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  1. Gardashura

    mo·rass (mè-räs', mô-)n. 1. An area of low-lying, soggy ground. 2. Something that hinders, engulfs, or overwhelms. -.
  2. Yozshukus

    Aug 31,  · morass: An area of low-lying, soggy ground. from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition.
  3. Dokasa

    Synonyms for morass at mestdelibarecalraperkoszchomoojus.xyzinfo with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for morass.
  4. Sakora

    Dowd Morass was ideal because it had been subject to very tight control of its wetting and drying cycles over the past 30 years: since the mids, it had been kept almost permanently inundated to provide for waterfowl hunting, to allow for breeding of colonial-breeding waterbirds, and to prevent intrusions of saline water from the adjacent Lake Wellington.
  5. Kagakus

    Morass is the Swamp of Memory. Learn about the identity behind the mysterious girl at the end of Arcana and the lost kingdom of Kritias before disaster struck in this region, as the area resonates on the memories of those who pass through them. The minimum level requirement here is Click on a dot to view a map's page.
  6. Bragul

    The definition of a morass is a complex and confusing situation, or is an area of muddy, swampy ground. When a series of misunderstandings has resulted in a situation where everyone you know has his feelings hurt and you don't know how to fix it, this is an example of a morass. A watery, muddy field is an example of a morass.
  7. Shakagis

    Late 15th century from Dutch moeras, alteration (by assimilation to moer ‘moor’) of Middle Dutch marasch, from Old French marais ‘marsh’, from medieval Latin mariscus.
  8. Goltijin

    The path from the wood leads to a morass, and from thence to a ford, which, as the rains have abated, may now be passable.
  9. Dirisar

    A morass is a mushy, muddy patch of ground that you might find in a bog. In other words, it's something you probably don't want to get stuck in. The noun morass comes from .

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