mire definition

  • noun:
    • a place of damp, soggy, muddy floor; a bog.
    • Deep slimy soil or dirt.
    • A disadvantageous or tough problem or scenario: the mire of poverty.
    • Deep dirt; damp, spongy planet.
    • An undesirable situation, a predicament.
    • An ant.
    • An ant.
    • Deep dirt; wet, spongy planet.
    • Wet, slimy earth of some level as well as producing consistence; deep dirt.
    • Filth.
    • An ant. See pismire.
    • deep soft dirt in liquid or slush
    • a soft damp part of low-lying land that sinks underfoot
    • a difficulty or embarrassment which challenging extricate your self from
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to sink or become stuck in or just as if in mire.
    • To hinder, entrap, or entangle just as if in mire.
    • To land with mud or mire.
    • resulting in or permit to stick fast in mire; to plunge or fix in dirt.
    • To stick or entangle; to involve in troubles; -- frequently used in the passive or predicate form.
    • To land with mud or foul matter.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To sink or come to be trapped in mire.
    • to stay in mire.
  • verb:
    • To weigh down.
    • reason to become caught in dirt.
    • entrap
    • be unable to move more
    • cause getting trapped like in a mire
    • earth with mud, muck, or mire
  • others:
    • To plunge and fix in mire; set or stall in mud; sink in mud or in a morass.
    • To earth or daub with slimy mud or foul matter.
    • To sink in mud; especially, to sink therefore deep concerning struggle to progress; stick in the mud.
    • To question; admire.

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