Peat


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Peat peetPart of speech: nounOrigin: Middle English, 14th century
1A brown deposit resembling soil, formed by the partial decomposition of vegetable matter in the wet acidic conditions of bogs and fens, and often cut out and dried for use as fuel and in gardening.
 
Examples of Peat in a sentence “Marie wanted to learn how to harvest peat for research purposes.” “Jonas added a couple of pieces of peat to the campfire to keep it going.”