He went down alone into the "horrible pit, and miry clay;" but directly He plants His "foot on the rock" of resurrection.
No iron mixed with miry clay, Will ever do, the people say,Hurrah!
He no more sung tenor than a skunk-blackbird; but he made b'lieve he did, jest to git next to miry in the singers' seats.
miry was about the handsomest gal that went into the singers' seat a Sunday.
The way to his house was crooked and miry—even difficult in the present unpropitious season.
It is true of its kind, though the dredging of nature is the miry form of art.
As she knew that every cent was precious now, she turned back on foot along the miry street.
The cold set the miry roads like cement, in ruts and ridges.
It was raining heavily, and a wet west wind whistled along the miry streets.
The streets were narrow, dusty in summer and miry in winter.