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bayou a marshy lake or slow-moving or stagnant river tributary, found esp. in the southeastern United States.
cranberry a North American shrub growing in marshy ground and bearing a tart, red, edible berry, or the berry itself. [1/2 definitions]
fen1 a low-lying, marshy tract of land; bog.
frog1 any of several amphibians without tails but with long hind legs adapted for jumping, esp. those with a smooth, moist skin and webbed feet, that live in marshy or watery habitats. [1/4 definitions]
graylag a wild gray goose native to marshy areas of Europe.
peat soil, usu. from a marshy area, that is rich in partly decayed organic matter and can be used as fuel or fertilizer.
ropewalk a narrow walkway, esp. one built over marshy ground, that is provided with rope handrails on one or both sides. [1/2 definitions]
sedge any of a large number of grasslike plants with solid stems, many of which grow in marshy areas.
swampy of or like a swamp; marshy; spongy. [1/2 definitions]
tundra the characteristic combination of marshy soil, frozen subsoil, and plant life such as mosses, lichens, and low-growing shrubs, of such an area. [1/2 definitions]
will-o'-the-wisp an elusive, flickering light sometimes seen over marshy ground; ignis fatuus. [1/2 definitions]