fen (Meaning)

Wordnet

fen (n)

100 fen equal 1 yuan in China

low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water

Webster

fen (n.)

Low land overflowed, or covered wholly or partially with water, but producing sedge, coarse grasses, or other aquatic plants; boggy land; moor; marsh.

fen Sentence Examples

  1. The fen is a type of wetland characterized by waterlogged vegetation.
  2. Fens are often found in areas with a high water table and poor drainage.
  3. Fens are home to a variety of plants and animals, including sedges, rushes, and orchids.
  4. Fens are important ecosystems that provide a number of benefits, including flood control, water filtration, and wildlife habitat.
  5. Fens are threatened by a number of human activities, including drainage, agriculture, and development.
  6. The Fen Causeway was a Roman road that connected the Roman city of Venta Icenorum with the town of Durobrivae.
  7. The Fen Tiger is a species of grasshopper that is found in the fens of eastern England.
  8. The Fen Raft Spiders are a group of spider species that live in the fens of eastern England.
  9. The Fens are a region of eastern England that is characterized by low-lying land and a high water table.
  10. The Fenland Black is a breed of cattle that is native to the Fens of eastern England.

FAQs About the word fen

100 fen equal 1 yuan in China, low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and waterLow land overflowed, or covered who

marsh, swamp, wetland, swampland, muskeg,bog, moor, mud, slew, mire

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The fen is a type of wetland characterized by waterlogged vegetation.

Fens are often found in areas with a high water table and poor drainage.

Fens are home to a variety of plants and animals, including sedges, rushes, and orchids.

Fens are important ecosystems that provide a number of benefits, including flood control, water filtration, and wildlife habitat.