mire

(mēr) a figure on the arm of an ophthalmometer, the image of which is reflected on the cornea; used to measure corneal astigmatism.
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mire

[n] - a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot 2. [v] - cause to get stuck as if in a mire 3. [v] - soil with mud, muck, or mire
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Mire

• (n.) Deep mud; wet, spongy earth. • (v. t.) To soil with mud or foul matter. • (v. i.) To stick in mire. • (n.) An ant. • (v. t.) To cause or permit to stick fast in mire; to plunge or fix in mud; as, to mire a horse or wagon.
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mire

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

Mire (mīr) noun [ Anglo-Saxon mīre , mȳre ; akin to Dutch mier , Icelandic maurr , Danish myre , Swedish myra ; confer also Ir. moirbh , Greek my`rmhx .] An ant. [ Obsolete] See Pismire .
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Mire

Mire intransitive verb To stick in mire. Shak.
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Mire

Mire noun [ Middle English mire , myre ; akin to Icelandic mȳrr swamp, Swedish myra marshy ground, and perhaps to English moss .] Deep mud; wet, spongy earth. Chaucer. « He his rider from the lofty steed Would have cast down and trod in dirty ...
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Mire

Mire transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mired ; present participle & verbal noun Miring .] 1. To cause or permit to stick fast in mire; to plunge or fix in mud; as, to mire a horse or wagon. 2. To soil ...
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mire

Latin, meaning: wonderfully, mervellously, uncommonly.
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mire

Synonymous with any peat-accumulating wetland. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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mire

Type: Term Pronunciation: mēr Definitions: 1. One of the test objects in the ophthalmometer; its image (also called a mire), mirrored on the corneal surface, is measured to determine the radii of curvature of the cornea.
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mire

wonderfully, marvellously, uncommonly.
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