The land loss continues; every 50 minutes, a football field–size chunk of marshland melts into the sea.
marshland gave a cry as she beheld the sight of the unhappy Wilson slink into a corner.
So the dirge of the frog is the cry of the spirit of river and marshland.
They have searched the woods, and the marshland, and the roadways.
At the back of them was a marshland, dense with trees and underbrush.
The lake was as smooth as a millpond, and surrounded with long stretches of marshland and heavy thickets of tropical growth.
To her supprise Helen came to the door instead of marshland.
Of course the Fenmen hated the very idea of the subjugation of the marshland.
"Ah this is marshland's cooking" thought Helen as she raised the cover of the dish.
In the summer a heavy, sweet scent had hung over the marshland, like the breath of a herd of sleeping cattle.