If you lose the marshes and the vegetation, all you're left with is mud, which just slides into the water.
The path for our group of six is being carved through tangles of vines and vegetation one machete hack at a time.
vegetation, large trees, and a series of small farm buildings were cleared, and massive holes were dug for the foundations.
She was the 'great mother' who fostered all vegetation and agriculture.
The grotto was completely lost to sight beneath the onslaught of vegetation.
I love dear wild spots in a garden when vegetation admits of them.
The work of vegetation begins first in the irritability of the bark and leaf-buds.
As a god of vegetation, a king would not eat vegetables any more than a savage usually eats his totem.
We are struck with the aspect of barrenness caused by the absence of vegetation.
Brongniart, to show a transition character between the vegetation of the secondary and that of the tertiary formations.
1560s, "act of vegetating," from Middle French végétation, from Medieval Latin vegetationem (nominative vegetatio) "a quickening, action of growing," from vegetare "grow, quicken" (see vegetable). Meaning "plant life" first recorded 1727.
vegetation veg·e·ta·tion (věj'ĭ-tā'shən)
The process of growth in plants.
An abnormal bodily growth or excrescence, especially a clot composed largely of fused blood platelets, fibrin, and sometimes bacteria that is adherent to a diseased heart valve.
A vegetative state of impaired consciousness.