adjective, mir·i·er, mir·i·est.
Origin of miry
Examples from the Web for miry
Historical Examples of miry
It had taken to the grass, and was heading straight for the miry slough.The Law-Breakers
Before they can reach the wicket-gate, they fall into a 'miry slough.'Bunyan
James Anthony Froude
No iron mixed with miry clay, Will ever do, the people say,Hurrah!The Liberty Minstrel
George W. Clark
Miry was about the handsomest gal that went into the singers' seat a Sunday.
No: he said Miry was his daughter, and 'twas her bisness to take care on him.