swamper


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swamp·er

 (swŏm′pər, swôm′-)
n.
1. A person or animal that lives in or close to a swamp.
2. An assistant who performs tasks requiring little training, as:
a. One who clears brush for loggers.
b. A truck driver's assistant.

swamper

(ˈswɒmpə)
n
1. (Peoples) a person who lives or works in a swampy region, esp in the southern US
2. (Forestry) a person who clears a swamp of trees and undergrowth or who clears a path in a forest for transporting logs
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