- n low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water
thousands of acres of marshland
- n United States painter (1898-1954)
- n New Zealand writer of detective stories (1899-1982)
- The yellow giant skidded across the green marsh into the muddy waters of a shallow duck pond, wherein the giant's beak stuck.
- Cleanup crews can't bulldoze the marsh, because that would destroy the wetlands; they can't burn it, because of toxic fumes.
- As the main body of slogan-chanting demonstrators converged on the main gate of the Seabrook site, another group advanced on the area across a salt marsh.
News & Articles
- Marsh returns for Salamanca football
When he stepped away from the Salamanca varsity football coaching job, Jason Marsh had a feeling it wouldn’t be for good. Now, just a year later, Marsh returns to lead the Warriors’ team in 2013.
June 19, 2013 - Salamanca Press
- Salamanca’s Marsh back for football
When he stepped away from the Salamanca football coaching job, Jason Marsh had a feeling it wouldn’t be for good.
June 19, 2013 - Olean Times Herald
- Marsh on Monday: Consequences of European financial fragmentation
Europe is unlikely to see a return of cross-border financial integration sparked by the early apparent success of the monetary union, David Marsh writes
June 17, 2013 - Market Watch
- Bobby Jindal in Edmonton Journal
Oil sits and waits for cleanup. And every day that it waits for cleanup, more and more of the marsh dies,said Jindal, whose words were echoed by a number of local officials.
- Jay Cutler in The Spread
This just opens up a lot of possibilities for us,Cutler said. "We anticipated B-Marsh getting a lot of double coverage up top, and now you can't, because Eddie is on the other side."