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