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mare1 US English

The female of a horse or other equine animal

mare2 US English

A very unpleasant or frustrating experience

mare3 US English

A large, level basalt plain on the surface of the moon, appearing dark by contrast with highland areas

Mare US English

See de la Mare, Walter.

mare New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

level plain on the moon

shanks' mare US English

Used to refer to one’s own legs and the action of walking as a means of conveyance

mare clausum US English

The sea under the jurisdiction of a particular country

mare liberum US English

The sea open to all nations

de la Mare New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Walter (John) (1873–1956), English poet

mare clausum New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

sea under the jurisdiction of a particular country

mare liberum New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

part of the seas open to all nations

mare's nest US English

A complex and difficult situation; a muddle

mare's tail US English

A widely distributed water plant with whorls of narrow leaves around a tall stout stem

Weston-super-Mare US English

A resort in SW England, on the Bristol Channel; population 79,500 (est. 2009)

de la Mare, Walter US English

(1873–1956), English poet; full name Walter John de la Mare. He is known for his children’s poetry

mare's tails in mare's tail US English

Long straight streaks of cirrus cloud

Walter John de la Mare in de la Mare, Walter US English

(1873–1956), English poet; full name Walter John de la Mare. He is known for his children’s poetry