fenland definition

  • noun:
    • a kind of low-lying ground, usually damp or marshy
    • a kind of low-lying ground, usually damp or marshy
    • Marshy land; fens; particularly, in The united kingdomt, the marshy region in Cambridge, Norfolk, Lincoln, and adjacent counties, today in great component reclaimed.
    • Marshy land; fens; particularly, in England, the marshy area in Cambridge, Norfolk, Lincoln, and adjacent counties, now in great part reclaimed.
    • low-lying damp land with grassy vegetation; often is a transition zone between land and liquid
    • low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; frequently is a transition area between land and water
    • some sort of low-lying surface, often damp or marshy
    • Marshy land; fens; specifically, in England, the marshy region in Cambridge, Norfolk, Lincoln, and adjacent counties, now in great part reclaimed.
    • low-lying wet land with grassy plant life; usually is a transition area between land and water

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