Miry vs. Swampy

Miry vs. Swampy — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Miry and Swampy

Miryadjective

Full of or resembling mire; swampy.

Swampynoun

An area of low-lying land that is frequently flooded, especially one dominated by woody plants.

Miryadjective

Smeared with mire; muddy.

Swampynoun

A lowland region saturated with water.

Miryadjective

Relating to a mire; swampy, boggy.

Swampynoun

A situation or place fraught with difficulties and imponderables

a financial swamp.

Miryadjective

(of soil) soft and watery;

the ground was boggy under foota marshy coastlinemiry roadswet mucky lowlandmuddy barnyardquaggy terrainthe sloughy edge of the pondswampy bayous

Swampyverb

To drench in or cover with or as if with water.

Swampyverb

To inundate or burden; overwhelm

She was swamped with work.

Swampyverb

(Nautical) To fill (a ship or boat) with water to the point of sinking it.

Swampyverb

To become full of water or sink.

Swampyadjective

Soggy and marshy; wet like a swamp.

swampy landswampy armpits

Swampyadjective

Flowing smoothly with no harsh tones but possibly including muddy tones.

Swampyadjective

(of soil) soft and watery;

the ground was boggy under foota marshy coastlinemiry roadswet mucky lowlandmuddy barnyardquaggy terrainthe sloughy edge of the pondswampy bayous