Wallow definitions

wŏl'ō
To wallow is defined as to roll in or indulge.

An example of to wallow is for a pig to roll about in the mud.

An example of to wallow is to continuously feel bad for one's self and to have self-pity.

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The definition of a wallow is an act of or spot for rolling about or indulging.

An example of a wallow for a pig is a pit of mud.

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To roll the body about or lie relaxed in water or mud.
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To indulge oneself to a great degree in something.

Wallow in self-righteousness.

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To be plentifully supplied.

Wallowing in money.

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To move with difficulty in a clumsy or rolling manner; flounder.
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The act or an instance of wallowing.
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A pool of water or mud where animals go to wallow.
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The depression, pool, or pit produced by wallowing animals.
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To roll about or lie relaxed, as in mud, dust, or water.
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To move heavily and clumsily; roll and pitch, as a ship.
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To live or indulge oneself to an immoderate degree (in a specified thing, condition, etc.)

To wallow in self-pity.

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To surge or billow.
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The act or an instance of wallowing.
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A muddy or dusty place in which animals wallow.
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A pit or depression produced by animals' wallowing.
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(intransitive) To roll oneself about, as in mire; to tumble and roll about; to move lazily or heavily in any medium; to flounder; as, swine wallow in the mire.

Pigs wallow in the mud.

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(intransitive) To immerse oneself in, to occupy oneself with, metaphorically.

She wallowed in her misery.

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(intransitive) To roll; especially, to roll in anything defiling or unclean, as a hog might do to dust its body to relieve the distress of insect biting or cool its body with mud.
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(intransitive) To live in filth or gross vice; to behave in a beastly and unworthy manner.
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(intransitive, UK, Scotland, dialect) To wither; to fade.
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An instance of wallowing.
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A pool of water or mud in which animals wallow.
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A kind of rolling walk.
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(now dialectal) Tasteless, flat.
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Origin of wallow

(From inflected forms of) Old English wealÄ¡, from Proto-Germanic *walwo-. Cognate with dialectal Norwegian valg (“tasteless"). Compare waugh.