/ev"euhr glayd'/, n.
a tract of low, swampy land, esp. in southern Florida, characterized by clumps of tall grass and numerous branching waterways.
[1815-25, Amer.; EVER + GLADE]

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  • everglade — n. marshland, swamp …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • everglade — ev•er•glade [[t]ˈɛv ərˌgleɪd[/t]] n. geg a tract of low, swampy land, esp. in S Florida, characterized by tall grass and branching waterways …   From formal English to slang

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