Many of the salt-marsh plants seen in the Feejees, were also observed here.
The children were all down in the salt-marsh playing at marriage-by-capture.
Now it must look out for itself, eat, grow fat and strong, and then dig its way out into the salt-marsh.
Steered east for twelve miles, over spinifex sand-hills with some salt-marsh flats intervening.
In my portfolio were sketches and studies of the salt-marsh, and in my heart were hopes.
The rattletrap followed the long causeway which crossed the salt-marsh and the San Sebastian River.
Many of the salt-marsh plants seen in the Fijis, were also observed here.
The Connecticut is here tame and uninteresting, with near shores of salt-marsh flatness.
Thus the station of a plant may be a salt-marsh, a hill-side, the bed of the sea, or a stagnant pool.
As they struggled through the salt-marsh, the rank sedge cut their naked limbs, and the tide rose to their waists.
|salt marsh |
A marsh in which the water is saline, especially a coastal wetland that has halophyte vegetation and is regularly flooded at high tide. Coastal salt marshes help to preserve the shoreline by accommodating storm tides.