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Oxford dictionary definition of the word mire:
1a stretch of swampy or boggy ground:
acres of land had been reduced to a mire
[mass noun] soft mud or dirt:
the roads retained their winter mire
Ecology a wetland area or ecosystem based on peat.
2a complicated or unpleasant situation from which it is difficult to extricate oneself:
the service is sinking in the mire of its own regulations
cause to become stuck in mud:
sometimes a heavy truck gets mired down
cover or spatter with mud:
the horse waded through the red mud that mired it to its hocks
(mire someone/thing in) involve someone or something in (a difficult situation):
the economy is mired in its longest recession since the war
Middle English: from Old Norse mýrr, of Germanic origin; related to moss