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mired

[ mahyuhrd ]
/ maɪərd /
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adjective
trapped in mud, muck, or slime:The concern now was how to free their mired fire engine and water tanker.
entangled or stuck:Bond yields have been climbing, but they still remain mired at historically low levels.
soiled with mud, muck, or slime:He looked down at his mired kaftan, speckled with dirt, and tried to brush it clean.
involved or entrapped in trouble or difficulty:Only some of our colleagues have offended, it is true; but all of us are mired.
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Origin of mired

OTHER WORDS FROM mired

un·mired, adjective
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