verb (used with object), mired, mir·ing.
verb (used without object), mired, mir·ing.
Origin of mire
OTHER WORDS FROM mireun·mired, adjective
Words nearby mire
Example sentences from the Web for miring
It didn't seem at all necessary to harrow her with the story of Ingerson's miring in the drink demoniac's morass.Pirates' Hope|Francis Lynde
We found many wet places but no signs of swamps, nor danger of miring.William Clayton's Journal|William Clayton
For, beyond watching the river to keep the cattle from miring in the mud lately released from frost grip, there was nothing to do.Rowdy of the Cross L|B.M. Sinclair, AKA B.M. Bower
Canello was so afraid of miring in the soft ground that it was hard to get him across some places that seemed quite innocent.A-Birding on a Bronco|Florence A. Merriam