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swampy (adj.)

1690s, from swamp (n.) + -y (2). Related: Swampiness.

updated on January 04, 2014

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Definitions of swampy from WordNet

swampy (adj.)
(of soil) soft and watery;
swampy bayous
Synonyms: boggy / marshy / miry / mucky / muddy / quaggy / sloppy / sloughy / soggy / squashy / waterlogged
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