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Spell check of mire

Correct spelling: mire

bar, bobble, slackness, restrict, hurdle, screw up, bog down, mess up, morass, restraint, bog, impede, pigwash, mudflats, paralyze, marsh, impasse, blockade, dilemma, restriction, slack, battle, slush, obstruction, ooze, muck up, glop, moor, sticky wicket, dam, congest, resist, inferno, bungle, bung, deterrent, clog, fen, spot, holocaust, check, interruption, bind, blockage, handicap, encumbrance, fetter, deter, muskeg, corner, flub, impedance, ball up, congestion, snag, catch-22, complicate, brake, fumble, inhibit, louse up, stay, bafflement, grind to a halt, slough, clean, stress, entangle, slop, mat, Hades, tangle, disadvantage, constrain, bemire, trouble, constipate, bedlam, snarl, crisis, hamper, fenland, damper, swamp, bottleneck, foul up, block, wetland, abyss, choke, hamstring, swampland, stop, resistance, bollix, manure, slump, jackpot, inhibition, ordeal, bottoms, nightmare, quagmire, restrain, impediment, furnace, drawback, constraint, muddy, blow, barrier, marshland, swill, cripple, stoppage, frustrate, detain, oven, bollix up, horror, glade, entanglement, bodge, mud, burden, spoil, drag, get stuck, botch up, hinder, delay, slack water, interrupt, rattrap, mishandle, treacle, wash, bollocks up, limbo, mush, thwart, cramp, purgatory, dry, encumber, baffle, sludge, fluff, opposition, entrapment, pickle, crimp, falloff, flats, foul, slops, plug, quag, complication, drop-off, tragedy, obstruct, gehenna, botch, guck, rabbit hole, bumble, fix, entrap, muck, obstacle, catch, frustration, constipation, curb, falling off, jam, counter, box, Styx, pigswill, oppose, impair, hindrance.

Examples of usage:

1) He said he dreaded the mire of publicity for the sweetest creature on earth. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) To the Duchesse de Mire- court she made this communication, which it seems none of the court- followers had the courage or honesty to do before. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) The girl started when she saw him, and Nasmyth stood looking down on her, worn in face and heavy- eyed, with his workman's garb clinging, tight and mire- stained, about his limbs. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.