Paludal

Paludal [pÉ™-LOOD-l]


Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 19th century


1. (Of a plant, animal, or soil) Living or occurring in a marshy habitat.


Examples of paludal in a sentence


“Ducks generally prefer to nest in a paludal area.”


“At the base of the hill was a paludal spot full of bulrushes.”