Definition Of marsh
an area of low-lying land that is flooded in wet seasons or at high tide, and typically remains waterlogged at all times.
It is a large fresh water lake associated with marshes on the flood plains of the river.
Example Of marsh
All around our coastline we have estuaries, docks, harbours, marshes and breakwaters.
Because of its marshiness and flat topography, Savannah is prone to flooding.
Explorer days are also an opportunity to find more about local habitats such as woodlands, bogs, coast and marshes .
Farmers simply saw the marsh as unproductive land that could be used for grazing animals.