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Definition of "swampy" [swamp•y]

  • Describing land that is wet like a swamp. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "swampy" in a sentence
  • "A long succession of boiling rapids and waterfalls having in days of yore obstructed the passage of the fur-traders, they had landed at the top of them, and cut a pathway through the woods, which happened at this place to be exceedingly swampy: hence the name Savan (or _swampy_) Portage."
  • "Their car swerved off the road and onto the median which was soggy to the point of swampy from a recent rainstorm."
  • "The pilots changed course and headed for an airport near McComb, Mississippi but the plane stalled near Gillsburg, Mississippi and crashed in swampy woods."