Noun(1) a puddle where animals go to wallow(2) an indolent or clumsy rolling about
Verb(1) devote oneself entirely to something; indulge in to an immoderate degree, usually with pleasure(2) roll around(3) rise up as if in waves(4) be ecstatic with joy(5) delight greatly in
(1) a wallow in nostalgia(2) Dog managed to get himself muddier than a hippo in its favourite wallow .(3) a buffalo wallow(4) ├ö├ç├┐Old Eph├ö├ç├û finally took a misstep in the night, and the jaws of the steel trap Clark had hidden in the bear's wallow bit into his right front paw.(5) Beyond the horse paddock, a troop of capybaras, pig-size aquatic rodents, emerged from the tree line and settled serenely into a wallow .(6) At the edge of the wallow , a young brown and white steer was standing knee deep in the muck, calling to his mother, and she was moaning back at him.(7) After watching Darrell Waltrip wallow miserably over the final years of his career, Wallace won't share that fate.(8) If you don't know the music and you enjoy a good post-Romantic wallow , you have lots to choose from.(9) A lot of people want to wallow like hippos at a waterhole when they go on holiday, and there's nothing wrong with that.(10) I would like to encourage you to take advantage of it, and to warn against impulses to hide, obscure, wallow , or control.(11) If I get thumbs down, I'll just wallow somewhere in a drink afterwards.(12) But for now, while Brenda is prepared to grin and bare it, I am going to make like the proverbial pig and wallow .(13) Don't miss out on this talk or you're likely to see your club wallow behind the success of others.(14) The animal-impulse of Miniature Golf rivalry can end in the victorious wallow of gratification or the blaze-of-glory, club-throwing tanty.(15) I was in a wallow of worry anyway, and I didn't want to talk.(16) Some of these seeds are blown in by prairie winds; others are carried there in the coats of the wallowing bison - perhaps picked up in another wallow .
(1) wallow in :: 中にふけます
2. roll ::
3. luxuriate ::
5. welter ::
6. billow ::
Different Formswallow, wallowed, wallowing, wallows
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