mire


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Synonyms for mire

Synonyms for mire

a usually low-lying area of soft waterlogged ground and standing water

a viscous, usually offensively dirty substance

to soil with mud

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a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot

deep soft mud in water or slush

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a difficulty or embarrassment that is hard to extricate yourself from

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entrap

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cause to get stuck as if in a mire

be unable to move further

soil with mud, muck, or mire

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MirE was the inventor of a revolutionary new language, ignited by his imagination.
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The Selisoo mire is located in northeastern Estonia, where topography is rather flat, gently sloping towards the Lake Peipsi depression in the south and the Narva River valley in the east (Fig.
For compiling an updated list of Estonian mire bryophytes we checked the former list, published sources listed in Nurkse (2011), herbarium specimens from TU, TAA, and TAM, the database of Estonian biodiversity with 8742 records (eElurikkus), and data sheets for more than 8676 mires deposited in the Estonian Fund of Nature.
No one person or organisation got a credit, and it was clearly stated that 'Media Information --Australia in no way represents the view of MIRE or the bodies MIRE represents; it is an attempt to make resource data available'.
My patients turn to me and my pharmacies to provide them with the DME supplies that they desperately need when they have nowhere else to turn and their mail-order supplier has failed them," Mire testified.
Mire does a masterful job of avoiding many of the pitfalls that afflicted several previously published memoirs by victims of genital cutting.
Local media said Mire andrsquo;s trial took place on Saturday and lasted only minutes behind closed doors.
The judge said Mire had been caught selling drugs by an undercover police officer as part of the constabulary's anti-drugs clampdown - Operation Mountain - in 2003.
I fancy I must be squirmily turning back the clock on my own lame evolution, returning to my slime of its slime, layer after layer, mire unto slow-paced mire.
Geographic trends in mire types indicate that climate influences the development and differentiation of peatlands.
Somali filmmaker Mire, who was herself a victim of this practice, sees the mutilation of girls as child abuse, and as an ideological mechanism designed to perpetuate women's sexual, cultural, and economic inferiority.
Salvo, Sarajevo the grinning gaunt of war the yawning skulls of soldiers -- so-called soldiers, cruel -- Salvo, salvo, Sarajevo their feet, their boots, in mire enmeshed in putrid pus and mire of their own making soldiers, so-called.
Kurt Mire is a senior reservoir and production engineer with more than 26 years of experience in Exploration & Production.
The Business Secretary Greg Clark has appointed Michael Mire as the new chairman of Land Registry.