CEO waded into the morass and basically declared himself Scientology Enemy No. 1.
The act also straightened out a morass of legal requirements.
The facts on the ground are anything but auspicious for America injecting itself into an intra-Arab morass.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is not about digging into the morass of deep dark secrets of the soul.
His life became a morass of anger and self-destruction: suicide attempts, gang activity.
I should think some of them might lead less frequently to bramble and morass.
The street had been transformed into a morass of sticky mud by the storm.
Humor alone could accomplish Munchausen's feat, and draw itself by its own hair out of the morass.
O, into what a morass of sin has he not fallen, and every moment he goes deeper!
The Pennsylvania regiment to which the Wyoming troops belonged, occupied the strip of woods near the morass.
"wet, swampy tract," 1650s, from Dutch moeras "marsh, fen," from Middle Dutch marasch, from Old French marais "marsh," from Frankish, possibly from West Germanic *marisk, from Proto-Germanic *mariskaz "like a lake," from *mari "sea" (see mere (n.)). The word was influenced in Dutch by moer "moor" (see moor (n.)). Figurative use is attested from 1867. Replaced earlier mareis (early 14c.; see marish).