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morass

a tract of swampy low-lying land
References in classic literature ?
A snake who could make himself comfortable in a quagmire, a hundred feet deep, would be protected on the outskirts by such stupendous morasses as now no longer exist, or which, if they exist anywhere at all, can be on very few places on the earth's surface.
In fact, the chart of Lake Tchad is very difficult to trace with exactitude, for it is surrounded by muddy and almost impassable morasses, in which Barth thought that he was doomed to perish.
The forests and morasses of Germany were filled with a hardy race of barbarians, who despised life when it was separated from freedom.