- low poorly drained land that is sometimes flooded and often lies at the edge of lakes, streams, etc
WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
- Ecologyan area of waterlogged soil covered with tall grasses.
- Ecologya tract of low wet land, often treeless and periodically inundated, generally characterized by a growth of grasses, sedges, cattails, and rushes.
- bef. 900; Middle English mershe, Old English mer(i)sc (cognate with German Marsch). See mere2, -ish1; compare marais, marish, morass
- swamp, bog, fen, marshland, wetland.
Marsh (märsh),USA pronunciation n.
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