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  • verb 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.

    Todd Gitlin: Sunday Watch: In Which McCain Is Not Greeted as a Liberator

  • "Beware how much deeper you enmire yourself in the morass of your evil.

    Once Aboard the Lugger

  • 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. "

    Bacon's Rebellion, 1676


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