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Verb
Present participle for to roll oneself about in something dirty, for example in mud
“A lot of people want to wallow like hippos at a waterhole when they go on holiday, and there's nothing wrong with that.”
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Present participle for to take great pleasure or satisfaction in something
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“I forget my sadness and simply wallow in the warmth and joy of being near this extraordinary young woman.”
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Present participle for to be deeply immersed or involved in something
“She really could have just emailed him with the big news and left him to wallow in his work.”
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Present participle for to roll from side to side, especially of a vessel
“Under the black shadow of Fort Meagher that had sheltered him so well, he let the boat wallow while he hoisted the main sail.”
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Present participle for to wallow or roll around in something
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Present participle for to walk doggedly (and slowly) with heavy steps
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Present participle for to treat oneself by spending extravagantly
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Present participle for to fail, especially in spectacular fashion
Adjective
Prone to wallowing in defeatist and melancholic emotions
Noun
A swaying or oscillation of a vessel (such as a ship, aircraft, or vehicle)
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