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- v. To immerse in mire; to bog down.
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The problem is that the people voting for him effectively are NOT sane, given that they've chosen to enmire themselves in bigotry, ignorance, spoon-fed opinions, and the hate and bitterness that gets them through the day by imagining all those other people falling for real change.
"Beware how much deeper you enmire yourself in the morass of your evil.
Virginia that dared venture his neck, the commons of Virginia would enmire themselves as deep in rebellion as ever they did in Bacon's time. "
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