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Adjective
/ˈswämpē/,
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swampiest, superlative; swampier, comparative;
  1. Characteristic of or resembling a swamp
    • - a swampy area

  1. boggy: (of soil) soft and watery; "the ground was boggy under foot"; "a marshy coastline"; "miry roads"; "wet mucky lowland"; "muddy barnyard"; "quaggy terrain"; "the sloughy edge of the pond"; "swampy bayous"
  2. (swamp) low land that is seasonally flooded; has more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog
  3. (swamp) drench or submerge or be drenched or submerged; "The tsunami swamped every boat in the harbor"
  4. (swamp) deluge: fill quickly beyond capacity; as with a liquid; "the basement was inundated after the storm"; "The images flooded his mind"
  5. (swamp) a situation fraught with difficulties and imponderables; "he was trapped in a medical swamp"
  6. Daniel Hooper (known as Swampy, born 1973) is an environmental protester or eco-warrior from the United Kingdom. He belonged to a variety of protest groups including the "A30 Exeter to Honiton Protest" and "Fairmile Road Camp".
  7. A swamp is a wetland with some flooding of large areas of land by shallow bodies of water. A swamp generally has a big number of hammocks, or dry-land protrusions, covered by aquatic vegetation, or vegetation that tolerates periodical inundation. ...
  8. (Swamp (comic strip)) Swamp is a comic strip created by Australian Gary Clark. It was first published in 1981. According to Clark, the inspiration and model for this strip was the creeks and lagoons in a bushy suburban Brisbane where he grew up in the 1960s. ...
  9. (Swamp (The Balham Alligators song)) The Balham Alligators came together by chance at a London pub in 1983. The original line-up comprising of Geraint Watkins, Robin McKidd, Kieran O'Connor, Arthur Kitchener and Gary Rickard.
  10. Describing land that is wet like a swamp
  11. (swamp) A type of wetland that stretches for vast distances, and is home to many creatures who have adapted specifically to that environment; To drench or fill with water; To overwhelm; to make too busy or overrun capacity
  12. (swamp) To fill a boat with water.
  13. (swamp) A type of wetland that is dominated by woody vegetation and does not accumulate appreciable peat deposits. Swamps may be fresh water or saltwater and tidal or nontidal.
  14. (Swamp) When a canoe or kayak is accidentally filled with water.
  15. (Swamp) a wetland where the soil is saturated and often inundated and dominated by shrubs (e.g., alder) or trees (e.g., red maple); contrasting with a marsh that has non–woody plants
  16. (Swamp) A generally wet, wooded area where standing water occurs for at least part of the year. In Louisiana, swamps are often characterized by the presence of bald cypress and tupelo-gum trees and almost always occur in areas where freshwater is dominant.
  17. (Swamp) an area of low spongy land too wet to farm, but usually covered with vegetation
  18. (swamp) A wetland dominated by trees.
  19. (SWAMP) Bogged down by feelings that undermine your confidence or well-being; absence of clarity or vision
  20. (Swamp) A forested wetland, flooded during part of the year or with moving groundwater, well aerated, rich in minerals, and storing little or no peat. Swamps may be hardwood or coniferous. Coniferous swamps developed on peat, such as White Cedar Swamps, are often called Treed Fens. ...
  21. (Swamp) A name for Death’s city of in underworld
  22. (Swamp) A type of freshwater wetland that has spongy, muddy land and a lot of water. Many trees and shrubs grow in swamps.
  23. (Swamp) A type of wetland where trees or tall shrubs dominate a landscape characterized by periodic flooding. Swamps have a nearly permanent, sub-surface, nutrient-rich water flow.
  24. (Swamp) An area of soft, permanently or intermittently wet ground, often with coarse grasses or reeds. Also called a marsh or wetland.
  25. (Swamp) Colon, elimination system