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Use "carse" in a sentence
"Hence every early community stands, to start with, near its own cultivable territory, usually a broad river-valley, an alluvial plain, a 'carse' or lowland, for uplands as yet were incapable of tillage by the primitive agriculture of those early epochs."
"What was the special cause of the fen itself? why did not the great lowland become a fertile 'carse' of firm alluvial soil, like that of"
"May lighthouse, where the Firth expands into the German Ocean; and away to the west, over all the carse of Stirling, you can see the first snows upon Ben Ledi."