godly, godlike; otherworldly, unearthly, supermundane, supramundane, extramundane; incomprehensible, impenetrable, beyond comprehension or understanding, unfathomable; unaccountable, inexplicable, unexplainable; freakish, curious, unusual, mysterious, awesome.
2. marvelous, wondrous, extraordinary, remarkable, phenomenal; surprising, unheard-of, unprecedented, unparalleled, unexampled; fabulous, fantastic, SI. far-out; amazing, astounding, astonishing; staggering, breathtaking, mind-boggling, SI. mind-blowing, SI. out of this world.
mirage, n. optical illusion, looming, hallucination, vision, phantasmagoria; phantasm, shadow, specter, apparition, phantom, will-o'-the-wisp, ignis fatuus.
mire, n. 1. marsh, swamp, swampland, fen, fen-land, marshland, quagmire, quag, bog, slough, morass, Brit. Dial, lair, mud, mud flat, Brit, holm, Brit. sough, Brit. Dial. sump.
-v. 2. soil, dirty, begrime, blacken, tarnish; sully, befoul, defile; smear, tar, grease; draggle, bemire, Archaic. daggle, spatter, muddy, blotch; smudge, smutch, smirch, bedaub.
3. sink, sink down, bog, bog down, stick in the mud; become entangled, become tangled up, become enmeshed, become involved.
mirror, n. 1. reflecting surface, reflector; looking glass, cheval glass.
2. reflection, twin, counterpart; imitation, reproduction, copy, replica, replication; representation, semblance, likeness.
3. exemplar, paragon, ideal, beau ideal, Latin, ne plus ultra; model, pattern, paradigm; archetype, prototype, original.
-v. 4. reflect, return, give back; echo, reecho, repeat.
5. imitate, emulate, do like, simulate, copy, follow suit, parallel, model after, copycat; ape, monkey, parrot; impersonate, mock, parody, take off, caricature.
6. reproduce, represent, show, exhibit, manifest, display; disclose, bring to view, put before one's eyes.
mirth, n. 1. gaiety, gayness, mirthfulness, merriment, hilarity, good or high spirits, glee, jocundity; joviality, jollity, levity, buoyancy, light-heartedness, blithesomeness; fun, enjoyment, cakes and ale, revelry, revel, conviviality, festivity, partying, playing, sport; noise, noisiness, vociferousness, boisterousness, laughter, rowdiness, SI. hell-raising, rabble-rousing.
2. cheer, cheerfulness, joyfulness, joyousness; joy, delight, pleasure, happiness, felicity; elation, exhilaration, exuberance, enthusiasm, vivacity, animation, liveliness, effervescence; exultation, jubilance, jubilan-cy, rejoicing, celebration, jollification.
mirthful, adj. 1. cheerful, cheery, full of cheer, merry, gay, sunny, in good or high spirits; blithe, blithesome, light-hearted, lightsome, buoyant, optimistic, positive, Inf. upbeat, beamish; debonair, free and easy, carefree, easygoing, breezy, airy, happy-go-lucky, untroubled; genial, convivial, amiable, good-natured, friendly; jovial, jocund, jolly, hilarious; riant, laughing, smiling, happy as a lark; happy, glad, blissful, beatific, pleased, delighted, Inf. tickled pink; joyful, joyous, jubilant, rejoicing, gleeful; exultant, in seventh heaven, elated, overjoyed, thrilled, exhilarated; animated, lively, Chiefly U.S. Inf. chipper, jaunty, vivacious, sprightly.
2. amusing, laughable, funny, comical, witty, humorous, jolly; hilarious, sidesplitting, ludicrous, ridiculous, farcical; facetious, droll, salty, waggish.