morass morass  /mə ˈræs/


  • (n) a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot



  1. Craig led the congregation to a morass of a situation by sitting over the its financial troubles.
  2. The whole of the Eurozone is a morass and there seems to be no solution in sight.


  • Guest column: Take a look in the mirror

    The American public is addicted to carbon products for its energy needs and despite overwhelming evidence that man-made carbon dioxide (CO2) is a credible threat to everyone, we lack the will to act. We are quick to place blame for this morass, but perhaps it is time to look in the mirror.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Pomerado Newspaper Group

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