wallow


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Synonyms for wallow

roll about

Synonyms for wallow

to take extravagant pleasure

to move about in an indolent or clumsy manner

Synonyms for wallow

a puddle where animals go to wallow

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an indolent or clumsy rolling about

devote oneself entirely to something

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roll around, "pigs were wallowing in the mud"

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rise up as if in waves

be ecstatic with joy

delight greatly in

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Wallows and waterholes are two other great places for treestand sets.
But I dislike WHW's adjective 'tepid' and his suggestion that the audience would find it a leisurely, amiable wallow in nostalgia, and I am sorry he was bored.
Forest Service, Arizona Game and Fish Department, and White Mountain Apache Tribe, began monitoring priority Apache trout populations, specifically the natural population in Soldier Springs Creek, the reestablished populations in Fish Creek; the South Fork, West Fork, and East Fork of the Little Colorado River; and the proposed recovery streams of Bear Wallow Creek and Conklin Creek--all located either completely or partially within the burn area.
The Wallow fire destroyed 32 residents, 36 outbuildings and four commercial buildings.
Officials noted that the more damaging Wallow fire has already burned over 511,000 acres, (207,000 hectares) of the state s forests and wilderness, and was still only 51 percent contained.
Abu Dhabi: After more than half a century in Hollywood, Jane Fonda refuses to wallow in typical celebrity fluff.
The camera wanders like an inquisitive child everyone's too preoccupied to notice, moving smoothly and constantly, sometimes panning up and back for a panoramic shot, and frequently digressing in the direction of a pigpen by the side of the road whose inmates wallow obliviously in the mud.
They lie on a slatted floor, wallow in urine, eat less, and grow less as well.
In its opening moments Black Tuesday, an insidious suite arranged to songs from the Great Depression, suggests we're in for a wallow in nostalgic kitsch.
Some countries wallow in high-calorie diets, at the risk of their health, while others flounder, their people wondering when, of if, the next meal might arrive.
Check "em if you get a chance or wallow in pitiable misery, you jerk.
Do you reckon we should leave them what pride they've got left or wallow in our triumph?
Rusting vessels from the US "ghost fleet" heading to the North-East to be scrapped could be left to flounder and wallow in heavy seas off the North-East coast, it was claimed yesterday.
Up to 50 visitors can wallow in the warm salt-water pool and experience concerts through underwater speakers and a quartet of sound columns.