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Definition of Mirable

Mirable
Mirable Mi"ra*ble, a. [L. mirabilis, fr. mirari to wonder: cf. OF. mirable. See Marvel.] Wonderful; admirable. [Obs.] --Shak.

Meaning of Mirable from wikipedia

- A mire, peatland or quagmire is a wetland type, dominated by living peat-forming plants. Mires arise because of incomplete decomposition of organic matter...
- Miral is a 2010 biographical political film directed by Julian Schnabel about the coming of age of a Palestinian girl named Miral who grows up in the...
- Contracted from the term micro reciprocal degree, the mired is a unit of measurement used to express color temperature. It is given by the formula: M...
- encode the semantic category of mirativity are called miratives (abbreviated MIR). DeLancey (1997) first promoted the mirative as a cross-linguistic category...
- Richard Franklin Mirer (born March 19, 1970) is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League. After a successful collegiate...
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- The Protestant Reformation dragged the kingdom ever more deeply into the mire of religiously charged wars. The result was a country forced into ever expanding...
- House. September 30, 2011. Strom, Stephanie (July 15, 1999). "In ****an, Mired in Recession, Suicides Soar". The New York Times. Retrieved September 20...
- A mire is a kind of wetland. Mire or Miré may also refer to: Miré, a commune in France Mire Loch, a Scottish body of water Merxat or Mire, Chinese actor...
- Mirables ("fine prospect") is an English country house on the Isle of Wight in South East England. It was built by George Arnold of Ashby Lodge, Northamptonshire...
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